Mt. Asamasan erupted first time after a period of 6 years from 2009

Following up this article.. Japan Meteorological Agency raised the warning level of Mt. Asamasan / Possibility of eruption [URL]


At 9:30 AM of 6/16/2015, Mt. Asamasan erupted. It was reported to Japan Meteorological Agency that volcanic ash was observed at 4km area from the crater so the agency confirmed.

They prohibited entering 2km radius area. This is the first time after a period of 6 years from 5/27/2009.

Volcanic earthquake has been occurring 60 – 70 times a day since 6/11/2015. There is a possibility that the volcanic activity increases.




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Le Mt. Asamasan entre en éruption pour la première fois depuis 2009, il y a 6 ans


Article lié : La Japan Meteorological Agency relève le niveau d’alerte du Mt. Asamasan : éruption possible

Le 16 juin 2015 à 09:30, le Mt. Asamasan est entré en éruption. La Japan Meteorological Agency a rapporté que vu que les cendres volcaniques ont été observées à 4 km du cratère elle le confirme.
Ils interdisent l’entrée dans la zone des 2 km de rayon. C’est la première éruption depuis le 27 mai 2009, il y a 6 ans.
Les séismes volcaniques se produisent de 60 à 70 fois par jour depuis le 11 juin 2015. Il est possible que l’activité volcanique augmente encore.

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June 2015