[Express] “Large landslide in Yamanashi, ground rumbling for a couple of weeks”

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・・・This is the picture of the landslide in Uenohara city Yamanashi. It faces the reservoir in the North of Teikyo university of science. I’ve heard the ground rumble for a couple of times for these 2~3 weeks.

[Express] "Large landslide in Yamanashi, ground rumbling for a couple of weeks"


This is 45km North East of Mt. Fuji.

In 100km South West of Mt. Fuji, a large landslide has been seen since 4/23/2013.

(cf, [Sign of Mt. Fuji activity?] Large landslide happened in 100km from Mt. Fuji, 80m high, 70m wide [URL])



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[Express] “Grand glissement de terrain à Yamanashi, le sol gronde depuis  une quinzaine”

Présentation des Tweets important sous [Express] pour mises à jours simultanées.


・・・C’est une photo du glissement de terrain dans la commune d’Uenohara dans Yamanashi. C’est en face du réservoir au nord de l’université des sciences de Teikyo. J’ai entendu les grondements du sol une paire de fois ces 2~3 dernières semaines.

[Express] "Large landslide in Yamanashi, ground rumbling for a couple of weeks"

C’est à 45 km au Nord Est du Mt. Fuji.
A 100 km au Sud Ouest du Mt. Fuji, un grand glissement de terrain a été constaté depuis le 23 avril 2013. (cf. [Signe d’activité du Mt. Fuji ?] Un grand glissement de terrain à 100 km du Mt. Fuji, 80 m de haut, 70 m de large)

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April 2013