Volcán de Fuego Web Cams


Some useful links:
Background Information About Fuego
Michigan Tech
MTU Geo. Dept.
INSIVUMEH
Seismic records from INSIVUMEH
Time Lapse Videos


OVFUEGO webcam (7 km southwest of summit)


FG12 webcam (6.3 km SE of summit)


FG10 webcam (7.5 km SSW of summit)


FG14 webcam

Fuego is a stratovolcano in the Central American volcanic arc that erupts crystal-rich lavas of basalt to basaltic-andesite composition. It has been continuously active since 1999. Typical activity includes dozens of small-scale explosive eruptions each day.

Fuego is monitored by the Instituto Nacional de Sismología, Vulcanología, Meteorología e and Hidrología (INSIVUMEH). In addition to volcano observatories, INSIVUMEH maintains a network of seismograph stations near the active volcanoes. For the latest webicorder plots from INSIVUMEH, click here.

For the latest volcano activity status from INSIVUMEH, click here.

This page is made possible throught the support of the Instituto Nacional de Sismología, Volcanoloía, Meteorología e Hidrología (INSIVUMEH), the U.S. Geological Survey Volcano Disaster Assistance Program (USGS-VDAP), the U.S. National Science Foundation through Award EAR-1053794, Walter and Carol Kroll, the International Volcano Monitoring Fund, La Reunion Golf Resort, University of Bristol and Michigan Technological University

Last modified: 07 October 2021 16:36