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Popocatepetl Volcano Database aims to provide information about the eruptive history, publications, hazard map, pictures, and movies of the ongoing activity

This site is continuously updated with data from the ongoing activity, recent publications, and new projects!
The Popocatepetl volcano spews a cloud of ash and steam high into the air, as seen from San Nicolas de los Ranchos, on the outskirts of Puebla April 18, 2012. A powerful plume of steam and ash rose from the Popocatepetl volcano in central Mexico on Tuesday, prompting local schools to cancel classes and emergency teams to prepare for evacuations. Mexico's National Center for Disaster Prevention raised the alert level for the 5,450-meter (17,900-foot) Popocatepetl, which lies some 50 miles to the southeast of Mexico City, late on Monday. REUTERS/Imelda Medina

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