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volcano list of RUSSIA MAINLAND- CHINA- MONGOLIA- COREA- colored numbers on map: 01- 25
Index volcanoes ofRUSSIA MAINLAND- CHINA- MONGOLIA- COREA Nrs. 01- 25 ( colored numbers)
Nr
Name/USGS datalink:

geographical position

latitude/ longitude

volcano number: volcano type:
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others
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01 SIKHOTE-ALIN

47°0'0"N/ 137°30'0"E

1002-01-

Volcanic field

Ho*

SIKHOTE-ALIN      
02 UDOKAN PLATEAU

56°17'0"N/ 117°46'0"E

1002-03-

Pyroclastic cones

R*

UDOKAN PLATEAU      
03 VITIM PLATEAU

53°42'0"N/ 113°18'0"E

1002-04-

Cinder cones

Ho*

VITIM PLATEAU      
04 TUNKIN DEPRESSION

51°30'0"N/ 102°30'0"E

1002-05-

Volcanic field

Ho?

TUNKIN DEPRESSION      
05 OKA PLATEAU

52°42'0"N / 98°59'0"E

1002-06-

Cinder cones

Ho

OKA PLATEAU      
06 AZAS PLATEAU

52°31'0"N/ 98°36'0"E

1002-07-

Volcanic field

Ho

AZAS PLATEAU      
MONGOLIA  
07 TARYATU-CHULUTU         TARYATU-CHULUTU      
08 KHANUY GOL         KHANUY GOL      
09 BUS-OBO         BUS- OBU      
10 DARIGANGA VOLCANIC FIELD         DARIGANGA VOLCANIC FIELD      
11 MIDDLE GOBI         MIDDLE GOBI      
CHINA WESTERN)  
12 TURFAN         TURFAN      
13 TIANSHAN VOLCANIC GROUP         TIANSHAN Volcanic Group      
14 KUNLUN VOLCANIC GROUP         KUNLUN      
15 UNNAMED         UNNAMED (1)      
CHINA ( Eastern)  
16 HONGGEERTU

41°28'0"N/ 113°0'0"E

1005-01-

Cinder cones

Ho?

HONGGEERTU      
17 ARSHAN

47°30'0"N/ 120°42'0"E

1005-011

Cinder cones

R

ARSHAN      
18 KELUE GROUP

49°22'0"N/ 125°55'0"E

1005-02-

Pyroclastic cones

Ho

KELUE GROUP      
19 WUDALIANCHI

48°43'0"N/ 126°7'0"E

1005-03-

Volcanic field

Hi

WUDALIANCHI      
20 JINGBO

44°5'0"N/ 128°50'0"E

1005-04-

Volcanic field

R

JINGBO      
21 LONGGANG GROUP

42°20'0"N/ 126°30'0"E

1005-05-

Cinder cones

R

LONGGANG GROUP      
22 CHANGBAISHAN

41°59'0"N/ 128°5'0"E

1005-06-

Stratovolcano

Hi

CHANGAISHAN    

1903/ 2012?

COREA  
23 XIANJINDAO         XIANJINDAO      
24 CH'UGA-RYONG         CH'UGA-RYONG      
25 ULREUNG         ULREUNG      
26 HALLA         HALLA      
                   
                     
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volcano list of TAIWAN and JAPAN/ RYUKYU ISLANDS AND KYUSHU- numbers on map:. 01- 28
Nr
geographical position

latitude/ longitude

Name/USGS datalink:
volcano number:
volcano type:
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others
TAIWAN:              
01 20°56'0"N/ 134°45'0"E UNNAMED ( 1) 0801-01= submarine volcano ? U* UNNAMED ( 1)      
02 19°10'0"N/ 132°15'0"E UNNAMED (2) 0801-011 submarine volcano ? U* UNNAMED (2)      
03 21°50'0"N/ 121°11'0"E UNNAMED (3) 0801-02= submarine volcano U* UNNAMED (3)      
04 24°0'0"N/ 121°50'0"E UNNAMED (4) 0801-03= submarine volcano Hi* UNNAMED (4)      
05 24°51'0"N/ 121°55'0"E KUEISHANTAO 0801-031 Stratovolcano Hi* KUEISHANTAO      
06 25°10'0"N/ 121°31'0"E TATUN GROUP 0801-032 Lava domes R* TATUN GROUP      
07 25°24'0"N/ 122°12'0"E UNNAMED (5) 0801-04= submarine volcano U* UNNAMED (5)      
08 25°38'0"N/ 122°4'0"E PENGCHIAHSU 0801041A Stratovolcano P* F* PENGCHIAHSU      
09 26°11'0"N/ 122°27'30"E ZENGYU 0801-05= submarine volcano ? U* ZENGYU      
RYUKYU ISLAND:              
10 24°33'30"N/ 124°0'0"E IRIOMOTE-JIMA 0802-01= submarine volcano Hi* IRIOMOTE-JIMA      
11 27°52'38"N/ 128°13'28"E IWO-TORI-SHIMA 0802-02= Conplex volcano Hi* IWO-TORI-SHIMA volcano      
12 28°47'49"N/ 128°59'49"E YOKOATE-JIMA 0802-021 Stratovolcano Hi* YOKOATE-JIMA      
13 29°27'41"N/ 129°35'49"E AKUSEKI-JIMA 0802-022 Stratovolcano Ho?* AKUSEKI-JIMA      
14 SUWANOSE-JIMA 29°38'5"N/ 129°42'58"E 0802-03= Stratovolcano Hi* SUWANOSE-JIMA      
15 29°51'20"N/ 129°51'33"E NAKANO-SHIMA 0802-04= Stratovolcano Hi* NAKANO-SHIMA      
16 29°52'44"N/ 129°37'29"E KOGAJA-JIMA 0802-041 Lava domes Ho?* KOGAJA-JIMA      
17 29°57'52"N/ 129°55'39"E KUCHINO-SHIMA 0802-043 Stratovolcano R* KUCHINO-SHIMA      
18 30°26'23"N/ 130°13'10"E KUCHINOERABU-JIMA 0802-05= Stratovolcano Hi* KUCHINOERABU-JIMA      
19 KIKAI 30°47'22"N/ 130°18'27"E 0802-06= Caldera Hi* KIKAI      
KYUSHU ISLANDS:              
20 31°13'0"N/ 130°34'0"E IBUSUKI VOLCANIC FIELD 0802-07= Calderas Hi* IBUSUKI VOLCANIC FIELD      
21 SAKURA-JIMA 31°35'6"N/ 130°39'25"E 0802-08= Stratovolcano Hi* SAKURA-JIMA ...
22 31°46'6"N/ 130°35'39"E SUMIYOSHI-IKE 0802-081 Maars R* SUMIYOSHI-IKE      
23 KIRISHIMA

31°55'51"N/ 130°51'50"E

0802-09= Shield volcano Hi* KIRISHIMA SHINMOE DAKE
24 32°39'11"N/ 128°51'4"E FUKUE-JIMA 0802-091 Shield volcanoes T* FUKUE-JIMA      
25 32°45'24"N/ 130°17'40"E UNZEN 0802-10= Conplex volcano Hi* UNZEN    
26 32°52'51"N/ 131°6'23"E ASO 0802-11= Caldera Hi* ASO
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27 33°4'57"N/ 131°15'5"E KUJU 0802-12= Stratovolcano Hi* KUJU      
28 33°17'0"N/ 131°25'56"E TSURUMI 0802-13= Lava domes Hi* TSURUMI      
                   
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** about the Google Earth feature:
Hi* = historical
Us= Uranium series C* = Caldera  
F* = Fumarolic R* = Radiocarbon   P* = Pleistocene
      u* = uncertain   A* = Anthropology
volcano list of JAPAN/ HONSHU- ISLAND- numbers on map: 29- 74
Index volcanoes of: HONSHU ISLAND Nrs 29- 74
Nr
Name/USGS datalink:

geographic position

latitude( longitude:

