Volcanic gas volume jumped up 56 times much as average in Mt. Asamasan

Following up this article.. Mt. Asamasan erupted first time after a period of 6 years from 2009 [URL]


On 6/25/2015, Japan Meteorological Agency announced the daily volcanic gas (sulfur dioxide) volume increased to 5,600 t on 6/25/2015.

This is 56 times much as the end of May and the largest amount since 2009. This is over 5 times much as a day before recent eruption eruption.

They reported the volcanic activity is becoming even more intense regardless of the continuous eruptions.







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Au volcan Asamasan, le volume des gaz émis s’est multiplié par 56


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

Le 25 juillet 2015, la Japan Meteorological Agency annonce que le volume quotidien des gaz (dioxyde de souffre) est passé à 5 600 t ce même jour.

C’est 56 fois plus que fin mai et le record depuis 2009. C’est plus de 5 fois plus que la veille de l’éruption.
Ils disent que l’activité volcanique continue de s’intensifier en dépit des éruptions continues.


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June 2015