Gorely Volcano
GVP Number  300070
IAVCEI Number  1000-07-
Location  52°33'31" N, 158°1'49" E
Last Eruption 2010/7 - 2014
Elevation 1828 m
Location
The volcano is located in Southern Kamchatka, about 70 km to the southwest from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.
Form and structure
The present structure of the volcano occupies the central part of the caldera (13x12 km) and comprises three merged cones that stretch in a ridge of the west-north-west-wards. There are 11 superimposed craters at the summit. And about 40 adventive vents with lava flows on the slopes.
Composition
Andesits and andesibasalts
Age
Upper Pleistocene
Links
Aviation color code
GREEN
Last VONA/KVERT Releases
Hazard synopsis
Gorely is one of the most active volcanoes of the Southern Kamchatka. Principal hazards are ash plumes, ash falls, phreatic blasts and lahars.

Ash falls possible at:

Paratunka (45 km to the north from the volcano)
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (70 km to the northeast)
Yelizovo (70 km to the north)
Monitoring status
seismic, web video camera, satellite, visual
Eruptions
2010/7 – 2014  
1984 – 1986  
1980 – 1981  
1961  
1947  
1932  
1931  
1930  
1929  
1869  
1855  
1832  
1828  

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