volcano number: volcano type:
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HONSHU ISLAND              
29 ABU 34°30'0"N/ 131°36'0"E 0803-001 Shield volcano TL* ABU      
30 SANBE 35°8'0"N/ 132°37'0"E 0803-002 Stratovolcano R* SANBE      
31 OKI-DOGO 36°10'35"N/ 133°20'3"E 0803-003 Shield volcano A* OKI-DOGO      
32 IZU-TOBU 34°53'59"N/ 139°5'52"E 0803-01= Pyroclastic cones Hi* IZU-TOBU      
33 HAKONE 35°13'48"N/ 139°1'26"E 0803-02= Complex volcano R* HAKONE      
34 FUJI 35°21'27"N/ 138°43'50"E 0803-03= Stratovolcano Hi* FUJI
35 KITA YATSUGA-TAKE 36°6'0"N/ 138°18'0"E 0803-031 Stratovolcanoes R* KITA YATSUGA-TAKE      
36 ON-TAKE 35°53'23"N/ 137°29'0"E 0803-04= Complex volcano Hi* ON-TAKE    
37 HAKU-SAN 36°9'7"N/ 136°46'28"E 0803-05= Stratovolcano Hi* HAKU-SAN      
38 NORIKURA 36°6'12"N/ 137°33'24"E 0803-06= Stratovolcanoes R* NORIKURA  
39 YAKE-DAKE 36°13'25"N/ 137°35'24"E 0803-07= Stratovolcanoes Hi* YAKE-DAKE  
40 WASHIBA-KUMONOTAIRA 36°24'29"N/ 137°35'39"E 0803-071 Shield volcanoes Ho* WASHIBA-KUMONOTAIRA      
41 TATE-YAMA 36°34'5"N/ 137°35'34"E 0803-08= Stratovolcano Hi* TATE-YAMA      
42 NIIGATA-YAKE-YAMA 36°55'4"N/ 138°2'21"E 0803-09= Lava dome Hi* NIIGATA-YAKE-YAMA      
43 MYOKO 36°53'18"N/ 138°7'0"E 0803-10= Stratovolcano R* MYOKO    
44 ASAMA 36°24'12"N/ 138°31'34"E 0803-11= Complex volcano Hi* ASAMA
45 KUSATSU-SHIRANE 36°37'11"N/ 138°32'6"E 0803-12= Stratovolcano Hi* KUSATSU-SHIRANE      
46 SHIGA 36°41'15"N/ 138°31'9"E 0803-121 Shield volcanoes Ho* SHIGA      
47 HARUNA 36°28'26"N/ 138°52'53"E 0803-122 Stratovolcano A* HARUNA      
48 AKAGI 36°33'26"N/ 139°11'47"E 0803-13= Stratovolcanoes Ho?* AKAGI      
49 HIUCHI 36°57'7"N/ 139°17'19"E 0803-131 Stratovolcano Hi* HIUCHI  
50 NIKKO-SHIRANE 36°47'44"N/ 139°22'45"E 0803-14= Shield volcanoes Hi* NIKKO-SHIRANE    
51 NANTAI 36°45'43"N/ 139°29'39"E 0803-141 Stratovolcano R* NANTAI      
52 OMANAGO GROUP 36°47'32"N/ 139°30'37"E 0803-142 Lava domes Hi* OMANAGO GROUP      
53 TAKAHARA 139°46'48"E/ 36°53'49"N 0803-143 Stratovolcano Ho* TAKAHARA      
54 NASU 37°7'18"N/ 139°57'58"E 0803-15= Stratovolcanoes Hi* NASU      
55 NUMAZAWA 37°27'1"N/ 139°34'44"E 0803-151 Shield volcanoes R* NUMAZAWA      
56 BANDAI 37°35'53"N/ 140°4'32"E 0803-16= Stratovolcano Hi* BANDAI
57 ADATARA 37°38'39"N/ 140°17'10"E 0803-17= Stratovolcano Hi* ADATARA      
58 AZUMA 37°43'56"N/ 140°14'52"E 0803-18= Stratovolcano Hi* AZUMA      
59 ZAO 38°8'26"N/ 140°26'34"E 0803-19= Complex volcano Hi* ZAO      
60 HIJIORI 38°36'21"N/ 140°10'42"E 0803-191 Caldera Ho* HIJIORI      
61 NARUGO 38°43'59"N/ 140°43'54"E 0803-20= Caldera Hi* NARUGO      
62 ONIKOBE 38°49'48"N/ 140°41'42"E 080320=A Caldera P* G* ONIKOBE      
63 KURIKOMA 38°57'29"N/ 140°47'31"E 0803-21= Stratovolcano Hi* KURIKOMA      
64 CHOKAI 39°5'47"N/ 140°3'8"E 0803-22= Stratovolcano Hi* CHOKAI  
65 AKITA-KOMAGA-TAKE 39°45'30"N/ 140°48'10"E 0803-23= Stratovolcano Hi* AKITA-KOMAGA-TAKE      
66 IWATE 39°50'59"N/ 141°0'16"E 0803-24= Complex volcano Hi* IWATE
67 HACHIMANTAI 39°57'18"N/ 140°51'27"E 0803-25= Stratovolcano R* HACHIMANTAI      
68 AKITA-YAKE-YAMA 39°57'40"N/ 140°45'38"E 0803-26= Stratovolcano Hi* AKITA-YAKE-YAMA      
69 MEGATA 39°57'0"N/ 139°44'0"E 0803-262 Maars T* MEGATA      
70 IWAKI 40°39'12"N/ 140°18'24"E 0803-27= Stratovolcano Hi* IWAKI    
71 TOWADA 40°28'0"N/ 140°55'0"E 0803-271 Caldera Hi* TOWADA      
72 HAKKODA GROUP 40°39'22"N/ 140°52'51"E 0803-28= Stratovolcanoes R* HAKKODA GROUP      
73 OSORE-YAMA 41°16'33"N/ 141°7'25"E 0803-29= Stratovolcano Hi* OSORE-YAMA      
74 MUTSU-HIUCHI-DAKE 41°26'11"N/ 141°3'23"E 080329-A Stratovolcano P* F* MUTSU-HIUCHI-DAKE      
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** about the Google Earth feature:
Hi* = historical
 
  TL* = Thermoluminescence      
       
volcano list of JAPAN/ IZO and VOLCANO ISLANDS- numbers on map: 75- 105
Nr
Name/USGS datalink:
  volcano number: volcano type:
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75 OSHIMA 34°43'17"N/ 139°23'52"E 0804-01= Stratovolcano Hi* OSHIMA    
76 TO-SHIMA 34°31'1"N/ 139°16'57"E 0804-011 Stratovolcano T* TO-SHIMA    
77 NII-JIMA 34°23'36"N/ 139°16'24"E 0804-02= Lava domes Hi* NII-JIMA    
78 KOZU-SHIMA 34°12'58"N/ 139°9'23"E 0804-03= Lava domes Hi* KOZU-SHIMA    
79 MIYAKE-JIMA 34°4'43"N/ 139°31'46"E 0804-04= Stratovolcano Hi* MIYAKE-JIMA    
80 MIKURA-JIMA 33°52'16"N/ 139°36'18"E 0804-041 Stratovolcano T* MIKURA-JIMA    
81 KUROSE HOLE 33°24'0"N/ 139°41'0"E 0804-042 Submarine volcano Ho?* KUROSE HOLE    
82 HACHIJO-JIMA 33°8'0"N/ 139°46'9"E 0804-05= Stratovolcano Hi* HACHIJO-JIMA    
83 AOGA-SHIMA 32°27'15"N/ 139°45'44"E 0804-06= Stratovolcano Hi* AOGA-SHIMA    
84 MYOJIN KNOLL 32°6'0"N/ 139°51'0"E 0804-061 Submarine volcano Ho?* MYOJIN KNOLL    
85 BAYONNAISE ROCKS 31°53'0"N/ 139°55'0"E 0804-07= Submarine volcano Hi* BAYONNAISE ROCKS    
86 SMITH ROCK 31°26'9"N/ 140°3'13"E 0804-08= Submarine volcano Hi* SMITH ROCK    
87 TORI-SHIMA 30°28'48"N/ 140°18'22"E 0804-09= Stratovolcano Hi* TORI-SHIMA    
88 SOFUGAN 29°47'22"N/ 140°20'43"E 0804-091 Stratovolcano U* SOFUGAN    
89 SUIYO SEAMOUNT 28°36'0"N/ 140°38'0"E 0804-093 Submarine volcano F* SUIYO SEAMOUNT    
90 MOKUYO SEAMOUNT 28°19'0"N/ 140°34'0"E 0804-094 Submarine volcano F* MOKUYO SEAMOUNT    
91 DOYO SEAMOUNT 27°41'0"N/ 140°48'0"E 0804-095 Submarine volcano F* DOYO SEAMOUNT    
VOLCANO            
92 NISHINO-SHIMA 27°16'27"N/ 140°52'56"E 0804-096 Caldera Hi* NISHINO-SHIMA    
93 KAIKATA SEAMOUNT 26°40'0"N/ 141°0'0"E 0804-097 Submarine volcano F* KAIKATA SEAMOUNT    
94 UNNAMED (1) 26°8'0"N/ 144°29'0"E 0804-101 Submarine volcano? U* UNNAMED (1)    
95 KITA-IWO-JIMA 25°25'25"N/ 141°17'2"E 0804-11= Stratovolcano Hi* KITA-IWO-JIMA    
96 IOTO [IWO-JIMA] 24°45'13"N/ 141°17'25"E 0804-12= Caldera Hi* IOTO [IWO-JIMA]    
97 KITA-FUKUTOKUTAI 24°24'50"N/ 141°25'7"E 0804-121 Submarine volcano Hi* KITA-FUKUTOKUTAI    
98 FUKUTOKU-OKANOBA 24°17'0"N/ 141°29'6"E 0804-13= Submarine volcano Hi* FUKUTOKU-OKANOBA    
99 MINAMI-HIYOSHI 23°29'48"N/ 141°56'24"E 0804-131 Submarine volcano Hi* MINAMI-HIYOSHI    
100 NIKKO 23°4'30"N/ 142°18'30"E 0804-132 Submarine volcano F* NIKKO    
101 FUKUJIN 21°56'0"N/ 143°28'0"E 0804-133 Submarine volcano Hi* FUKUJIN    
102 KASUGA 21°45'54"N/ 143°42'36"E 0804-134 Submarine volcano Hi* KASUGA    
103 MINAMI KASUGA 21°36'0"N/ 143°38'12"E 0804-135 Submarine volcano Ho* MINAMI KASUGA    
104 NEW EIFUKU 21°29'5"N/ 144°2'35"E 0804-136 Submarine volcano F* NW EIFUKU    
105 DAIKOKU 21°19'25"N/ 144°11'40"E 0804-137 Submarine volcano F* DAIKOKU    
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Hi* = historical
 
