Underwater volcanic eruption reported near Japanese Iwo Jima Islands

May 3, 2012 JAPANAn underwater volcanic eruption may have occurred near Iwoto Island (Iwo Jima), the Japan Meteorological Agency has said. The Maritime Self-Defense Force confirmed a change in the color of the water northeast of Iwoto–about 1,250 kilometers south of Tokyo–at about 3:40 p.m. on Sunday after volcanic tremors–lasting about half an hour–were observed in the early morning on the island, according to the agency. –Yomiuri
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4 Responses to Underwater volcanic eruption reported near Japanese Iwo Jima Islands

  1. Joseph t. Repas says:

    Alvin; Have their been any reports by scientists that schools of fish and sea ammals have been caused by underwater pollution caused by volcanic activity? Thanks.


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      It’s one of those over-looked culprits of what overturns marine ecosystems. Despite my warnings of how much its happening and that the oceans have been depleted of ocean 5 times in past and submarine volcanism has been a contributing factor, if not causes for at least two extinction-level event; no marine science agency has yet acknowledged the legitimate and serious on-going nature of these threats in the deep.


  2. elijahsmom3 says:

    Alvin, would you consider this #54? Or not, because it “may have occurred”?


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