Phivolcs Reports 2 Volcanic Earthquakes On Mayon Volcano, Kanlaon Volcano in the Last 24 Hours
PHIVOLCS – Government institution Phivolcs reported 2 volcanic Earthquakes by Mayon Volcano and Kanlaon Volcano in the last 24 hours.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) is an establishment who monitors every activity of the countries’ volcanoes, tsunamis, and earthquakes.
Phivolcs provide immediate information to the Filipinos for them to be aware and ready for whatever natural calamities that may happen such as a volcanic eruption.
Given that the Philippines labeled as the Pacific Ring of Fire, the country is an ideal setting for volcanoes to form.
Settling near an active volcano is forbidden due to the dangers it may bring. If the location experiences volcanic earthquakes, it means the rocks beneath the volcano were breaking or moving because the magma is inserting on the rocks.
Phivolcs recently announced that there were volcanic earthquakes by Mayon Volcano in Albay and Kanlaon Volcano in Negros.
The Twitter account behind @IMReadyPH shared the information through photos of the announcement from Phivolcs.
Mount Mayon is located in the province of Albay in Bicol Region. On the last 24 hours, the Phivolcs recorded 2 earthquakes by the volcanoes.
They are on a moderate level but they prohibited to people to enter 6-kilometer-radius of the volcano. It is posted they are on Alert Level 2.
Settlers near the volcano were advised to be cautious on a possible rock and ash fall. Aircraft must also avoid getting near the volcanoes.
The Kanlaon Volcano in Negros only had one volcanic earthquake. People were not allowed to enter 4-kilometer-radius from the volcano.
Phivocs reported that there is a possibility of a magmatic eruption. Pilots were also prohibited to fly near the volcano.
Phivolcs announcement and warnings on the post must be observed because it will help us prepare for the natural disasters and avoid further effects.
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