P* = Pleistocene
R* = Radiocarbon
F* = Fumarolic
H*= Hydrophonic
volcano list of JAPAN/ MARIANA ISLANDS- numbers on map: 106- 125
Index volcanoes of MARIANA ISLANDS- Nrs 106- 125
Nr
Name/USGS datalink:

geographical position

latitude/ longitude

volcano number: volcano type:
find volcano on Google Earth**
volcano webcam: others
local survey
MARIANA ISLANDS              
106 UNNAMED (2) 21°0'0"N/ 142°54'0"E 0804-138 Submarine volcano? U* UNNAMED (2)      
107 UNNAMED (3) 20°18'0"N/ 143°12'0"E 0804-139 Submarine volcano? U* UNNAMED (3)      
108 FARALLON DE PAJAROS 20°32'17"N/ 144°53'45"E 0804-14= Stratovolcano Hi* FARALLON DE PAJAROS      
109 AHYI 20°25'0"N/ 145°2'0"E 0804-141 Submarine volcano S* AHYI      
110 SUPPLY REEF 20°8'0"N/ 145°6'0"E 0804-142 Submarine volcano H* SUPPLY REEF      
111 MAUG ISLANDS 20°1'0"N/ 145°13'0"E 0804-143 Stratovolcano F* MAUG ISLANDS      
112 ASUNCION 19°40'15"N/ 145°24'20"E 0804-15= Stratovolcano Hi* ASUNCION      
113 AGRIGAN 18°46'0"N/ 145°40'0"E 0804-16= Stratovolcano Hi* AGRIGAN      
114 PAGAN 18°8'0"N/ 145°48'0"E 0804-17= Stratovolcano Hi* PAGAN     USGS
115 ALAMAGAN 17°36'0"N/ 145°50'0"E 0804-18= Stratovolcano R* ALAMAGAN      
116 GUGUAN 17°18'26"N/ 145°50'41"E 0804-19= Stratovolcano Hi* GUGUAN      
117 ZEALANDIA BANK 16°53'0"N/ 145°51'0"E 0804-191 Stratovolcano F* ZEALANDIA BANK      
118 SARIGAN 16°42'30"N/ 145°47'0"E 0804-192 Stratovolcano Ho* SARIGAN      
119 ANATAHAN 16°21'0"N/ 145°40'0"E 0804-20= Stratovolcano Hi* ANATAHAN      
120 EAST DIAMANTE 15°56'0"N/ 145°40'0"E 0804-201 Submarine volcano F* EAST DIAMANTE      
121 RUBY 15°37'0"N/ 145°34'0"E 0804-202 Submarine volcano Hi* RUBY      
122 ESMERALDA BANK 15°0'0"N/ 145°15'0"E 0804-21= Submarine volcano F*        
123 NW ROTA-1 14°36'4"N/ 144°46'31"E 0804-211 Submarine volcano Hi* NW ROTA-1      
124 FORECAST SEAMOUNT 13°24'0"N/ 143°55'0"E 0804-22- Submarine volcano F* FORECAST SEAMOUNT      
125 SEAMOUNT X 13°15'0"N/ 144°1'0"E 0804-23- Submarine volcano F* SEAMOUNT X      
                       
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Explanations
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** about the Google Earth feature:
Hi* = historical
Us= Uranium series C* = Caldera  
F* = Fumarolic R* = Radiocarbon  
      H*= Hydrophonic  
volcano list of JAPAN/ HOKKAIDO ISLAND- numbers on map: 126- 144
Index volcanoes of HOKKAIDO- Nrs. 126- 144
Nr
Name/USGS datalink:

geographical position

latitude/ longitude

volcano number: volcano type:
find volcano on Google Earth**
volcano webcam: others
others
HOKKAIDO:              
126 OSHIMA-OSHIMA 41°30'25"N/ 139°22'16"E 0805-01= Stratovolcano Hi* OSHIMA-OSHIMA      
127 E-SAN 41°48'8"N/ 141°10'11"E 0805-011 Stratovolcano Hi* E-SAN      
128 KOMAGA-TAKE 42°3'39"N/ 140°40'51"E 0805-02= Stratovolcano Hi* KOMAGA-TAKE      
129 NIGORIGAWA 42°7'0"N/ 140°27'0"E 0805021A Hydrothermal field P* F* NIGORIGAWA      
130 USU 42°32'29"N/ 140°50'34"E 0805-03= Stratovolcano Hi* USU    
131 NISEKO 42°53'0"N/ 140°38'0"E 0805-031 Stratovolcanoes T* NISEKO    
132 YOTEI 42°49'47"N/ 140°48'54"E 0805-032 Stratovolcanoes T* YOTEI ..
133 KUTTARA 42°29'20"N/ 141°9'48"E 0805-034 Stratovolcanoes T* KUTTARA      
134 SHIKOTSU 42°41'17"N/ 141°22'49"E 0805-04= Caldera Hi* SHIKOTSU    
135 RISHIRI 45°11'0"N/ 141°15'0"E 0805-041 Stratovolcano Hi* RISHIRI    
136 TOKACHI 43°24'56"N/ 142°41'25"E 0805-05= Stratovolcano Hi* TOKACHI      
137 DAISETSU 43°39'40"N/ 142°51'29"E 0805-06= Stratovolcanoes T* DAISETSU    
138 NIPESOTSU-MARUYAMA 43°27'12"N/ 143°2'10"E 0805-061 Stratovolcanoes Hi* NIPESOTSU-MARUYAMA      
139 SHIKARIBETSU GROUP 43°18'44"N/ 143°5'44"E 0805-062 Lava domes Ho?* SHIKARIBETSU GROUP      
140 AKAN 43°23'3"N/ 144°0'46"E 0805-07= Caldera Hi* AKAN      
141 KUTCHARO 43°36'28"N/ 144°26'33"E 0805-08= Caldera T* KUTCHARO      
142 MASHU 43°34'11"N/ 144°33'55"E 0805-081 Caldera R* MASHU      
143 RAUSU 44°4'24"N/ 145°7'35"E 0805-082 Stratovolcano R* RAUSU  
144 SHIRETOKO-IWO-ZAN 44°7'51"N/ 145°9'55"E 0805-09= Stratovolcano Hi* SHIRETOKO-IWO-ZAN      
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volcano list of RUSSIA/ KURIL ISLANDS- yellow numbers on map: 01- 49
Index volcanoes of the KURIL ISLANDS Nrs. 01- 49 ( on map: yellow numbers)
Nr
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geographical position

