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Tongariro Eruption 21/11/12 - Aviation Alert Red

Volcanic Alert Bulletin TON-2012/26 - Tongariro Volcano

A view of Tongariro
this afternoon at 1:30 pm, shortly after the
eruption.
A view of Tongariro this afternoon at 1:30 pm, shortly after the eruption. [latest available here]


21 November 2012, 1:45 pm - Eruption at Tongariro/Te Maari Craters; Volcanic Alert Level is raised to Level 2; Aviation Colour Code is changed to Red

An eruption occurred at Te Maari Craters, Tongariro at approximately 1:25 pm today (Wednesday, 21 November 2012). GNS Science volcanologists are monitoring the eruption and further information will be released as soon as it is available.

Michael Rosenberg
Duty Volcanologist


Further information

Volcanic Ashfall


ENDS



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Tongariro volcano drum showing the eruption at bottom right.

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