The launch of a new GVP website is scheduled for Monday, May 20, 2013.
Volcanoes of México and Central America
Observatories and Official Agencies
- Instituto Nacional de Sismologia, Vulcanología, Meteorología e Hidrologia (INSIVUMEH)
- Guatemalan agency responsible for volcano monitoring. Daily reports are available for Fuego, Pacaya, and Santa María (Santiaguito) along with intermittent special reports.
- Instituto Nicaragüense de Estudios Territoriales (INETER)
- Nicaraguan agency responsible for volcano monitoring. The Volcanology Department has background information about Nicaraguan volcanoes, and posts current activity reports.
- CENAPRED (National Disaster Prevention Center of Mexico)
- The main objective of CENAPRED is "to promote the application of technologies for disaster prevention and mitigation, to give related professional and technical training and to disseminate preparedness and self-protection measures among the Mexican society exposed to the contingency of a disaster." This organization also coordinates volcanic monitoring activities. Daily updates are provided for Popocatépetl, with special sections in the event of activity at other Mexican volcanoes.
- Colima Volcano Observatory (University of Colima)
- Activity reports, monitoring data, eruptive history, a photo gallery, and webcam images.
- Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica: Observatorio Vulcanológico y Sismológico (OVSICORI-UNA)
- Much of this site is under construction, but eventually it will likely be the best place to get information about Costa Rican volcanoes. Sections will include seismology, volcanology, deformation studies, and publications. A few Spanish pages are available, with English versions planned.
- On-Line Newspapers in El Salvador
El Diario de Hoy de El Salvador
La Prensa Grafica Online
- San Salvador Volcano Cam
- Live image of the Volcano of San Salvador viewed from the La Prensa Grafica news building in Santa Elena, Old Cuscatlán.
- Latin American Volcanoes
- Compilation of links to volcano-specific pages about volcanoes in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Bolivia, Perú, Chile, and Argentina. Maintained by Glyn Williams-Jones at the University of Hawaii.
- Michigan Technological University Volcano Page: Volcanoes of El Salvador
- Basic information pages about seven of El Salvador's best-known volcanoes: Coatepeque, Ilopango, Izalco, San Miguel, San Salvador, San Vicente, and Santa Ana. Project led by Carlos Pullinger, an MTU graduate student from el Salvador.
- Michigan Technological University Volcano Page: Volcanic Hazards Mitigation
- Pages with historical data for Guatemalan volcanoes Santa Maria, Fuego, Tacana, and Cerro Quemado.
- Volcano World: North America
- Images, basic information, and references. Not restricted to Holocene volcanoes. Includes Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii, and the West Indies.
- Volcano World: South and Central America
- Images, basic information, and references. Not restricted to Holocene volcanoes.
- Volcanic Ash Advisory Statements
- Aviation notices issued by the Washington Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC). Coverage area includes Mexico and Central America.