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Turrialba Volcano: Weather has helped prevent spread of ash

The eruption last Friday of Costa Rica's Turrialba Volcano spewed large amounts of ash that ended up along the volcano’s outskirts due to heavy showers and mild winds that day, experts from the University of Costa Rica's National Seismological Network (RSN) reported Tuesday.

Telica Volcano erupts in Nicaragua

MANAGUA, Nicaragua – The Telica Volcano in northwestern Nicaragua erupted Wednesday, sending up dense columns of ash that settled over six surrounding villages, civil defense officials in the area said.

Climbers’ bodies found on Ecuador volcano after 20 years

Three bodies found on Ecuador's Chimborazo Volcano are believed to be those of climbers who went missing some 20 years ago in an avalanche, officials said Sunday.

Volcanic ash rains on central Ecuador, blanketing farms

The government, which declared a 60-day state of emergency, has sent livestock feed to the area and is preparing an evacuation plan in case the situation worsens.

Turrialba Volcano maintains low activity following weekend explosion

Experts from the Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Costa Rica say activity has decreased at Turrialba since its peak from October to May, however gas and ash explosions similar to that recorded Saturday could still occur.

Man throws religious icons into Costa Rica’s Poás Volcano

Most people visit Costa Rica's volcanoes to admire their beauty, but one man apparently had a different idea.

Guatemala issues danger warning as Fuego Volcano activity intensifies

Guatemala's Fuego Volcano, 50 kilometers (30 miles) southeast of Guatemala City, was belching "fiery clouds" over the course of the day, said David de León, a spokesman for the government's disaster response office.

Hear Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano rumble

The Volcanological and Seismological Observatory took a selection from a seismograph registered inside Turrialba Volcano's central crater and converted it into a sound file. The effect allows you to “hear” the volcano’s sub-audible rumbling.

Costa Rica’s Cerro Chato: Go climb a volcano

Cerro Chato is a dormant volcano just southeast of Volcán Arenal that has been inactive for an estimated 3,500 years, with a green crater lake at the 1,140-meter summit. It’s well worth climbing, even if you’re not the kind of person who ordinarily climbs volcanoes.

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