Potential eruption of Hakone would trigger the eruption of Mt. Fuji
On 2/18/2013, Fukushima Diary reported the unusually frequent earthquake in Hakone, which could be a sign of eruption.
(cf, [Sign of eruption ?] There has been over 1300 quakes in Hakone since mid January of 2013 [URL])
A professor emeritus Kimura from Ryukyu university commented the potential eruption of Hakome may trigger the eruption of Mt. Fuji because these two volcanos share the same ground.
Experts are trying to research low‐frequency earthquake. Low‐frequency earthquake occurs just before an eruption or after. It’s caused by the movement of magma. Magma comes from south volcanos, Miharayama and Miyakejima to Hakone.
Kimura comments these two volcanos (Miharayama and Miyakejima) have already erupted, it wouldn’t be strange even if Hakone erupts too, which may trigger the eruption of Mt. Fuji.
Le professeur émérite Kimura de l’université de Ryukyu en dit que la probable éruption d’Hakome peut déclencher une éruption du Mt. Fuji parce que ces deux volcans partagent le même sous-sol.
Les experts essayent de détecter les séismes basse-fréquence. Les séismes basse‐fréquence surviennent juste avant ou après les éruptions. Ils sont provoqués par les mouvements du magma. Le magma vient par les volcans du Sud, les Miharayama et Miyakejima vers celui d’Hakone.
le Pr Kimura dit que ces deux volcans (le Miharayama et le Miyakejima) ont déjà fait leur éruption, il ne serait pas étonnant que même le Hakone entre en éruption lui aussi, ce qui pourrait déclencher une éruption du Mt. Fuji.
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