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Relationship between the sequence of Eruptive episode C (Chuseri tephra) and the forming process of the Nakanoumi caldera, Towada volcano, NE Japan
The Towada volcano is a double caldera volcano. The outer caldera, Towada caldera (11km diameter), was formed 15 ka. The inner caldera, Nakanoumi caldera (3km diameter), is a summit crater of the
The forming process of the Nakanoumi caldera based on component analysis for deposits of Eruptive Episode C (Chuseri tephra), Towada volcano, NE Japan
The Towada volcano is a double caldera volcano. The outer caldera, Towada caldera, was formed during three large pyroclastic eruptions before 13 ka. The inner caldera, Nakanoumi caldera, is a summit
Reconstraction of eruptive sequence of Chuseri tephra formation (eruptive episode C) in Towada volcano
Towada volcano is a caldera volcano, and the interior of crater is filled with much water. In recent eruptive episode from Nakanoumi crater, their activities are characterized by the transition from