Tephra dispersal from Myojinsho, Japan, during its shallow submarine eruption of 1952–1953

@article{Fiske1998TephraDF,
  title={Tephra dispersal from Myojinsho, Japan, during its shallow submarine eruption of 1952–1953},
  author={Richard S. Fiske and Katharine V Cashman and Atsushi Shibata and Kentaro Watanabe},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={1998},
  volume={59},
  pages={262-275}
}
Abstract A new and detailed bathymetric map of the Myojinsho shallow submarine volcano provides a framework to interpret the physical volcanology of its 1952–1953 eruption, especially how the silicic pyroclasts, both primary and reworked, enlarged the volcano and were dispersed into the surrounding marine environment. Myojinsho, 420 km south of Tokyo along the Izu–Ogasawara arc, was the site of approximately 1000 phreatomagmatic explosions during the 12.5-month eruption. These explosions… CONTINUE READING

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