latitude/ longitude

volcano number: volcano type:
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KURIL ISLANDS:              
01 GOLOVNIN 43°50'28"N/ 145°30'31"E 0900-01= Caldera Hi* GOLOVNIN      
02 MENDELEEV 43°58'35"N/ 145°44'10"E 0900-02= Stratovolcano Hi* MENDELEEV      
03 SMIRNOV 44°25'11"N/ 146°8'5"E 0900-021 Stratovolcano Ho* SMIRNOV      
04 TIATIA 44°21'3"N/ 146°15'23"E 0900-03= Stratovolcano Hi* TIATIA      
05 BERUTARUBE 44°27'33"N/ 146°56'11"E 0900-04= Stratovolcano Ho* BERUTARUBE      
06 LVINAYA PAST 44°36'30"N/ 146°59'38"E 0900-041 Stratovolcano R* LVINAYA PAST      
07 ATSONUPURI 44°48'18"N/ 147°8'6"E 0900-05= Stratovolcano Hi* ATSONUPURI      
08 BOGATYR RIDGE 44°49'59"N/ 147°20'31"E 0900-06= Stratovolcano Ho* BOGATYR RIDGE      
09 UNNAMED 45°2'0"N/ 147°12'30"E 0900-061 Submarine volcano U* UNNAMED (1)      
10 GROZNY GROUP 45°1'34"N/ 147°55'19"E 0900-07= Complex volcanoes Hi* GROZNY GROUP      
11 BARANSKY 45°5'50"N/ 148°1'27"E 0900-08= Stratovolcano Hi* BARANSKY      
12 CHIRIP 45°20'17"N/ 147°55'30"E 0900-09= Stratovolcano Hi* CHIRIP      
13 GOLETS-TORNYI GROUP 45°15'0"N/ 148°21'0"E 0900-091 Pyroclastic cones Ho?* GOLETS-TORNYI GROUP      
14 MEDVEZHIA 45°23'12"N/ 148°50'33"E 0900-10= Somma volcano Hi* MEDVEZHIA      
15 DEMON 45°30'0"N/ 148°51'0"E 0900-11- Stratovolcano Ho* DEMON      
16 IVAO GROUP 45°46'0"N/ 149°41'0"E 0900-111 Cinder cones Ho* IVAO GROUP      
17 RUDAKOV 45°53'0"N/ 149°50'0"E 0900-112 Stratovolcano Ho?* RUDAKOV      
18 TRI SESTRY 45°56'0"N/ 149°55'0"E 0900-113 Stratovolcano Ho?* TRI SESTRY      
19 KOLOKOL GROUP 46°2'30"N/ 150°3'0"E 0900-12= Somma volcanoes Hi* KOLOKOL GROUP      
20 UNNAMED (2) 46°6'0"N/ 150°30'0"E 0900-13- Submarine volcano U* UNNAMED (2)      
21 CHIRPOI 46°31'30"N/ 150°52'30"E 0900-15= Caldera Hi* CHIRPOI      
22 UNNAMED (3) 46°28'0"N/ 151°17'0"E 0900-16= Submarine volcano H* UNNAMED (3)      
23 MILNE 46°49'0"N/ 151°47'0"E 0900-161 Somma volcano Ho* MILNE      
24 GORIASCHAIA SOPKA 46°50'0"N/ 151°45'0"E 0900-17= Stratovolcano Hi* GORIASCHAIA SOPKA      
25 ZAVARITZKI CALDERA 46°55'30"N/ 151°57'0"E 0900-18= Caldera Hi* ZAVARITZKI CALDERA      
26 PREVO PEAK 47°1'0"N/ 152°7'0"E 0900-19= Stratovolcano Hi* PREVO PEAK      
27 URATAMAN 47°7'0"N/ 152°15'0"E 0900-191 Somma volcano Ho* URATAMAN      
28 KETOI 47°21'0"N/ 152°28'30"E 0900-20= Stratovolcano Hi* KETOI      
29 USHISHUR 47°31'0"N/ 152°48'0"E 0900-21= Caldera Hi* USHISHUR      
30 SREDNII 47°36'0"N/ 152°55'0"E 0900-211 Submarine volcano Ho* SREDNII      
31 RASSHUA 47°46'0"N/ 153°1'0"E 0900-22= Stratovolcano Hi* RASSHUA      
32 UNNAMED ( 4) 48°5'0"N/ 153°20'0"E 0900-23= Submarine volcano Hi* UNNAMED ( 4)      
33 SARYCHEV PEAK 48°5'30"N/ 153°12'0"E 0900-24= Stratovolcano Hi* SARYCHEV PEAK      
34 RAIKOKE 48°17'30"N/ 153°15'0"E 0900-25= Stratovolcano Hi* RAIKOKE      
35 CHIRINKOTAN 48°59'0"N/ 153°29'0"E 0900-26= Stratovolcano Hi* CHIRINKOTAN      
36 EKARMA 48°57'30"N/ 153°56'0"E 0900-27= Stratovolcano Hi* EKARMA      
37 KUNTOMINTAR 48°45'0"N/ 154°1'0"E 090028=A Hydrothermal field P* F* KUNTOMINTAR      
38 SINARKA 48°52'30"N/ 154°10'30"E 0900-29= Stratovolcano Hi* SINARKA      
39 KHARIMKOTAN 49°7'0"N/ 154°30'30"E 0900-30= Stratovolcano Hi* KHARIMKOTAN      
40 TAO-RUSYR CALDERA 49°21'0"N/ 154°42'0"E 0900-31= Stratovolcano Hi* TAO-RUSYR CALDERA      
41 NEMO PEAK 49°34'0"N/ 154°48'30"E 0900-32= Caldera Hi* NEMO PEAK      
42 SHIRINKI 50°12'0"N/ 154°59'0"E 0900-331 Stratovolcano Ho* SHIRINKI      
43 FUSS PEAK 50°16'0"N/ 155°15'0"E 0900-34= Stratovolcano Hi* FUSS PEAK      
44 KARPINSKY GROUP 50°8'0"N/ 155°22'0"E 0900-35= Cones Hi* KARPINSKY GROUP      
45 LOMONOSOV GROUP 50°15'0"N/ 155°26'0"E 0900-351 Cinder cones Ho* LOMONOSOV GROUP      
46 CHIKURACHKI 50°19'30"N/ 155°27'30"E 0900-36= Stratovolcanoes Hi* CHIKURACHKI      
47 VERNADSKII RIDGE 50°33'0"N/ 155°58'0"E 0900-37= Cinder cones Ho* VERNADSKII RIDGE      
48 EBEKO 50°41'0"N/ 156°1'0"E 0900-38= Somma volcano Hi* EBEKO      
49 ALAID 50°51'30"N/ 155°33'0"E 0900-39= Stratovolcano Hi* ALAID      
                     
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archived regional reports: DISASTROUS EARTHQUAKES ( possibly not up to date!)

list of significant EARTHQUAKES in region: TAIWAN, JAPAN,MARIANA AND KURIL ISLANDS

note: This list might not be complete or up to date!
Number on map

date/ Datum

event/ Ereignis

location/ Ort

strength/ Stärke
debth

cathegory

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E01 2010-12-21 17:19 UTC SEA QUAKE

offshore BONIN ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION

M 7.4 - 20 km ( followed by hundreds of after quakes) (BBB.com)   none available yet   26.93 N ; 143.71 E-

                   
historical Earthquakes :
                   
Date / Datum event/Ereignis Location/ Ort

Coordinates/ Koordinaten

 

 

Magnitude/ Stärke
debth/Tiefe (set by location program)

cathegory

Kathegorie

(1-3*)

Bericht/ data file- CSEM

(currently not available )

find with Google Earth

first available news report

 

erster erhältlicher Medienbericht first available online video: link

2011 March 11 05:46:23 UTC

Seaquake with TSUNAMI following NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN 38.322°N, 142.369°E

8.9 -

meanwhile (until 11: 41 UTC) -14 afterquakes with magnitudes between 6.0 and 7.2 followed!

24.4 km (15.2 miles) set by location program

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TSUNAMI WARNING ISSUED FOR THE ENTIRE PACIFIC OCEAN!

Tsunami hits Japan after massive quake

click here for BBC video content

spiegel online- MAR- 11- 2011: Tsunami walzt Küstendörfer nieder

 

Triggered by 2 CME? MAR-11-2011/ JAPAN: M 8.9 EARTHQUAKE- TSUNAMI-MELTDOWN AT FUKUSHIMA ? Meltdown at Fukushima part 1 Meltdown at Fukushima part 2
FUKUSHIMA POWER PLANT WEBCAMS> webcam 1: webcam 2:

 

EXPLANATIONS OF THE SYMBOLS USED IN THIS MAP:

 

clicking on the register tab beside the "i" symbol opens and closes the register card with the volcano indices resp. informations about specific Earthquakes, volcano eruptions or Tsunamis
 
35 = volcano + number). You find the name of the volcano and all infos in the registercard!  

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click here to get a smaller version of this map without the register cards-
click here to see the weekly activity update on the website of USGS/ Smithsonian institute-
click here for my 2 days Earthquake and volcanism warning ticker
(click here for image file)
other maps >
changes on the map are made weekly only if new reported are issued by USGS)!

about volcano activity reports :

 

 greenpeace/ 20140314) palmoil production/ Seen P&G's Thank You Mom? Find out the hidden truth.

Smithsonian Institution / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report

Activity for the week of 7 May-13 May 2014

The GVP page is updated on Wednesdays. Please see the GVP Home Page for news of the latest significant activity.

NEW ACTIVITIES/ UPDATES: ONGOING ACTIVITIES/ UPDATES:
Ahyi Mariana Islands (USA) New
Merapi Central Java (Indonesia) New
Santa María Guatemala New
Tengger Caldera Eastern Java (Indonesia) New

 

Aira Kyushu (Japan) Ongoing
Chirinkotan Kuril Islands (Russia) Ongoing
Chirpoi Kuril Islands (Russia) Ongoing
Dukono Halmahera (Indonesia) Ongoing
Etna Sicily (Italy) Ongoing
Karymsky Eastern Kamchatka (Russia) Ongoing
Kilauea Hawaiian Islands (USA) Ongoing
Krakatau Indonesia Ongoing
San Miguel El Salvador Ongoing
Shishaldin Fox Islands (USA) Ongoing
Shiveluch Central Kamchatka (Russia) Ongoing
Ubinas Peru Ongoing

 

RECOMMENDED EXTERNAL SOURCE FOR MOST RECENT VOLCANO INFORMATIONS: visit: earthquake-report.com

or : VOLCANO DISCOVERY.COM/NEWS

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I began this reports in 2011 when the maps were completed . Everything needs a good while to be developed. In November 2011 I decided to make monthly reports those will be updated once per week. From 2012 on, you will find all archived reports( including video sources) by my new archive directory.

