Piparo Mud Volcano 3 November 2019

looking down at the new cone and crater

The mud in the crater is much more viscous, no gas bubbles are seen escaping. However there are occasional sounds of small amounts of gas being released.

Drone photo from 50 feet overhead

Clasts of multiple lithologies being washed out of the recently erupted mud. The clasts range from angular to well rounded and are poorly sorted.

Drone photo from 50 ft, showing the location of 15 active mud and predominantly gas vents. There is also no significant change in the location and size of the faults