(Eagle News) — Twenty-seven volcanic earthquakes were monitored in Kanlaon in the last 24 hours.
According to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology, also detected were 153 tons/day as of August 24.
PHIVOLCS said also detected were a moderate steam reaching 100 meters high.
According to PHIVOLCS, entry into the four-kilometer radius Permanent Danger Zone should remain prohibited.
Pilots were also advised against flying close to the volcano.
Kanlaon is under an alert level 1.
In July, PHIVOLCS announced an increase in activity in Kanlaon volcano, which it said were “likely caused by shallow hydrothermal processes beneath the edifice that could generate phreatic or steam-driven eruptions from the summit crater.”