Strongest Seismic Activity of 2013 at Pavlof
June 25, 2013 | Alaska Volcano Observatory
"Vigorous eruptive activity indicated by a distinct increase in seismicity beginning around 6:50 UTC (22:50 AKDT) last evening is continuing. The level of seismicity for the past 11-12 hours has been the strongest seismic activity detected so far during the 2013 eruption of Pavlof Volcano." Quoted from the Alaska Volcano Observatory.
Pavlof Sends Ash to 19000 Feet
June 5, 2013 | Alaska Dispatch
Pavlof Volcano continues to exhibit activity. On Tuesday an eruption sent ash to an elevation of 19,000 feet. AVO reports that Mount Cleveland is still active and could launch blocks and ash without warning.
Understanding Galapagos Volcanoes
November 25, 2013 | USGS
"The chance transit of a satellite over the April 2009 eruption of Fernandina volcano — the most active in South America's famed Galápagos archipelago — has revealed for the first time the mechanism behind the characteristic pattern of eruptive fissures on the island chain's volcanoes." Quoted from the USGS Newsroom.