Forty-five volcanoes with ongoing eruptions

I wonder how many underwater volcanoes are erupting at the same time?

Ongoing activity as of 17 April 2020, sorted with the most recently started eruption at the top. (From the Global Volcanism Program at the Smithsonian Institute.)

Rincon de la Vieja, Costa Rica

Kuchinoerabujima, Japan

Nishinoshima, Japan

Kikai, Japan

Klyuchevskoy, Russia

Nevado del Ruiz, Colombia

Shishaldin, United States

Asosan, Japan

Sangay, Ecuador

Tinakula, Solomon Islands

Karangetang, Indonesia

Barren Island, India

Krakatau, Indonesia

Merapi, Indonesia

Kerinci, Indonesia

Nyamuragira, DR Congo

Kadovar, Papua New Guinea

Sangeang Api, Indonesia

Ol Doinyo Lengai, Tanzania

Aira, Japan

Sabancaya, Peru

Ebeko, Russia

Nevados de Chillan, Chile

Masaya, Nicaragua

Pacaya, Guatemala

Villarrica, Chile

Saunders, United Kingdom

Manam, Papua New Guinea

Semeru, Indonesia

Etna, Italy

Bezymianny, Russia

Reventador, Ecuador

Ibu, Indonesia

Popocatepetl, Mexico

Suwanosejima, Japan

Nyiragongo, DR Congo

Fuego, Guatemala

Bagana, Papua New Guinea

Sheveluch, Russia

Erebus, Antarctica

Stromboli, Italy

Dukono, Indonesia

Santa Maria, Guatemala

Yasur, Vanuatu

An eruption marked as “continuing” does not always mean that the activity is continuous or happening today, but that there have been at least some intermittent eruptive events at that volcano without a break of at least 3 months since it started.

https://volcano.si.edu/gvp_currenteruptions.cfm

Thanks to Benjamin Napier for this link

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May 21, 2020 at 08:42AM

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