New crater appeared on the new volcanic island / Erupting every 10 seconds / Expert “Extremely active”

Magma spreading from the new crater



Following up this article..


Following up this article.. New volcanic island grew bigger than the main island [URL]

According to Geological survey of Japan and the Maritime Safety Agency, the new volcanic island has absorbed the neighboring main island and still keeps growing.

At the moment of 5/21/2014, it’s already 86 times large as when it was found for the first time last November, 5 times large as the main island before the eruption.

It has been 6 months, but there is no sign to slow down. Prof. Nogami from Tokyo Inst. of Technology comments they need throughout research to identify what makes it keep erupting continuously.

Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii is famous for its continuous eruption but the underground structure is different from Japan.

(New volcanic island still erupting / Experts “Can’t understand why magma can be coming out for half a year” [URL 2])


On 6/16/2014, the Maritime Safety Agency reported that a new crater appeared on the new volcanic island.


It was observed on 6/13/2014, spreading magma and white and blue white volcanic fumes on the east part of the island (The picture above).

The most active crater located in the north part of the island was seen erupting every 10 seconds.

Prof. Nogami from Tokyo Inst. of Technology commented new magma is stably supplied, the volcanic activity is still extremely active.




The state of the new volcanic island on 6/13/2014

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Français :

Un nouveau cratère sur la nouvelle île volcanique / éruption toutes les 10 secondes /  un expert : “Extrêmement actif”


Le magma s’épanchant du nouveau cratère

Voir aussi : La nouvelle île volcanique est maintenant plus grande que l’île principale

Selon Geological survey of Japan et la Maritime Safety Agency, La nouvelle île volcanique a absorbé la principale île voisine et continue de grandir.
Au 21 mai 2014, elle était déjà 86 fois plus large que ce qu’elle l’était lorsqu’elle a été découverte en novembre dernier, 5 fois plus grande que ce qu’était l’île principale avant l’éruption.
Ça fait 6 mois et il n’y a aucun signe de ralentissement. Le Pr. Nogami du Tokyo Inst. of Technology déclare qu’ils ont besoin de faire des recherches approfondies pour identifier ce qui maintient cette éruption continue.
Le volcan Kilauea d’Hawaii est célèbre pour ses éruptions continues mais la structure souterraine y est différente de celle du Japon.
(in La nouvelle île volcanique toujours en éruption / Experts : “On ne comprend pas pourquoi du magma remonte encore au bout de 6 mois”)

Le 16 juin 2014, l’Agence de Sécurité Maritime rapportait qu’un nouveau cratère se formait sur la nouvelle île volcanique.

Le 13 juin 2014 on observait un épanchement de magma et des fumées volcaniques bleues et blanches à l’Est de l’île  (photo ci-dessus).
Le cratère le plus actif est celui au nord de l’île, il a été vu en éruption toutes les 10 secondes.
Le Pr. Nogami du Tokyo Inst. of Technology a déclaré que le nouveau magma est alimenté de façon stable, l’activité volcanique reste extrêmement forte.

État de la nouvelle île volcanique au 13 juin 2014

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June 2014