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Suwanose-jima volcano eruptions:
2004 (Oct) - ongoing: intermittent strombolian-type activity
Since 1949: essentially continuous activity
2000 (Dec) - Jul 2004 (Jul): strombolian activity, 1999 (Jan-Feb, June), 1996 (Dec) - 1997 (Apr), 1949-96, 1940, 1938, 1934 (?), 1925, 1921-22, 1915 (?), 1914 (?), 1889, 1885, 1884, 1877, 1813-14 (sub-plinian Bunka eruption), around 1600 AD (large explosive eruption)
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Suwanose-jima volcano, Japan, news & activity updates
Suwanosejima volcano (Ryukyu Islands, Japan): weekly volcanic activity report 15-22 Nov 2019
Fri, 29 Nov 2019, 10:20
10:20 AM | BY: MARTIN
White plume from Suwanosejima volcano (image: JMA)
Suwanosejima´s incandescence visible from satellite on 8 November (image: Sentinel 2)
The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) recorded that incandescence continues to be observed in the Ontake crater
during 15-22 November.
An ash plumes rose 900 meters above the summit.
Ashfall was reported in Toshima Village (4 km SSW) during 19-20 November.
Source: Japan Meteorological Agency Weekly Volcanic Activity Report 15-22 Nov 2019
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