submarine volcano -30 m / -98 ft
Volcano Islands, Japan, 23.5°N / 141.94°E
Aktueller Status: normal / ruhend (1 von 5)
Minami-Hiyoshi lies near the SE end of a coalescing chain of youthful seamounts and is the only historically active vent. The morphologically youthful seamount Naka-Hiyoshi (upper right) lies to the NW and Ko-Hiyoshi seamount (left) to the SSE. Image courtesy of HOD Japan Coast Guard (http://www1.kaiho.mlit.go.jp/jhd-E).
Minami-Hiyoshi is a submarine volcano in Japan's chain of Volcano Islands, 1300 km south of Tokyo. Periodic water discolouration and water-spouting have been observed from the volcano since 1975, when detonations and an explosion were reported as well.
: 1996(?), 1992(?), 1978(?), 1976(?)-77, 1976(?), 1975
Keine jüngeren Beben
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