(to find more informations about the current status and latest CMEs, click here for my DAILY updated SOLAR REPORT with ENVIRONMENTAL BLOG

 

 

(to find more informations about the latest CMEs, click here)

quick links to local volcano survey institutes around the world for latest informations:

USA ALASKA KAMCHATKA AUSTRALIA JAPAN PHILIPPINES INDONESIA CONGO ERITREA
CVO AVO KVERT ROVO/ RVO VAAC/ JMA PHIVOLCS CVGHM VAAC MODIS
 
ITALY ICELAND CANARIES MEXICO GUATEMALA EL SALVADOR COSTA RICA: NICARAGUA: MONTSERRAT:
INGV-CT NVC/ IMO IGN (Spain) CENAPRED INSIVUMEH SNET OVSICORI INETER MVO
 
COLUMBIA: ECUADOR: CHILE: HAWAII: VANUATU: PAPUA NEW GUINEA:      
INGEOMINAS IGEPN SERNAGEOMIN link VGO GEUNET/NZ      

 

ABOVE: VOLCANO WIDGET BY: volcano.discovery.com: enlargable worldwide volcano activity map (please note: This map is never 100% updated to the current global activities and uses other activity criteria.

REMARKS: Its indeed a great task and in real more a "wish than reality " to survey all of the more than 800 active volcanoes worldwide! Thus, also my maps here (based on the weekly GVP report , also cannot necessarely report correctly all current volcano activities. Log on to the local// national survey institutes as listed above to get (hopefully) most recent informations, if needed.

click here to open and close collapsible panel with additional informations

MAIN TECTONIC ACTIVITIES IN 2011

final review to 2011 ( minor plates are included)

   

NORTH AMERICAN PLATE

Earthquake activities there were rather normal in 2011 . Significant new acticvities occured in Aug 2011 on the East Atlantic coast. of the USA, Continuing new activities also where registered in nearby regions of Central USA , such as near Oklahoma

SOUTH AMERICAN PLATE

No real major or disastrous Earth quake event in South America in 2011 . Some signficiant activities were registered offshore of Columbia down to Peru at begin of the second half in 2011

PACIFIC PLATE

The Pacific Plate and its surrounding minor Plates are generally in a grip by the Eurasian and North/ South American Plate. The seismic activity around Australian plate occures mostly in the regions Vanuatu to Fijji. Compared to the recent years the strength and frequency of the typical Earthquake activities there was rather low in 2011

INDO/AUSTRALIAN

The INDO Australian Plate seems to be pushed by both- the movement of the South American Plate around the Yucatan peninsula towards the Northwest and the (increasing) movement of the Eurasian plate towards the Southwest into Southwest direction against the African plate While the subduction zone along the coast of Sumatra and Java was very quiet in 2011, volcanic activities shifted from one site of the large Indonesian archipelago to the other and occured mainly on the Souther borders of the Indian tectonic plate For almost one decade, Indonesia whad been somewhat like the epicenter of the world . After March 2011 almost all major activities from there seemed to have shifted from there more than 100 km Eastward to the quadriple junction offshore of Honshu Japan, possibly pushed by an increased activity of the African plate ( yet thought to be one of the most quiet tectonic plates on Earth)

 

EURASIAN PLATE

Not many geologists seem to have taken notice yet from the increasing activities around the Eurasian plate recorded since begin of 2011. Until August a large number of minor and larger Earthquakes with magnitudes up to 6.5 occured all along the subduction zone in the South of Europe reaching from the AZORES through Gibralter over Italy, Greece into Turkey and Iran. Approximately the double number events were registered in 2011 compared to 2010. The average strength of the quakes along the boundaries of the Eurasian to the African plate also increased 2011 with at least one point on the Richter scale from M 4 to 5. Europe`s active volcanoes in the Mediterranean Sea, Etna and Strombili, had regular eruption activity increasing in strength and were sveral times setv on red alert level . Greece geologists reported , to have noticed a significant activity increase also of the Santorin Volcano in 2011. Santorin is hot spot volcanon situated on the tripple conjunction of Europe with the African and Arabian plate and is the rest of a shield volcano that was torn apart by a large hydrogen explosion around 1500 BC . Volcanic magma material from that explosion was even found in the Arctic region.The explosion recorded as one of largest volcanic events in history just left a sickle of the formerly round island with a submarine crater rest in its middle ,just reaching up to sea level

As the European plate is very massive, Earthquake magnitudes of 5.0 effect equal to magnitudes of 6.0 in other subduction zones and are counted as such.

In the spreading zone to the North American continent in North Europe Earthquakes activities in 2011 even were more intensive than in all recent 5 years together . Numerous larger seismis shocks were registered on the boundary of the North American and Eurasia plate in 2011 mainly during the Arctic summer. All occured exactly on the boundary between the Eurasian and North American plate from the Norway latidude through Iceland up to the Eastern coast of Greenland and seem to creep more and more Northwards. Major seismic shocks up to M 4.9 ( volcanic "tremors") were also measured near to the Iceland volcanoes of Grimssvoetn, Hekla and Katla in 2011 yet and are believed to be sign of an upcoming large an d major eruption While Katla does not show any significant signs of an eruption on the surface yet, in July 2011 the increasing activity in its interior suddenly melted the ice cap above the crater and the melting water rushing down form its flanks destroyed a bridge.

Some Seismic shocks with magnitudes up to M 4.6 o also were measured along the continental shelf of Scandinavia since 2011.,those were stronger to the North than to the South. There is no known active volcano around. As I have in suspect, this can only be an indicator for some new or old brake between Iceland and Norway, which may extend already further to the South ( either towards the Atlantic ridge or even between Great Britain and Scandinavia.

The most interesting as well as unprecendented event in 2011 was and is the sudden activity of the El Hierro shield volcano, that forms the most Southern island the Canary islands. More than 10.000 seismic tremor shocks were registered between June and September 2011 South East and North West of the island, before a new subsea volcano Southeast of La Restinga began to erupt.

read my report. on the following page: click here.

AFRICAN PLATE

AND MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE

Activities also increased along the entire Atlantic ridge. Africa is usually the most quiet and slow tectonic plate of all. In the South an old equatorial brake off from the African continent begins at the horn of Africa/ arfur depression and stretches from there 6000 km into Southwest direction. This spreading process suddenly increased from some millimeters per year to meters per year early in 2005 , soon after the megaquake of M 9.6 had occured SW of Sumatra on 2004-12-26. This increased tectonic movement seems to create the regularly observed Seaquakes up to M 6.0 on the S- Mid Atlantic ridge and pressures towards Central and South America with an effect onto the Caribean Plate. The Northern Atlantic at least is surely known to be a spreading zone. What concerns the Southern Atlantic ridge,I won´t be sure about anymore! I don`t know much about, but guess, the Atlantic as such was almost quiet since thousands of years. Nevertheless, earthquake activities are known to be extremely seldom in and along the Atlantic , tzhey usually occure if then on its boundaries to Africa and the Carribbean . The last one known in the 20 Century was the Agadir quake in 1960, which had a magnitude of not much more than M 6.0 , but lasted for several minutes, during these it leveled the entire town. The disastrous Quake that destroyed Haiti in 2010 again proved ,that if those earthquakes occure there, they come rather unprecedented ( without warning or prequakes) but hard with intensive movements and mostly very disastrous. IN 2011, higher activities couold be found at the Western boundaries of the Atlantic to the Carribean near to Puerto Rico with magnitudes up to M 5.9
   
 

(to find more informations about the latest CMEs, click here)

 

EXPLANATIONS:

GENERAL REMARKS TO THE RELATION OF SUN ACTIVITES ( Coronal mass ejections or CME) TO SEISMIC ACTIVITY AND WEATHER

Some geologist and volcanologist have still doubt in that relationship but however must admit: Statistically, there are reliable constant coincidences ( those can be found and proven in my statistics by the links below) between CMEs impacting on Earth and volcanism and Earthquake activities. After the huge and distastrous M 9.6 Seaquake and subsequent tsunami had hit South west Asia December 26- 2004 , NASA started a program to prove whether there is a correlation between these seismic extreme seismic activities and the Sun activity and soon came up with the conclusion,. that bthere is a direct relationship. . But the evidence was not further researched by NASA...

