The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Cadet Force will host Public Lecture tonight, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the eruption of La Soufiere. The Lecture is entitled: “Logistic Processes in Disaster Operations: Lessons learnt from volcanic eruptions in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.” The presenter will be Major Curtis Dennie a logistics expert with… Continue Reading →
Vincentians have been warned that although La Soufriere has been quiet for some time, it is still an active volcano and can erupt again. The warning comes at the National Emergency Management Organization host a series of activities this month to commemorate the 36th anniversary since the last eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
The National Emergency Management Organisation, NEMO, will host a series of activities this month to commemorate the 36th anniversary since the last eruption of La Soufriere volcano. Today, April 13th marks 36 years since the last eruption of the La Soufriere volcano, and NEMO says it will host the activities in collaboration with the Seismic… Continue Reading →
The volcano is dormant and there is every possibility that it could erupt in the future. As with anything weather related, trying to predict when nature will strike isn’t a sure thing. There are however means by which volcanologists can predict when a volcano might erupt. Scientists say that predicting volcanic eruptions may actually be… Continue Reading →
Volcanologist and Director at the UWI Seismic Research Center, Dr. Richard Robertson, is reminding Vincentians that the La Soufriere volcano is still active and has the potential to erupt at any time. Speaking on NBC’s Face to Face programme this week, Dr. Robertson said the Center is collaborating with the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO)… Continue Reading →
Vincentians will be sensitized on the dangers of geological hazards, during a week of activities organized by the National Emergency Management Organization NEMO, to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the eruption of La Soufriere volcano. A release from NEMO says April 13, marks thirty five (35) years since the eruption of the volcano in 1979…. Continue Reading →