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  1. Bezymianny is a stratovolcano with a destroyed summit.
  2. Bezymianny is a stratovolcano on the Kamchatka peninsula of Russia.
  3. Bezymianny is an active stratovolcano in Kamchatka, Russia. (Web site)
  4. Bezymianny is a frequently active, explosive volcano whose last significant eruption was in October 1995 (Bulletin v.
  5. Bezymianny was at Concern Color Code Yellow, which meant an explosive eruption was possible in the following 4 weeks.


  1. Bezymianny is located on a fault which runs in a northeast to southwest direction. (Web site)
  2. The building of Bezymianny took place in several stages.
  3. Prior to this month's eruption, Bezymianny last erupted in September, 1994.
  4. On average, Bezymianny has two eruptive cycles per year. (Web site)
  5. Bezymianny, an andesitic to dacitic composite volcano, lies on the southern end of the Kliuchevskoi volcanic group. (Web site)


  1. Most of these lavas on the lower slopes of Bezymianny are covered by loose pyroclastic deposits.
  2. Belousov AB (1996) Pyroclastic deposits of March 30, 1956 directed blast at Bezymianny volcano. (Web site)
  3. Belousov A., Voight B., Belousova M. (2006) The 1956 eruption of Bezymianny and similar events worldwide: eruptive sequences, deposits and mechanisms.

Bezymianny Volcano

  1. Some of the domes pre-date pre- Bezymianny volcano, which is believed to have originated 10-11 ka BP (Braitseva et al., 1991). (Web site)
  2. Bezymianny volcano erupted at 08:40 local time on Saturday 19th June. (Web site)
  3. Gorshkov GS, Bogoyavlenskaya GE (1965) Bezymianny volcano and peculiarities of its last eruption (1955-1963). (Web site)

Ash Plumes

  1. Klyuchevskaya (also called Kliuchevskoi), just north of Bezymianny, has also been emitting a faint ash plume.
  2. Bezymianny, on the Russian Peninsula, sustained a large explosion, sending gas and ash plumes 5 miles into the air on February 24, 1999 per Volcano World. (Web site)
  3. Prior to the 14 January eruption, a weak thermal anomaly has been registered at Bezymianny since an eruption on 26 July 2003.


  1. Bezymianny had been considered extinct before its dramatic eruption in 1955-56.
  2. When KVERT resumed operations on July 14, 1997, their weekly information releases included the status of Bezymianny for the remainder of the year. (Web site)
  3. The activity of Bezymianny and Sheveluch volcanoes has been examined in detail during the past two years. (Web site)
  4. High seismic activity at Kliuchevskoi makes it difficult to distinguish Bezymianny's seismic events.
  5. No seismicity was recorded during 27-28 July and no visual information was available because Bezymianny was obscured by clouds.

Lava Dome

  1. Bezymianny, the circular crater above and to the right of Kliuchevskoi, contains a slowly growing lava dome. (Web site)
  2. Visual observations at Bezymianny revealed that gas-and-steam plumes rose to ~100 m above the lava dome.
  3. Carter A., Ramsey M., and Belousov A. (2007) Detection of a new summit crater on Bezymianny volcano lava dome: satellite and field-based thermal data.


  1. It shows Kliuchevskoi and Tolbachik, two other active volcanoes near Bezymianny.
  2. Strong seismicity at nearby Klyuchevskoy makes it difficult to characterize seismicity at Bezymianny. (Web site)
  3. The Tolbachik volcano is located at the south of the massif of big volcanoes in central Kamchatka, to which also Klyuchevskoy and Bezymianny belong to. (Web site)


  1. G.S.Gorshkov (1963) identified this type of eruption as directed blast or Bezymianny -type eruption. (Web site)
  2. Directed blasts are very powerful, laterally directed explosions such as that at Mount St. Helens in 1980 and at Bezymianny, Kamchatka, in 1956.
  3. Bezymianny per se started to form about 4700 14 C years BP after a long repose period (Braitseva et al., 1991). (Web site)

Satellite Images

  1. Latest MODIS satellite image of the Bezymianny eruption.
  2. On December 2, AVO remote sensing specialists identified on satellite images a 2-pixel thermal anomaly at Bezymianny. (Web site)


  1. The active Russian volcano Bezymianny in Kamchatka shows an ongoing flow from a vent on the side of the volcano on Dec. (Web site)
  2. Bezymianny ( Russian: --------------------) is an active stratovolcano in Kamchatka, Russia.

Dome Collapse

  1. Following the climatic eruption, activity at Bezymianny has been limited to growth of the Novy intracrater dome.
  2. Photograph of a deposits from a recent dome collapse at Bezymianny taken by Jack Lockwood, U.S. Geological Survey.
  3. Sheveluch, a dacitic composite volcano similar in morphology to Bezymianny, also undergoes periods of repeated dome growth. (Web site)
  4. A viscous lava flow is effusing from the summit dome at Bezymianny. (Web site)
  5. AVO scientists first detected thermal anomalies at Bezymianny on satellite images several days prior to dome collapse. (Web site)

Southeast Slope

  1. Bezymianny is located on the southeast slope of the extinct volcano Kamen.
  2. Bezymianny (-Nameless-) volcano is located on the southeast slope of the extinct Kamen volcano (Fig.1). (Web site)


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  2. Places > Earth > Peninsulas > Kamchatka
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