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submarine volcano -14 m / -46 ft
Volcano Islands, Japan, 24.28°N / 141.49°ECurrent status
: normal or dormant
(1 out of 5)
| ReportsFukutoku-Okanoba volcano booksFukutoku-Okanoba volcano eruptions:
2010, 2005-07, 1995(?), 1993(?), 1992, 1991(?), 1987(?), 1986, 1976(?), 1974, 1973,
1972(?), 1968(?), 1967(?), 1963(?), 1962(?), 1960(?), 1959(?), 1958(?), 1956(?), 1955(?), 1954(?), 1953(?), 1952(?), 1950(?), 1914, 1904-05 Typical eruption style:
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Map of the volcanoes in the Izu-Marianas volcanoc arc stretchung SSE from Japan (map: Japanese coast guard).
Fukutokuokanoba undersea volcano eruption news
Report of an Eruption is False
Thursday Oct 18, 2012 08:50 AM | BY: VOLCANOBULLETIN
A report on Tuesday about an eruption at the volcano is false. The volcano last erupted in 2010.
Wednesday, Oct 17, 2012
An underwater volcanic eruption was detected on Tuesday morning, October 16th by a Coast Guard Vessel near Minami-Iwoto Island. ...
Sunday, Jul 03, 2005
A submarine volcano erupted in Japan. It is located about 6 kilometers north-northeast of Minami-Iwojima island in Ogasawaramura (about 1,300 kilometers from Tokyo).
On the evening of 2 July, the Japanese coast guard spotted large amounts of steam rising to about 1 km height above the sea at the site of the submarine volcano, as well as a strong discoloration of the water. On photos taken on 3 July, porous, steaming lava blocks are appearing on the surface of the sea. Ships are advised to avoid the area.
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The term for all fine-grained volcanic products fragmented during explosive eruptions.