. When I first in May 2010 searched for for data of the Sun activity to compared these with my " Earthquake statistics" it became clear with a while that there is a clear relationship . Almost one year of data collection and comparation (see for my Earthquake ststistics") showed first, there is a clear conicidence of Earthquake activity and sun activity. First I just compared the sun spot number ,the solar flux flare activities and also Coronal Holes ( as some had mentioned) . After the 9.0 seaquake in Japan on March 11- 2011 it was clearer , that indeed the socalled coronal mass ejections could be the immidiator of those huge Earthquake energies form the Sun. CMEs ar not light, but hot plasmatic Sun matter ejected into space, if enough electromagnetic energies concentrate around active sun spots or along filament to accelerate erupting sun matter above the gravuitational escape speed of the sun . A CME released from the Sun`s surface so first expands like a spring that was under pressure before. ( "Plasma"is a state of matter so hot that the subatomic particle form a kind of soup out of protons, neutrons and electrones.The hot high energetic sun plasma of a CME forms a kind of cloud in form of an expanding funnel, that - once ejected from the Sun then travels through space until. it hits any massive body there. Through the empty space it also does not losse much of its energy. Usually it takes 2- 4 days until such a CME arrives on Earth (depending on the current sun sind speed that can change from hour to hour) . Scientists obviously long time believed that the geomagnetic field would reject all of the subatomar particles including their high energies. But at least, the electromagnetic energies (cinetic energy) of arriving sun winds and CMEs easily penetrate the athmosphere and rather load up the geomagnetic field and the Earth a s such.

HONSHU/ Japan- MARCH_ 11- 2011

Two larger but (what is main important :) highly Earth directed CMEs had occured on the Sun on March 07 and 08 2011 and had arrived shortly before the frist of the many Earthquake had taken place offshore of Honshunilsand/ Japan on March 10- 2011. . I have then further explored those and similar events as well some historical event reports so far as specific solar data and archives already were available for that time. ( first data were available for the public after 2001. 1996 SoHO- the pioneer of all later satellite based Solar spacecraft observatories was lounched and still submits data necessary for CME detection and space weather prediction

Almost all volcano eruptions and major Earthquakes I examined have a clear coincidence with CME impacts on Earth. . Thus examining the major events for more than one year I can can say now , that with all researched CME impacts , volcanic and seismic activities increased each time on a global or regional sacale. With a probability of 100 % always one or more major Sea or Earthquake will follow any significant CME impact on Earth. On this I based my " experimental volcano and Earthquake forecast". You find all about that project by the start page of my project with the following links:

When I started with my research in May 2010 I did not no about this NASA statement published by BBC: (BBC) Is Solar activity to blame for Japan's massive earthquake?

FILAMENT ERUPTIONS:

Filament eruptions are likely the strongest eruptions on the Sun. They release long duration intensive sun wind streams in all directions , those were measured on the GOES magnetometer as a rise in the magnetic density to almost the double of the normal values, even if the major CME core passed the Earth. . This geomagnetic field density ( measured in nanoTesla) which must be interpretatealso as the electromagnetic energy level of the geomagnetical field. This actucal electromagnetical load or overload is likely the indicator or even the source of the observed typica effects , CME impacts- due to all recent statistics I have made-immidiately have on on the planet itself: increasing volcano activities/sudden strongs storms and other amplified weather parameters/ stronger Earthquakes in the aftermath.

NOAA/ NASA with its main task to protect civil and military satellites from damages- never had observed this geomagnetic field density ,but only the socalled planetery "K" and "A" indices, those represent just the fluctuations in the geomagnetic field ( stronger fluctuations with higher amplitudes are called" geomagnetic storm") . These magnetometer values are provided by the satellites ACE (interplanetray magnetic field) and GOES (terrestrial gemoagnetic field) . As its is just not possible to send satellites to an orbit so close to the Sun, in order to retrieve exact measurements on the exact size and arrival time of CMEs, these magnetometers are the only valuable instruments those deliver reliable data on CME impacts such as their strength and energetic impacts. Recently NASA/ NOAA declared it wants to base their future space weather prediction more or exclusively on these magnetometer values. The problem is: If these CME data become available, the CME just neeeds another appr. 15 - 30 minutes- to Earth and prewarnings might therefor be too late and fail.

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Recent statistics also showed more and more that also strong winds and the more oftenly reported unprecendented tornadoes seem to be among the primary effects

 

I am observing the Sun activity since May 2010 on a daily base and try to improve my reports and forecasts due to the progress in understanding that relationship between Sun CME and their effects on Earth. In more detailled views I began during 2011 also to research- based on satellite data- how far CME main terrestrial impact regions are identical with those regions where then the largest volcanic and seismic activity takes place , resp. where the major events take place after an CME impact .( . I hope , that my tables included the related evidence- after constant development and necessary adjustments in the layout- meanwhile give a well understandable insight and overview

More about current activities on that in my environmental blog. You can also visit my Earthquake research project on my page " evaluations"

 

 

 

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Northern America
Central America and Mexico
Southern America/ Northern part
South America- Southern part
and Western Asia
Africa and Arabic peninsula
Russia- Kamchatka peninsula, Aleutinan Islands
Indonesia and Philippines
Australia and Southern Pacific
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14- ( RHY) SUWANOSE-JIMA- FEBRUARY 25 2014
14- ( RYUKYU) SUWANOSE-JIMA Google Earth >
last known status> MARCH 11 2014 ALERT LEVEL
UNKNOWN

last activity update- FEBRUARY 19- 25- 2014

USGS, global volcanism program)

 

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M 9.0 - NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN - 2011-03-11 05:46 UTC
Date / Datum event/Ereignis Location/ Ort

Coordinates/ Koordinaten

 

 

Magnitude/ Stärke
debth/Tiefe (set by location program)

cathegory

Kathegorie

(1-3*)

Bericht/ data file- CSEM

(currently not available )

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first available news report

 

erster erhältlicher Medienbericht first available online video: link

2011 March 11 05:46:23 UTC

Seaquake with TSUNAMI following NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN 38.322°N, 142.369°E

8.9 -

meanwhile (until 11: 41 UTC) -14 afterquakes with magnitudes between 6.0 and 7.2 followed!

24.4 km (15.2 miles) set by location program

3

TSUNAMI WARNING ISSUED FOR THE ENTIRE PACIFIC OCEAN!

Tsunami hits Japan after massive quake

click here for BBC video content

spiegel online- MAR- 11- 2011: Tsunami walzt Küstendörfer nieder

 

Triggered by 2 CME? MAR-11-2011/ JAPAN: M 8.9 EARTHQUAKE- TSUNAMI-MELTDOWN AT FUKUSHIMA ? Meltdown at Fukushima part 1 Meltdown at Fukushima part 2
FUKUSHIMA POWER PLANT WEBCAMS> webcam 1: webcam 2:

ADDITIONAL VOLCANO MAP OF RUSSIA - MONGOLIA. COREA AND CHINA
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26- ASO/RYUSHU) -FEBRUARY 25 2014
26- ASO Google Earth >
newer Aso crater webcam
last known status> MARCH 11 2014 ALERT LEVEL:
UNKNOWN


last activity update- FEBRUARY 19- 25- 2014

USGS, global volcanism program)-

the last previous eruption was in 2009

local survey TOKYO VAAC JMA www.aso.ne
latest eruption history (2010)    
year
begin
alert level
end
activity reports by GVP
2013 DEC- 22   MAR 04?
2011 MAY- 15   JAN- 15?
2008 unknown   unknown
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....TOKYO
95- IOTO [IWO-JIMA] - MAY- 01- 2012
95- IOTO [IWO-JIMA] (volcano islands)       
last known status> last update: MAY 08- 2012: unknown* Google Earth >

last activity report- APRIL 26 - MAY 01 - 2012 by:

global volcanism program-USGS/Smithsonian institute:

Thiss volcano is currently permanently active with fluctuations. Activity decreased in March 2012 and is fluctuating

*"unknown" means: there was no further report issued by USGS

local survey: JMA

latest eruption history

Media reports archived reports & videos:
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Deutsch Engl English other
2012 MAY- 02   MAY.- 01?
IOTO IWO JIMA ( Wikipedia) last known prior eruption: 2001
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10- GROZNY GROUP ( IVAN)- APRIL- 09- 2013
10- GROZNY GROUP

Kuril Islands

   
last known status> APRIL- 16- 2013 unknown Google Earth >

last activity update - April 03- 09 2013 by:

global volcanism program-USGS/Smithsonian institute:

*= "unknown" means: There was no further report by USGS

local survey: VAAC?

latest eruption history

Media reports archived reports & videos:
year
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Deutsch Engl English other
2013 MAR- 30   APR- 09?
2013 FEB- 16   FEB- 19?
2012 AUG- 21   Sep- 18?
2012 AUG- 16   ongoing
1989      
<<last known historical eruption
 
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49- ALAID- JANUARY- 08- 2013
49- ALAID- Kuril islands Google Earth >
last known status> JANUARY- 15- 2013 unknown

last activity update- JANUARY 02- 08 2013 by:

USGS, global volcanism program)

 

local survey: VAAC
Media reports videos:    

)ALAID (wikipedia)

         

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31- RASSHUA - Kuril islands- FEBRUARY- 12- 2013
31- RASSHUA- Kuril islands Google Earth
last known status> FEBRUARY- 19- 2013 unknown

 

last weekly activity report- FEBRUARY 06 - 12/ 2013:

click here to open activity history

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2013 FEB- 06  

Feb- 12?

