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Nishino-shima vulkaan
caldera, submarine volcano approx 70 m / 215 ft (currently growing)
Volcano Islands, Japan, 27.27°N / 140.88°E
Current status: restless (2 out of 5)
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Nishino-shima vulkaanuitbarstingen:
2019-ongoing, 2017, 2013-15, 1985(?), 1982(?), 1980(?), 1978(?), 1975(?), 1973-74
Typical eruption style:
explosive
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Nishino-shima volcano (Japan): island continues to grow

zo, 31 aug 2014, 16:23
16:23 PM | DOOR: T
View of the Nishino-Shima island from the west on 26 Aug (Japanese Coast Guard)
View of the Nishino-Shima island from the west on 26 Aug (Japanese Coast Guard)
View of the small lava dome inside the summit crater
Small explosion from the summit crater (infrared image)
Small explosion from the summit crater (infrared image)
The island remains active and continues to grow as lava flows add new land to it. The Japanese Coast Guard made another survey flight on 26 August and observed ongoing effusive and explosive activity in the main crater.
A comparison with pictures from July shows that a new 3-400 m wide platform to the northeast of the island has been added as new land during the past weeks.
In addition, what appears to be a small lava dome has appeared inside the crater of the main cone. It unclear when and how exactly it formed, but is the site of at least occasional explosions.
The "dome" could be simply the result of some older lava pushed up to the vent by rising fresh magma underneath, or is could represent the latest erupted magma. In that case, it would be an indication that either the lava currently erupted is slightly more viscous and/or effusion rate has dropped, allowing the lava to cool down more effectively and accumulating to form the cake-like dome, rather than to feed flows. The absence of active lava flows entering the sea on the latest pictures would be in agreement with this.
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Mon, 28 Jul 2014, 15:38
Nishinoshima on 23 July (image: Japanese Coast Guard)
Activity at the growing island continues, perhaps even with increased intensity, judging from the recent pictures obtained by the Japanese Coast Guard on 23 July: ... Lees alle
Wed, 16 Jul 2014, 14:27
Landsat 8 images of Nishino-Shima on 2 June and 4 July, showing the new platform to the east (images: AIST, annotation: Culture Volcan)
The currently fastest growing island of the world remains active, with both effusive (lava flows enlarging the island) and explosive activity (strombolian and phreatomagmatic = water-magma explosions). Lees alle
Mon, 30 Jun 2014, 12:31
An explosive event occurred last night at the growing island volcano. VAAC Tokyo reported an ash plume at 10,000 ft (3 km) altitude drifting to the northeast. ... Lees alle
Thu, 19 Jun 2014, 15:37
3 vents at Nishinoshima volcano (13 June)
Eruptions continue to add land to the remote island volcano. Recent pictures by the Japanese Coast guard on 11 and 13 June show steaming along the shoreline, indicating active lava flow fronts, possibly tube-fed since no surface incandescence was visible. ... Lees alle
Fri, 23 May 2014, 10:34
The eruption on the remote island continues. The most recent overflight pictures by the Japanese Coast Guard show two active vents, one with a small lava-filled vent likely producing strombolian explosions, the other emitting a steam and gas plume. Lees alle
 

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