Azuma volcano (Honshu, Japan): sulfur dioxide burning
ven., 24 juil. 2020, 09:3709:37 AM | AUTEUR : MARTIN
The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) reported that surveillance cameras observed during 22 Jul at 20:00 local time and 23 July at 15:30 local time a burning of sulfur dioxide (SO2) around Oana crater.
Sulfur dioxide burning at Azuma volcano (image: JMA)
This phenomenon was observed for the first time in November 2011.
Source: Japan Meteorological Agency volcano activity update 24 July 2020
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