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Tourists and park rangers 2 km away on the western side of the volcano were evacuated.An avalanche on 10th June produced an ash plume, and resulted in evacuations near the volcano.On 16th June, pyroclastic flows resulted in the temporary closure of the National Park to visitors for one day.2008 Eruptions Eruptions at Arenal volcano in January 2008 consisted of Strombolian explosions, avalanches, and lava flows.2006 Eruptions Activity at Arenal volcano during 2006 consisted of gas emissions, Strombolian eruptions, lava flows extending north, and avalanches from lava-flow fronts.2005 Eruptions Explosions began at Arenal volcano on 2nd November 2005.
2004 Eruptions An eruption at Arenal volcano on the 6th July 2005 sent lava avalanches down the volcano's flanks.
Costa Rica 10.463 N, 84.703 W summit elevation 1720 m Stratovolcano Arenal is the youngest stratovolcano in Costa Rica and was one of its most active between 19.
Arenal’s crater contains a lava pool, which is composed of viscous basaltic andesite.
Blocks from the lava flow occasionally set fire to vegetation.
On 6th June, a debris avalanche extended 800 m down the SW flank of Arenal.
During its eruptions lava extruded in a pulsating pattern, forming a crust, and then overflowed the crater rim and flowed almost continuously down the north to southwest flanks of the volcano. Arenal volcano Arenal volcano 2010 Arenal volcano in June 2010, a few weeks before it became dormant Arenal eruption 2010 Arenal June 2010 Arenal June 2010 Arenal eruption June 2010 Arenal eruption 2010 Arenal volcano from Observatory Lodge Arenal volcano Lava avalanche, Arenal volcano, 2010 Arenal Climbing Arenal volcano 2010 Orchid growing on Arenal volcano Volcanic activity since 1968 has included explosive activity, strombolian eruptions, slow blocky lava flows, lava avalanches, pyroclastic flows, and hyper-concentrated stream-flows.