The GeoNet reported on Facebook that ejected material from the November 21 eruption of Tongariro has been analysed and that 1% of the ejected material was fresh magma. The GeoNet currently keeps the Alert Level at 1 "signs of volcano unrest" Future eruptions could occur with little or no warning.
The SVERT reported on 26 November, that on 20, 22 and 25 November, thermal anomalies were detected at Chirpoi volcano in the Kurile Islands. The SVERT also stated: "It is possible that the lava flow emission occurs along the south-eastern slope of the volcano".
The Darwin VAAC reported a possible ash plume from Lokon volcano in Indonesia on 26 October. The eruption was reported to have occured at around 03:00 in the morning (local time?). No ash was detected in satellite imagery.
A Magnitude 4.2 earthquake was detected at Loihi volcano in Hawaii.
Based on information from the RVO (Rabual Volcano Observatory), the Darwin VAAC reported that on 26 November, Manam volcano (Papua New Guinea) produced pyroclastic flows. The MTSAT reported a thick plume from Manam on 26 October.
The Darwin VAAC reported that an ash plume from Paluweh, Indonesia drifted 60 KM WNW on 26 November.
On 25 November, the INSIVUMEH reported that a white plume from the crater of Fuego, Guatemala drifted W. A lava flow continued to effuse from Fuego's crater, blocks that detached from the main lava flow front created avalanches. Two small explosions produced ash plumes that rose to a height of 3 KM and drifted 7 KM west.
|Kilauea Lava flows enter the ocean on November 24, 2012.|