Taal Volcano Eruption
The Philippine Seismic Network has recorded over 500 volcanic earthquakes in the Taal region since January 12th. Such intense seismic activity likely signifies continuous magma intrusion and may lead to further eruptive activity. Sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions measured an average of 4186 tonnes/day on January 15th.
A 14 kilometre radius from the Taal main crater has been identified as a high risk zone, where evacuation has been enforced. This area includes the Pansipit River Valley where fissuring has been observed.
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Click to monitor the changing conditions with real-time insights from EigenPrism: Taal Volcano Eruption. (Link requires EigenPrism subscription)
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Use event forecasts to create ad hoc analyses, then export and share the insights. Quickly build impact reports using templates, to summarize the potential impact on your assets.
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