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June 24, 2024, 4:16 am UTC    
March 31, 2024 06:40PM
Survey Maps Biggest Volcano Eruption In The Past 11,700 Years
David Bessen, Forbes Magazine, March 31, 2024
[www.forbes.com]

Shimizu, S., Nakaoka, R., Seama, N., Suzuki-Kamata, K.,
Kaneko, K., Kiyosugi, K., Iwamaru, H., Sano, M., Matsuno,
T., Sugioka, H. and Tatsumi, Y., 2024. Submarine pyroclastic
deposits from 7.3 ka caldera-forming Kikai-Akahoya
eruption. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research,
448, no.108017. open access
[www.sciencedirect.com]

Geshi, N., Miyagi, I., Saito, G. and Conway, C.E., 2023.
Caldera collapse thresholds correlate with magma chamber
dimensions. Scientific Reports, 13(1), no.7463. open access
[www.nature.com]

Hamada, M., Hanyu, T., McIntosh, I.M., Tejada, M.L.G., Chang,
Q., Kaneko, K., Kimura, J.I., Kiyosugi, K., Miyazaki, T., Nakaoka,
R. and Nishimura, K., 2023. Evolution of magma supply system
beneath a submarine lava dome after the 7.3-ka caldera-forming
Kikai-Akahoya eruption. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal
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[www.sciencedirect.com]

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Paul H.

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Japanese Geologists Map Biggest Volcano Eruption In The Past 11,700 Years

Paul H. March 31, 2024 06:40PM



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