Etna (37.734°N, 15.004°E, 3330 m)


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13 January 2015

This morning (07:55Z) VAAC Toulouse set the aviation code to red and reported ash emissions from Etna below FL120. Visible WebCam images from INGV - from Nicolosi showed an ash plume around 08:21, which was no longer visble two hours later.


FLEXPART forecast for volcanic ash

Emissions with emission with max height 4000 m a.g.l. Only traces of ash can be seen in the model simulation showing the maximum amount of ash in the total column.


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