St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Join the EAC Community to Pray for St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Earlier this week, Dr. Reynold Murray, President of the Association of Evangelical Churches in St. Vincent and the Grenadines (AECSVG), reported on the impact of the eruption of the La Soufrière volcano on April 9, 2021. Dr. Murray and the AECSVG are partnering with local congregations and EAC members to assist the 1600 displaced and …

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La Soufriere SCIENTIFIC UPDATE – 12/04/21 6:00PM

The pattern of seismic activity changed again, with the end ofthe episodes of high-amplitude tremor 2-8 hours apart. Three episodes of tremor have been recorded since 6am, two ofthem lower-amplitude and the third, at about 5pm, was high-amplitude. The episodes continue to coincide with periods of enhancedventing or explosive activity A reconnaissance of the entire …

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St. Vincent & neighboring islands buckle as La Soufriere unleashes her fury

Story by C. Stetson Roland Residents of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and the nearby islands woke up to the news this morning that the erupting La Soufriere volcano had experienced its most dramatic eruption yet in the wee hours of Monday 12 April, sending pyroclastic flows tumbling down the eastern and western sides of …

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La Soufriere Volcano rumbles to eruption – disrupting life in SVG

Story by C. Stetson Roland Photos Contributed by Shakika Fraser Activity at the La Soufriere Hills Volcano on St. Vincent reached a crucial stage yesterday when the volcano, which had been coming to life over the last few months, had several violent eruptions, spewing ash and magma high into the sky.  Dormant for almost forty …

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LA SOUFRIÈRE BULLETIN #49 APRIL 08, 2021 12:00 PM

1. The steaming/smoking at the La Soufriere Volcano has increased over the last few hours. 2. The alert level remains at Orange. The National Emergency Management Organisation is reminding the public that no evacuation order or notice has been issued. 3. Residents especially persons living in communities close to the volcano are encouraged to be …

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La Soufriére Bulletin # 47 April 05, 2021 6:00 pm

5th April, 2021 LA SOUFRIÈRE BULLETIN # 47 APRIL 05, 2021 6:00 PM The new swarm of Volcano-Tectonic (VT) earthquakes which began at the La Soufrière Volcano at 6:38 am today continued at a fairly constant rate before starting to decline at about 2:00 p.m. Activities declined significantly at 4:00 p.m. although small Volcano-Tectonic earthquakes …

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Another ‘swarm’ of VT earthquakes at La Soufriere Volcano

A swarm of volcano-tectonic (VT) earthquakes at La Soufriere volcano began Monday morning, the National Emergency management Organisation (NEMO) says. NEMO said that several of these earthquakes, which began before 7 a.m., are strong enough to be felt by communities on the flanks of the volcano. “We have had reports of earthquakes being felt in …

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Scientists Have Noted a Change in Seismic Activity Associated with the Ongoing Eruption of the La Soufriére Volcano

NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ORGANISATION (NEMO) MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SECURITY 24th March, 2021 NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Scientists Have Noted a Change in Seismic Activity Associated with the Ongoing Eruption of the La Soufriére Volcano Monitoring scientists at the Belmont Observatory led by scientists from ‘Ihe UWI Seismic Research Centre (SRC) have noted a change …

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