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Things Area Heating Up at Poás Volcano The usual suspects in the Central Valley are still acting up. Lava lakes have been detected in Turrialba and Poás volcanoes, according to field reports from the National Seismological Network (RSN). The National Emergency Commission (CNE) had experts on the ground yesterday at

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Poás has erupted again. Just before nine this morning, the volcano shot a plume of steam and gas 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) skyward. According to the Costa Rica Volcanological and Seismological Observatory (OVSICORI), “during the last 24 hours a constant, low-range tremor with small VT and LP type earthquakes. SO2

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Poás Volcano, located on the western edge of the Central Valley, erupted in a plume of steam last night, with emanations continuing throughout the morning. According to Eliécer Duarte, a volcanologist at the National Volcanological and Seismological Observatory (OVSICORI) the volcano’s activity “has been quite accelerated in terms of the

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Looming over the east side of San José, Volcán Irazú pokes its head neatly through the clouds. Since Poás Volcano’s rough awakening earlier this month, and the continual flow of ash and gas spewing from the peak of Turrialba, Irazú claims the title of the only remaining active volcano that

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Poás Volcano continues its heightened activity, according to a statement from the National Emergency Commission (in Spanish, CNE). “Activity continued through last night into the morning with at least 13 registered eruptions,” the statement on the CNE’s Facebook page reads. “These [eruptions] have been smaller than the one that happened

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Poás Volcano, located 30 kilometers from downtown Alajuela, has shown a dramatic increase in activity over the past several days. The massif erupted this morning shortly before 8:00 am, sending a plume of ash and gasses over three kilometers skyward. Parque Nacional Volcán Poás, the second-most visited national park, is

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