Ebeko, located in the Russian Kurile Islands, erupted on Nov 4 sending an ash cloud to 15,000 ft (2.8 miles), this was followed by a larger eruption on Nov 5 which fired ash 17,000 ft (3.2 miles) a.s.l.
“On November 4, the Ebeko volcano was seen throwing ash to a height of up to 4.5 kilometres. The plume of ash has moved to the north-east of the volcano, to a distance up to five kilometres,” read a Nov 4 statement from the Russian Emergencies Ministry.
VolcanoDiscovery.com reported the second eruption, stating it occurred at 22:35 UTC on Nov 5 and fired ash to a height of 17,000 ft (3.2 miles) — click for more.
Ebeko awoke in 2016 and has repeatedly experienced eruptive events since.
Today: Ebeko volcano in the Kuriles threw a six-kilometer smoke column pic.twitter.com/KEl0nX6LQ5
— Катерина Галич (@Katerinamusej) November 4, 2018
Seismic and Volcanic activity has been correlated to changes in our sun.
The global uptick in earthquakes and volcanoes we’ve witnessed lately is likely attributed to the drop-off in solar activity, coronal holes, and the increase in Galactic Cosmic Rays penetrating silica-rich magma.
Check out this link for more info: https://principia-scientific.org/do-cosmic-rays-trigger-earthquakes-volcanic-eruptions/
Grand Solar Minimum