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Scientific Advisories

Kick 'em Jenny Update 2
Jul.25.2015

Activity associated with the Kick 'em Jenny system continues to decrease. From the 20 events recorded between the period 4:00pm 24th July to 6:30am 25th July, the number of events recorded up to 8:00pm 25th (local time) has consisted of less than 10 below magnitude 2.0. A reconnaissance flight was conducted this afternoon with, volcanologist Dr. Frederic Dondin, one of two of the UWI-SRC team currently in Grenada. Nothing out of the ordinary was observed at the surface above the volcano. Additional instruments were also placed closer to the volcano which reduces the threshold magnitude of events associated with the Kick-‘em-Jenny system that can be identified. We will continue to monitor and update as data come to hand.
 
The current alert level at Kick 'em Jenny still remains at Orange.