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A second phreatic eruption took place the morning of Jan. Although weather obscured observations, minor amounts of ash fell on neighboring villages. Ash plumes and minor pyroclastic flows from dome collapse events continued. The week of Jan 17 – 23 saw additional lava collapse events associated with rockfalls, advancing lava and pyroclastic flows. The upper slopes are steep at 35 – 40 degrees slope.
Two pyroclastic flows made it 3 km down the slope of the volcano. It was most recently active with a series of eruptions ending in 2014. Mayon erupts andesites, basaltic andesites, and basalts. The volcano has a permanent 6 km diameter exclusion zone around it which keeps most people out, though there are nearly 5,000 living within 5 km of the volcano.
The Philippine Plate subducts westward under the Philippines at 8 cm/yr.
On the western side of the Bicol Arc is the central segment of the Philippine Fault Zone, an active left-lateral strike fault cutting the Philippines along its length.
There are three stages of volcanic activity along the Bicol Arc throughout its history stretching as far back as initial subduction in the late Cretaceous.
So far, I have found no evidence of flank collapse or directed blast from Mount Mayon in the historic past.There was some precursor activity in Sept 2016 when an increase in SO2 emissions above measured baseline was noted.Inflation was noted in August along with an earthquake swarm 10 km SE 3 – 6 August that may or may not have been connected with magmatic activity. The fountains and continuing explosions fed incandescent rockfalls around the summit.Past Eruptions It is one of the most active volcanoes in the Philippines, with over 50 eruptions in the last 500 years. 1,200 locals died during this eruption, making it the deadliest eruption in Mayon’s recorded history.The Andal, et all paper blames lahars for the majority of death from this eruption. Century, there were multiple eruptions with varying intensities ranging from VEI 1 – 3.