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Russia's northernmost active volcano is churning out ash to a height of up to 9,000 meters (29,500 feet) in the country's Far East, local scientists reported on Monday.
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Moderate seismic activity of the volcano continues. According to seismic data, ash plumes rose up to 10.0 km ASL on June 15. According to visual data, moderate gas-steam activity of the volcano was observing on June 10 and 12; clouds obscured the volcano on the other days of week. According to satellite data, a gas-steam plume containing small amount of ash extended about 26 km to the north-west from the volcano on June 10. A thermal anomaly was registered over the lava dome on June 10 and 12-13; clouds obscured the volcano on the other days.
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A volcano in northern Russia has erupted, and is churning out ash to a height of 10,000 metres, scientists said on Friday. The 3,283-metre Shiveluch volcano increased activity in May 2009 and has been periodically spewing ash from three to eight kilometres.
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Ash cloud forces Russian authorities to reroute international flights

Ash clouds coming from an active volcano in Russia's far east has forced authorities there to reroute a number of international flights, officials said on Tuesday. No flights have so far been cancelled.
Although the 3,283-metre Shiveluch volcano is not fully erupting, the active volcano in Kamchatka Krai has been active since May 2009 and periodically spews ash up to eight kilometres high.

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The Shiveluch volcano in the north of Kamchatka has spewed ash to an altitude of 5.5 kilometres.
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Mt. Shiveluch on Russia's Far Eastern Kamchatka peninsula is spewing volcanic ash up to 10 kilometers into the sky and stretching for more than 160 kilometers eastwards.
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Three volcanoes revolt at once in Kamchatka

In Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Shiveluch, Klyuchevskoy and Karymsky volcanoes have begun to "spit" ash several kilometers up into the sky.
The branch of Geophysical Service of RAS Kamchatka has reported that several gas-and-ash emissions occurred at Shiveluch, the highest reached 5 km above sea level. A thermal anomaly was observed in the growing dome of the volcano, and more than 300 seismic events were recorded in its structure. The ash plume from Shiveluch has risen 1 km 500 meters due to gas-vapour activity.

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The Shiveluch volcano on the Russian Kamchatka Peninsula has erupted, producing an ash plume of 6.5 kilometres. Nearby towns are outside the so-called danger zone.
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Shiveluch volcano has erupted in the eastern region of Russia and has spewed out volcanic ash to a height of 4,000 metres. Experts say that air traffic disruption is possible.
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A belching of ash to the altitude of seven kilometres above sea level has been registered over the crater of the Shiveluch, Kamchatka's northernmost active volcano, experts at the regional affiliation of the Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences said.
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