Recent bathymetric surveys have shown evidence for a major arcuate collapse structure, which was the source of a submarine debris avalanche that traveled more than 15 km W. Bathymetry also revealed another submarine cone to the SE, Kick 'em Jack, and submarine lava domes … Presently, there is no danger to Trinidad, Tobago and the remainder of the Lesser Antilles. Kick 'em Jenny, which rises 1.3km above the seafloor on a steep slope of the Lesser Antilles ridge, is one of the most active volcanoes in the eastern Caribbean. The alert level is Yellow. Kick'em Jenny is a dangerous and active volcano sitting roughly 6,000 feet below the surface of the Caribbean Sea, and located off the coast of … Official advisories on Kick ‘em Jenny are under the jurisdiction of the Government of Grenada through NaDMA. Le volcan Kick’em Jenny dont les dernières activités remontent à 2017, est de nouveau actif. Ces derniers jours, il a montré des signes d’activité. NEWS RELEASE: INCREASED ACTIVITIES AT KICK ‘EM JENNY –1.5KM EXCLUSION ZONE TO BE STRICTLY OBSERVED Posted by NEMO St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Monday, June 15, 2020 Please be reminded that the official advisories on Kick ‘em Jenny are under the jurisdiction of the Government of Grenada through the National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA). The submarine volcano 8 km north of Grenada might be heading towards an eruption. The current Kick 'em Jenny cone (2) has grown up through the debris in the center of the landslide chute. Our expert volcanologists and photographers offer unique travel experiences: The University of the West Indies Seismic Research Center reports that high levels of seismicity have been recorded at the volcano. An underwater volcano is rumbling beneath the Caribbean Sea. There were no significant earthquakes in during the past 14 days. Kick 'em Jenny volcano (West Indies, Grenada) activity update: Elevated seismicity, Kick 'em Jenny submarine volcano (Grenada): eruption warning. The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) will continue to update the public on activities at the Kick ‘em Jenny submarine volcano. Kick 'Em Jenny doesn't pose a threat to Grenada itself enough though its only 8 kilometers from the island. A horseshoe-shaped scarp (1) marks the upslope edge of an ancient landslide chute that most likely formed when a much larger cone, which probably extended above sea level, collapsed and slid off the side of the volcanic complex. The alert level at Kick ‘em Jenny remains at YELLOW. Increasing signs of unrest have been recorded during the past 24 hours, and the Seismic Research Centre at the University of the West Indies has raised its alert level to the second highest level, "orange". Downslope from Kick 'em Jenny, the landslide chute is filled with volcanic rubble (4). Official advisories on Kick ‘em Jenny are under the jurisdiction of the Government of Grenada through NaDMA. SRU's updates stated that on 6 December as of 1115, many small pleasure craft that were observed traveling directly over Kick-'em-Jenny would be in danger if a larger eruption were to occur. It says the official advisories on Kick ‘em Jenny are under the jurisdiction of the Government of Grenada through the National Disaster Management Agency. All rights reserved. The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) of Grenada continue to collaborate with the Seismic Research Centre (SRC), University of the West Indies to monitor activities at the Kick em’ Jenny volcano. NEMO said it will continue to update the public on activities at the Kick ‘em Jenny submarine volcano. Volcanoes Today, 25 Nov 2020: Fuego volcano, Klyuchevskoy, Reventador, Sangay, Sabancaya, Suwanose-jima Wed, 25 Nov 2020, 10:00 Sabancaya Volcano Volcanic Ash Advisory: PUFF EMISSIONS to 26000 ft (7900 m) The National Emergency Management Organization says it will continue to update the public on activities at the Kick ‘em Jenny submarine volcano. The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) has been informed of “increased activities” at the Kick ‘em Jenny submarine volcano located north of Grenada (12.18°N, 61.38°W).