1957 << last known previous historeical eruption
local survey > SVERT
 
         
35- CHIRINKOTAN- Kuril isl. MAY 13- 2014

35- CHIRINKOTAN- Kuril Islands

Google Earth
last known status> MAY 13- 2014
ALERT LEVEL  

ACTIVE

last activity update, May 07- 13- 2014:

Smithsonian inst/ USGS ( global volcanisms program)

local survey: SVERT  
click here to open activity history

year

begin

alert level

end

activity reports(USGS)
2013 OCT- 17   ongoing)
Smithsonian institute was closed from October 02- 18- 2013
2013 SEP 01   SEP- 04?
2013 JULY 09   AUG- 20?
2013 JUNE- 05   JULY 08
2013 MAY- 24   MAY- 29?
         
20040503 < last known historical eruption
   
     
Earthquakes within 30 km (volcano-discovery) ^ MODIS/ sensor heat sources last 7 days
92- NISHINO-SHIMA-APRIL 23 2014
29- NISHINO-SHIMA      
last known status>: APRIL 29 2014 ALERT LEVEL: Google Earth >
UNKNOWN


last activity update- APRIL 16- 22- 2014

global volcanism program-USGS/Smithsonian institute:

*"unknown" means: there was no further report issued by USGS

local survey: JMA

latest eruption history

   
year
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2014 APR 18   APR 23
2013 NOV- 20   JAN- 07- 2014?
       
  MODIS HOT SPOT SURVEY
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23- (KYUSHU)- KIRISHIMA- OCTOBER 29- 2013
last known status>: NOVEMBER 05- 2013 ALERT LEVEL:
UNKNOWN

last activity update- OCTOBER 23- 29 2013

global volcanism program-USGS/Smithsonian institute:

local survey: VAAC JMA
click here to open recent activity history
year
begin
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end
     
2013 OCT- 22   OCT- 29?
2011 AUG-31   SEP-06?
2011 AUG- 06   Aug 09?
2011 JUNE- 23   JULY- 05?
2011 APRIL- 18   April 21?
2011 MAR- 23   APR- 05
2011 MAR- 13   MAR- 21
2011 FEB- 25   ?  
2011
JAN- 26
 
FEB- 24- 2011
 
 
               
               
   

 

 
historical: ^MODVOLC HOT SPOT MONITORING- last 7 days

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FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT/ INCIDENT- MAR- 11- 2011

FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT-

ISSUE: ONGOING MELTDOWN PROCESS IN 3 REACTOR BLOCKS

latest: (NOV_ 02- 2011):

Fukushima( video) Restarting Nuclear fission process detected in Nr 2 reactor (NHK)(

(BBC- 20111101)Japan nuclear crisis: Xenon detected at Fukushima plant

Fukushima DAICHI power plant

<<<<< webcams >>>>>

 

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Fukushima DAINI power plant

FUKUSHIMA DAIJI Nuclear power plant ONIGAWA NUCLEAR POWER PLANT M 9.0 - NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN - 2011-03-11 05_46 UTC

Incident history: (uncorrected draft)

On March 11- 2011 , reportedly Japan`s automatic Earthquake detection system triggered and automatic shutdown process in several nuclear power plants along the coast of Honshu, after a 9.0 magnitude Earthquake had occured offshore Honshu at 05:46:23 UTC ( 14:46:23 Uhr local time) . It was not reported, whether the Onagawa_Nuclear_Power_Plant als was shut down by that automatic, but its position close to the epicenter would assume, it would have been shutdown.

The other explanation why any fire broke out soon after the earthquake had happened, would be that it was kept online as the power plant which supplies other nuclear plants with electricity.The fire was reported, shortly before the Tsunami hit the island. It was reported, that the tranformer building cought fire what is typical for an so called overvoltage after a Sun SME or here: if or 3 line shortcut has occured, here most likely caused by the Earthquake itself or when the Tsunami wave hit the power grid.

The nuclear power complex of Fukushima in 177 km ( 109 miles) distance from the offshore epicenter consists out of 6 reactor blocks with 1 elder 360 MW boiling water reactor built by General Electrics in 1971 and 5 other 720 MW boiling water Reactors built later by Japans Toshiba. When the Earthquake occured, 3 reactor were online. Reactor Nr 4 whad been emptied due to a revision. which had just been completed before by German engineers The 90- 100 tons fuel element had been stored along with elder spent fuel rods in the reactors spent fuel rod storage pool, most unfortunataly built in a store above the reactor block. Reportedly this nuclear fuel rods were not yet inserted back into the reactor core when the incident began.

The emergency shutdown system in a nuclear plant , consists out of a motor below the reactor which drives in the called "control rods" which absorb and stop the neutron flow ( and is the only but normally also safe " only possibility to stop an ongoing nuclear fission) and a triple system of pumps , sprinkling systems and heat exchangers which cool the " after decay heat" in the reactor core during shutdow

Most likely ( the only explanation for the later course of the incident) BEFORE the shutdown process was completed , the entire system stopped working. Due to TEPCO reports, the failuree was caused by a total electric outage, But since it turned out ( when TEPCO tried to restore electricity) that all internal devices in all plants dont work naymore , it must be assumed that an overvoltage was the cause of the outage and destroyed all these devices. All official report including the US ones still cleim that the emergency shutdown was successfully completed and the overheating began because of the wellknown effect of "after decay heat" ( of the fissioned Isotopes) hwich has to be colled during shutdown but actually wasn`r due to the pump failure after the electric outage. This version is rather doubtable out of some propositions which just are not true;

Most likeley ( as I believe) the shutdown process came to an halt before completed. TEPCO claimed in its video, that first the regular emergency cooling system, which pumps water through the reactor cores through the only and primary water cycle (in whichduring production the produced steam runs through the turbines and generators and then condensed back into the reactorn cores) failed working due to the electric outage. Then Tepoc says the Diesel powered generators started and the second colling system - a sprinkler started to work but failed also soon after. Then TEPCO says the third cooling systems ( a heat exchanger amd steam condensator) started to work and colled the reacor for abiut 1 hour., The emeregncy electricity gernators faild " when the tsunami" hit the island 1 HOUR LATER " and drowned the generators with water what caused them to fail as well. . At this point, TE PCOs informations must be doubted , since Fukushima is in just 177 km distance to the epicenter and the Tsunami must have reached the island already about 7- 9 minutes later. Also Japan built the most earthquake safe buildings in the world and the huge seaquake did not harm any of the buldings or installations at Fukushimna as the japonese military reported after flying over Fumkushima one hour after the Tsunami hit. Tsunamis happen as regularly as Earthquakes do and some in the past ( after weaker qaueks ) towered up to 40 meters. So its just not really believable that the Japonese who are so accurate in all what they do whould not have thought about that risk and mounted their emergency generators inside a waterproofed part of the plant. The report ends that still some batteries ( which supply do to the cirsumstances electricity for a half day and have much more capacity than those in Western reactors) supllied that colling system for hours, after the " after decay heat" would have sunk below critical temperatures and values

Most scientist agree that it needs in a usual 1400 or 1600 MW Reactor as in Germanyto doll the reactor core at least 6 hours after shutdown . After this 6 hours they say- the "after decay heat" would have sunk below uncritical temperatures and values those cannot cause a meltdown or serious damage to the fuekl and control rods. In this time the temperature also would not rise but steady drop...The first ive reports however reported for hours that the batteries were still working . they worked for hours most probably until the next day ( when Reactor 1 exploded) . Also as each reactor in Fukushima has only the half capacity and therefor also half fuel content than any German reactor the decay heat would be lower and the unciritical temperature might or must(?) therefor have been achieved earlier.

So most likely the subsequent cause of the incident was not caused by the " Isotope after decay heat" but by an uncompleted shutdown process. With the control rods not driven in completely the nuclear fission in the uppper partsof the fuel rod installation( where the nuclear fission between the fuel rods was therefore not interrupted by the neutron absorber) continued. If all the cooling systems failed, these upper portion in the reactors fuel rods started to overheat and melted most likely just 90 minutes e later . The latest report of the Japonese government in May 2011 confirmed that the partial meltdown indeed began soon after the quake and the failed shutdown already on March 11 ( what supports my thesis) The melt dropped down inside the reactor and has damaged- at least deformed other portions where the control rods where in place and prevented the neutron flow. . If deformed leaks resp gaps between the control rods and the nuclear fuel rods would cause the nuclear fission to start again within these damaged spots, A ll what has been reported since then ( the radiation send by the reactor rose exponential from 300 Microsievert in the first week after to 4- 5 millisievert in th second to 100 Millisievert one week later . Latest reports of June 2011 reported another rise to 4 Sievert near to reactor 1 . 1 rem = 0,01 Sv = 10 mSv.which is equivalent to ( 4 Sievert are 400 REM - roentgen equivalence measures- equal to 400 default röntgen machines which permenently work sent our radiation) . Thiss lets conclude that the overheated spots in the reactor cores widen and the small nuclear fissioon fire spreads slowly by and byto the other still intact fuel and control rod parts in the reactor cores ONly estimated 10 percent havwe meleted yet the other 90 is still in side the reactor cores will therefor inavertibly lead to a final catastrophy with a huge emission of radioactive isotops still to come if not more measurements are taken than right now.

