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Actualité volcanique, Articles de fond sur étude de volcan, tectonique, récits et photos de voyage

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Shinmoedake - lava overflow 09.03.2018 - JMA images

Shinmoedake - lava overflow 09.03.2018 - JMA images

At Shinmoedake, a lava flow overflowed north-west of the crater around 9:10 am on March 9, 2018 (confirmed by the JMA at 10:10).

His progress is slow.

The ash eruptions were not reported during the morning, but explosive activity resumed around 15h58 -16h local, according to the images of the webcam.

The lava flow was confirmed on the north-west slope at 9:10 am 09.03.2018

Shinmoedake - 09.03.2018 / respectively at 11:59 and 12:15 - live webcam
Shinmoedake - 09.03.2018 / respectively at 11:59 and 12:15 - live webcam

Shinmoedake - 09.03.2018 / respectively at 11:59 and 12:15 - live webcam

Shinmoedake - explosion and ashes on 09.03.2018 at 15h58 - 15h59 - live webcam
Shinmoedake - explosion and ashes on 09.03.2018 at 15h58 - 15h59 - live webcam

Shinmoedake - explosion and ashes on 09.03.2018 at 15h58 - 15h59 - live webcam

Shinmoedake / Kirishima groupe - Volcanic Ash Advisory 09.03.2018 / 7h43 - Doc.VAAC Tokyo

Shinmoedake / Kirishima groupe - Volcanic Ash Advisory 09.03.2018 / 7h43 - Doc.VAAC Tokyo

At the seismicity level, the JMA reports a continuous but weak tremor, as well as many volcanic earthquakes.

Shinmoedake crater and lava cake - left, 06.11.2017 - right, 07.03.2018 - doc.PASCO

Shinmoedake crater and lava cake - left, 06.11.2017 - right, 07.03.2018 - doc.PASCO

PASCO has uploaded Terra SAR-X satellite images of the Shinmoedake dome on November 6, 2017 (before the current eruption) and March 7, 2018.

Shinmoedake - sulfur dioxide cloud on 07.03.2018 on Kyushu - image Aura sat / IMO / via Simon Carn

Shinmoedake - sulfur dioxide cloud on 07.03.2018 on Kyushu - image Aura sat / IMO / via Simon Carn

Shinmoedake - cloud of sulfur dioxide 08.03.2018 on Hokkaido and further north - image Aura sat / IMO / via Simon Carn

Shinmoedake - cloud of sulfur dioxide 08.03.2018 on Hokkaido and further north - image Aura sat / IMO / via Simon Carn

Simon Carn reports that sulfur dioxide emissions have been rapidly transported north, probably driven by the jet stream. They moved from Kyushu on March 7th to Hokkaido on March 8th.

Sources: JMA, PASCO, Simon Carn, AURA / IMO
 

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