[Sign of Mt. Fuji activity?] The large landslide accelerates, 40m more to go

On 4/23/2013, Fukushima Diary reported the landslide in 100km from Mt. Fuji.

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

On 4/25/2013, the landslide is accelerating. At 22:00 of 4/25/2013, another major landslide took place.

There is still 40m of the ground crack over the mountain. The width of the crack is spreading increasingly.

On 4/24/2013, it was 3~4mm/h but it becamse 6mm/h on 4/25/2013.


More videos → http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/videonews/ann?a=20130425-00000040-ann-soci

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[Signe d’activité du Mt. Fuji ?] Le grand glissement de terrain s’accélère, il reste 40 m de fissures


Le 23 avril 2013, le Fukushima Diary rapportait un glissement de terrain à 100 km du Mt. Fuji. (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)

Le 25 avril 2013, le glissement de terrain s’accélère. Le 25 avril 2013 à 22:00, un autre grand glissement de terrain a eu lieu.
Il reste encore 40 m de fissure dans la montagne. La largeur de la fissure augment progressivement.
Le 24 avril 2013, c’était à 3~4 mm/h mais c’est monté à 6 mm/h le 25 avril 2013.

Plus de vidéos → http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/videonews/ann?a=20130425-00000040-ann-soci

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April 2013