The alert status means 'decreased unrest.'
A ray of sunshine today-Taal Volcano is now down to Alert Level 2 more than a month after the eruption on January 12. From Alert Level 4 on the day of the eruption, it went down to Alert Level 3 on
PHIVOLCS explains the possible reason behind the new development.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) has released photos of the "crater glow" of Mayon Volcano in Albay, Bicol. The photos were taken on February 4, 7:00 p.m. from the Mayon Volcano Observatory in Ligñon Hill, Legazpi
Mexico's most active volcano is also spewing lava.
Taal Volcano is erupting, and sadly, it's not the only one. Across the globe, there are numerous other volcanoes spewing ash columns, steams, and lava right this second. But no, this isn't a strange occurence nor is it
Stay safe, everyone!
At 1:00 p.m. of January 12, the picturesque Taal Volcano erupted, spewing ash into the air in what is called a phreatic eruption. According to a report from, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) said that
So cool!
Filipina marine geophysicist Jenny Anne Barretto has discovered what could be the largest caldera in the world, according to CNN Philippines. The New Zealand-based Pinay published the finding in a paper with scientists Ray Wood and John Milsom. They named the
Five members of our national rugby team tell Cosmo what they'll be up to this summer.
Where will the Philippine Volcanoes be this season? We asked some members during a recent Head & Shoulders event at Urbn Bar in The Fort Strip, Bonifacio Global City:"Right now, I'm free. I wouldn't mind spending it in the Philippines.
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