Nishinoshima volcano (Pacific Ocean, Japan): degassing continues + new aerial images


Degassing from Nishinoshima volcano (image: JCG)

New aerial images of the current volcano activity have been shown by the Japan Coast Guard (JCG) yesterday.

No significant changes since the last observations on 18 April 2022 have been observed, the volcano continues with little or no activity as emissions of water vapor and gases are venting from the crater (so-called degassing).

Source: Japan Coast Guard volcano activity update 17 May 2022

Degassing from Nishinoshima volcano (image: JCG)

Degassing from Nishinoshima volcano (image: JCG)



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