At least the entire plant w shoud be secured and surrounded with a mmassive wall of iron construction elements concrete stones and so on so far that the entire plant can be set under water . Such a basin might be sufficiant to cool all reactors over one ore massive steel ship in the sea the cooling water is lead through either directly or by an heat exchanger system placed inside the huge pool.

On March 12 an hydrogen explosion destroyed the reactor building ( most likely the primary water cycle) of block 1., The reactor blocks 3 and 2 followed on March 14 , engulfing an radius of 30 km in thick steam. The melt of the partial meltdown had most likely burned t itself through all security hulls into the ground, while the most of the fuel rods where still in the reactor, whereby in the damaged oportions the nuclear fission continued

TEPCO the Japonese emergency management decided now permenently to lead seawater through all 3 damaged reactor blocks to prev ent the total meltdown. Due to highest radiation levels, operation shad to be repeatedly interrupted. Another problem made the spent fuel storage pools which contains each another hundred tons of spent fuel rods. Due to earlier prescription made by IAEA, these pools have to be connected to the reactors emergency cooling systems ( supression pool" below the reactor cores. ) , The heat from the bursted reactors now started to heat up this pools. Adsitional spraying machines had to be deployed to doll these pools from outside the bursted reactor buildings. Though the cooling capabilities could halfway sufficiantly cool the overheating reactors new complications took place : Due to the leaks in the reactor the water pumped through rose up in the building causing damages and leaks there and may finally cause outside walls to burst. After all, TEPCO and the operation teams is not much further than on the first day.

The water in the building was recently pumped into tanks and onto a ship , where it is partially decontaminated and c leaned form the salt to be pumped back through the reactors again . By this, TEPCO wants to install a permanent cooling system necessary to cool all 4 reactors at least for one year or more, until the activity has dropped so far that the reactor cores get accessible and the nuclear material can be removed.

     

 

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21- CHIRPOI- MAY 13- 2014
21- CHIRPOI Google Earth
last known status> MAY 13- 2014
ALERT LEVEL  
ACTIVE

Smithsonian inst/ USGS ( global volcanisms program)

local survey: SVERT  
click here to open activity history
2013

year

begin

alert level

end

activity reports(USGS)
       
2013 DEC 26   ongoing?
2013 OCT- 22   DEC 17?
2013 AUG- 05   SEP- 04?
2013 JULY- 14   JULY- 16?
2013 APR 06   APRIL-30?
2013 JAN- 29   MAR- 19?
2013 JAN 08   lowered
2012 NOV- 20   ongoing
1982       < last known historical eruption
Media reports videos:
 

  MODVOLC/ heat sources- last 7 days
14- MEDVEZHIA Kuril Islands- JANUARY- 15- 2013
14- MEDVEZHIA- Kuril Islands- Google Earth
last known status> JANUARY- 22- 2013 unknown*

last activity update- JANUARY 09- 15 2013 by:

Smithsonian inst/ USGS ( global volcanisms program)

 

local survey: SVERT  
click here to open activity history

year

begin

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end

activity reports(USGS)
2013 JAN- 11  

JAN- 15?

   
NEW: MTS- SAT PLume monitoring
 
28- KETOI - Kuril Islands- SEPTEMBER 03 2013:
28- KETOI- Kuril Islands Google Earth
last known status> SEPTEMBER 10 2013: ALERT LEVEL  
UNKNOWN

last activity update -AUGUST 26- SEPTEMBER 03 2013

Smithsonian inst/ USGS ( global volcanisms program)

 

local survey: SVERT  
click here to open activity history

year

begin

alert level

end

activity reports(USGS)
2013 AUG- 26   SEP- 04?
2013 JULY- 29   AUG- 20?
2013 JAN- 16  

JAN- 22?

1960 << last known previous historeical eruption
   
NEW: MTS- SAT PLume monitoring
  MODVOLC/ sensor heat sources-KETOI- last 7 days
19- KIKAI (RYUKYU ISLAND)- JUNE- 04 - 2013
19- KIKAI (RYUKYU ISLAND)- Google Earth
last known status> JUNE- 11 - 2013 ALERT LEVEL  
 

last activity update - MAY 22- 29 2013 by:

Smithsonian inst/ USGS ( global volcanisms program)

local survey: VAAC  
click here to open activity history

year

begin

alert level

end

activity reports(USGS)
2013 JUNE- 04   JUNE- 04?
20040503 < last known historical eruption
   
     
Earthquakes within 30 km (volcano-discovery) ^ MODIS/ sensor heat sources last 7 days
87- TORI-SHIMA- JULY- 09 2013
87- TORI-SHIMA - IZO Island Google Earth >
last known status> JULY- 16 2013 ALERT LEVEL
UNKNOWN

last weekly activity report JULY 02- JULY- 09 2013 by:

USGS, global volcanism program)

 

local survey:  
click here to open activity history
MODIS HOTSPOTS- last 7 days

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109- AHYI- May 13 2014
109- AHYI Mariana Islands Google Earth
last known status> MAY 13- 2014
ALERT LEVEL  

ERUPTIVE

last activity update, May 07- 13- 2014:

Smithsonian inst/ USGS ( global volcanisms program)

local survey: ---  
click here to open activity history

year

begin

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2014 APR 24   ongoing)
1979 < last known historical eruption
   
     
NO MODVOLC images
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114- PAGAN (USA) - AUGUST 30 - 2013
114- PAGAN- latest activity history : Google Earth
last known status> AUGUST 27 2013
ALERT LEVEL:  
UNKNOWN

last activity report/ AUGUST 14- 20 2013 by:

Smithsonian inst/ USGS ( global volcanisms program)

local survey: USGS  
click here to open activity history

year

begin

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2013 AUG- 12   AUG- 20?
2013 JUNE- 15   JUNE- 25?
2013 FEB- 09   FEB- 26?
click here to open activity history reports of 2011 and 2012

year

begin

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activity reports(USGS)
         
2012 DEC- 01   DEC 05?
2012 NOV- 17   NOV- 27?
2012 OCT- 12   OCT- 23?
2012 JULY- 31   update
2012 JULY- 10   JULY- 17?
2012 MAY- 07   MAY- 22?
2012 MAR- 30   APRIL ^13?
2012 JAN- 30   JAN- 31?
2011 NOV- 25   DEC- 06?
2011 OCT- 28   Nov- 04?
2011 AUG- 26   SEP- 06
2011 JULY- 07   JULY- 20?
2011 APRIL- 23   APRIL- 27?
2011 FEB- 22   FEB- 28-
         
         
NEW: MTS- SAT PLume monitoring

ima: PAGAN island (wikipedia)

Pagan, Northern Marianas

earthquakes in 30 km radius ( volcano-discovery) ^^ MODIS sensor heat sources- last 7 days
21 (RYUSHU)- SAKURA JIMA (AIRA) MAY 13- 2014
21 SAKURA-JIMA (AIRA) Google Earth >
last known status> MAY 13 2014 ALERT LEVEL:
no report

 

last activity update, May 07- 13- 2014:

global volcanism program-USGS/Smithsonian institute:

This volcano is situated nearby to the supervolcano caldera of ASO and is currently permanently active with fluctuations. Activity only decreased once in March 2012 and resumed again soon later..

*= "unknown" means: There was no further report by USGS

local survey: VAAC
click here for recent activity history
year
begin
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end
       
2014 MARCH 04   reduced
2013 NOV 24   ongoing
2013 update   NOV- 12?
2013 unknown   lowered
Smithsonian institute was closed from October 02- 18- 2013
2013 AUG- 26   update
2013 AUG- 25   lowered
2013 AUG- 18   raised
2012 APRIL- 24   ongoing

2010

permanent

  ongoing

 

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04- TIATIA- Kuril islands- SEPTEMBER 04- 2012
04- TIATIA

Kuril Islands

   
last known status> last update: SEPTEMBER 11- 2012: unknown Google Earth >

last activity update - AUGUST 29 - SEPTEMBER 04- 2012 by:

global volcanism program-USGS/Smithsonian institute:

*= "unknown" means: There was no further report by USGS

local survey: SVERT

latest eruption history

Media reports archived reports & videos:
year
begin
alert level
end
GVP activity reports:
2012 SEP- 01   SEP/ 04?
1981      
<<last known historical eruption
 
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