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Earth of fire

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

Publié par Bernard Duyck
Publié dans : #Actualités volcaniques
Activity in the crater Nakadake of Aso volcano intensified on November 25 2014.
Ash emissions, including a plume rising to 2,400 meters, and the night glow was observed. A light ash fall was reported in the village of Namino, 11 km. northeast of the volcano.



 

Aso 25.11.2014

Night glow at Aso on 11.26.2014 / 2:37 - Webcam Aso / JMA

Night glow at Aso on 11.26.2014 / 2:37 - Webcam Aso / JMA

Aso volcano shows signs of instability since 2013, with small explosions of phreatic type.

During 2013, the acidic crater lake gradually decreased and disappeared in June, the result of a rise in temperature and changes in the hydrothermal system. This phenomenon has already been observed in 2011. (GVP)

JMA / Japan Meteorological Agency increased the alert level to 2 on August 30, 2014, and reported a small inflation in its latest bulletin ... in connection with the assumption of a magmatic intrusion. The exclusion zone of 1 km. around the volcano is effective.

 

Evolution of the acidic lake between January and June 2013 - Excite webtl Photo / via Culture Volcans.
Evolution of the acidic lake between January and June 2013 - Excite webtl Photo / via Culture Volcans.

Evolution of the acidic lake between January and June 2013 - Excite webtl Photo / via Culture Volcans.

Sources :

- Volcanodiscovery - Aso volcano, increasing activity - link

- Global Volcanism Program - Asosan

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