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Vulcanian activity was continuous, though no discrete explosions were detected. Steam plumes from the SE Coastal Vent rose m above the island, and a lava dome which strongly and continuously glowed at night slowly extruded from the vent.

Strong sulfur dioxide emissions were detected. The Alert Level was raised to 3 on a scale of Skiers at the popular ski resort Kusatsu Kokusai took video showing a plume of tephra and ejected bombs rising from a vent on the Motoshiranesan edifice, about 2 km SSE of Yagama Crater on Shiranesan where all previous historical activity has been. The eruption also caused what appeared to be an avalanche. Photos and video posted in news articles showed tephra drifting E and blanketing the nearby hillside; JMA noted ashfall in Nakanojo-machi, in the Gunma Prefecture.

Tephra hit a gondola, shattering glass and injuring four skiers.

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Material crashed through the roof of a lodge, where about people had already been evacuated. Ground Self-Defense Force troops were engaging in ski training at the time of the event; one member died and seven others were injured. Emergency responders gathered at the Sanroku Station to assist. On 24 January JMA noted that volcanic earthquakes were numerous but decreasing in number, and two minute-long periods of volcanic tremor were detected at and These events generated ash plumes that drifted SW.

During January effusion of lava at the summit and collapse events continued. Two pyroclastic flows traveled around 3 km down the Miisi drainage. Rockfall events were generated by the collapsing lava front and margins of the advancing 3-km-long lava flow in the Miisi drainage, and from the summit into the Matanag, Buyuan, and Bonga SE drainages.

Ash plumes continued to drift SW. During January there were 14 rockfall events and 10 pyroclastic flows recorded by the seismic network. During January there were 64 rockfall events and one pyroclastic flow recorded. Strombolian activity generated lava fountains and m high at on 21 January and at on 22 January, respectively. Ash plumes rose 1.

Lava flowed more voluminously, adding to the advancing Miisi lava flow over 3 km long and feeding two new lava flows on the Bonga and upper Buyuan drainages. At on 22 January an eight-minute-long phreatomagmatic event generated a dense, 5-km-high ash plume that drifted W.

The event also generated pyroclastic flows that traveled as far as 4 km down multiple drainages including Miisi, Bonga, Buyuan, Basud, San Andres, Buang, Anoling. A minor event at produced a m-high ash plume. Between on 22 January and on 23 January there were five episodes of intense and sporadic lava fountaining, each lasting minutes. The lava fountains rose m high, and generated ash plumes that rose 2. The events fed lava flows on the Miisi and Bonga drainages, sprayed near-vent lava spatter, and fed incandescent rockfalls around the summit area.

The Buyuan lava flow was m long. According to news articles posted on 23 January about 40, people have been evacuated, and airports in the cities of Legazpi City 13 km SSE and Naga 66 km NW , and on the nearby island of Masbate km S were closed.

Gas plumes from the explosions rose less than 1 km above the crater rim, and sporadic incandescence associated with some explosions was recorded at night. The total volume of the lava dome was an estimated 37, m3.

The Alert Level remained at Yellow, the middle level on a three-color scale, and the public was reminded not to approach the craters within a 4-km radius. The report noted that prior to each emission seismicity decreased and then suddenly increased.

An event at on 17 January generated a plume that rose 1. An event was recorded at on 18 January, though fog prevented confirmation of a plume. At on 19 January a Strombolian event produced an ash plume that rose as high as 2. Incandescence emanated from the crater for about two hours after the event. White-to-gray plumes rose m during January.

The Alert Level remained at 4 on a scale of and the exclusion zone continued at a 6-km radius. Plumes rose as high as 2.

The Alert Level remained at 3 on a 5-level scale. Elevated surface temperatures were identified in satellite images during January. No activity was detected by seismic or infrasound sensors during January.

Minor ashfall was reported in Severo-Kurilsk during and 18 January. The Aviation Color Code remained at Orange the second highest level on a four-color scale. In addition, no significant activity was observed in satellite data during this time period and no steam plumes were noted.

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The Aviation Color Code remained at Yellow the second lowest level on a four-color scale. Surface lava flows were active above and on the pali, and on the coastal plain.

Debris fell as far as the Halema? Gas-and-steam plumes containing some ash drifted about km W and E during 12 and January. The Aviation Color Code remained at Orange.

Strombolian explosions continued during January, and a m-long lava flow was advancing down the SW flank.

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Seismicity was dominated by long-period events, with signals indicating emissions. Gas-and-ash plumes rose 3. The sulfur dioxide flux was high, at 3, tons per day on 19 January. The report noted that the public should not to approach the crater within a km radius.

Avalanches of incandescent material traveled as far as 1.