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stratovulkaan 1117 m / 3,665 ft
Kyushu, Japan, 31.59°N / 130.66°E
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Sakurajima volcano news
Tue, 24 Dec 2013, 09:27
Ash plume from an eruption of Sakurajima this morning
During the past week, the volcano has been relatively calm with an average of 1 explosion per day (ash plumes rising to 6-10,000 ft altitude). A slightly stronger explosion occurred this morning (evening in Japan) with an ash plume rising to 11,000 ft (video): ...meer
Tue, 10 Dec 2013, 23:21
Activity in the past few days has been comparably low. No significant explosions have been registered for 2 days. The latest stronger explosions occurred during 5-6 December. ...meer
Thu, 5 Dec 2013, 11:32
Vulcanian explosion from Sakurajima this morning (Tarumizu webcam)
After about a week with fewer (and on some days no) recorded explosions, a new surge of stronger activity began yesterday. A vulcanian explosion this morning produced an ash plume rising to 11,000 ft (3.4 km) altitude.
Sat, 30 Nov 2013, 08:55
Activity seems to increase and decrease in cycles of approximately a week's length. After the series of stronger explosions on 24-25 Nov, the past days have been calmer with fewer and less intense explosions (1-2 per day, ash plumes to 8,000 ft).
Sun, 24 Nov 2013, 09:14
Explosion from Sakurajima this morning (Tarumizu MBC webcam)
Na een korte fase van zwakkere activiteit, de vulkaan begon te uitbarsten meer heftig gisteren met een reeks van krachtige explosies die verzonden ash verontreinigingspluimen maximaal 15.000 ft (4,5 km). In de buurt van constante as emissies hebben plaatsgevonden van de Showa-krater. ...meer
Fri, 22 Nov 2013, 09:36
The past days have been relatively calm at the volcano with only infrequent and smaller explosions and less ash emission, compared to the intense phase of activity during 13-15 November.
Sat, 16 Nov 2013, 11:02
VAAC Tokyo reports continuous ash emissions and some relatively large explosions with plumes reaching 12,000 ft (3.6 km) altitude last evening.
Thu, 14 Nov 2013, 13:55
The volcano has picked up activity again. Over the past days, the Showa crater has been producing near-constant ash emissions and several vulcanian explosions with ash plumes rising up to 14,000 ft (4.2 km) altitude. ...meer
Sun, 3 Nov 2013, 11:18
Since the larger explosions on 27 Oct, the volcano has been a bit calmer with on average 2 explosions per day ejecting ash plumes to 7-10,000 ft (2-3 km) altitude.
Mon, 28 Oct 2013, 07:51
Eruption from Sakurajima yesterday
The volcano had at least 6 vulcanian explosions yesterday. The largest (at 08:09 local time this morning) sent an ash plume to 15,000 ft (4.5 km) altitude. ...meer
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