New monitored volcano: Ubinas (Peru).


Sentinel-2 images are now also displayed as true color images (visible bands B4-B3-B2, 10m resolution), with hot pixels enhanced using SWIR infrared bands B12-B11-B8A (20m resolution).


New feature in timeseries webpage: the various image types are now easily changeable using radio-buttons displayed on the left side of the image (e.g., Sentinel-2 image types: 'visible + infrared', 'infrared', 'infrared + detection'). These can also be changed in the "page options" menu.


New timeseries webpage: the page has been restructured to display parameters derived from the analysis of Sentinel-1 (deformation, coherence, intensity), Sentinel-2 (hotspots) and Sentinel-5P (SO2) products in distinct subplots, together with images associated to each timeseries. The old page version is still accessible from the "page options" menu, following the link "collapsed timeseries".


New products available: images are now also plotted on a "zoomed" crop around the volcano summit (2x2 km for Sentinel-1 & 2 images, 100x100 km for Sentinel-5P images).


New monitored volcanoes: Nevado del Ruiz (Colombia), Villarrica (Chile), Masaya & Momotombo (Nicaragua), Ibu (Indonesia), Sakurajima (Japan).


Sentinel-1 SAR intensity images are now also displayed after speckle-filtering (CNN-based speckle filter: Davis et al. 2020, IGARSS).


New monitored volcano: Michoacan-Guanajuato volcanic field (Mexico), in response to the seismic crisis initiated early January 2020. Real-time monitoring ended on 2020-03-06 following a significant decrease in seismic activity.


New monitored volcano: Taal (Philippines), in response to the eruptive crisis started early January 2020.