Sanjay volcano in Ecuador is monitored for ash emissions – Prensa Latina

As can be seen from the example in a recent report, monitoring responds to signals associated with the emission of ash up to 2 km above crater level.

According to the details, early morning satellite imagery showed an ash cloud towards the southwest, which may slightly affect the provinces of Morona, Santiago, Chimborazo and Canar.

IG confirmed that this phenomenon was continuing in the current period of eruption that began in May 2019.

Since the early days of this month, Sangai emissions have caused damage in several areas of Chimborazo, among them the cantons of Guamot and Riobamba, where the main damage to crops and animals has been recorded.

Minor damage was also reported in the provinces of Guayas and Los Rios.

In the face of specific situations, local authorities are providing assistance with assistance toolkits, while entities such as the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock conduct surveys of affected areas to prepare relevant reports.

Sanjay Volcano, which has a height of 5,300 meters, is the most active in Ecuador and is located in the Cordillera Real, in the province of Morona Santiago.


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