Shallow earthquake reported near Japan’s Adatara volcano

December 19, 2012JAPAN Our earthquakes near volcanoes page showed that a shallow magnitude 3.7 quake occurred yesterday very near Adatara volcano near Fukushima City in Japan. Adatara is part of a group of overlapping active stratovolcanoes and was last active in 1990. The volcano is located about 15 kilometers southwest of Fukushima city and east of Mount Bandai. Its last known eruption was in 1996. –Volcano Discovery
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3 Responses to Shallow earthquake reported near Japan’s Adatara volcano

  1. Irene C says:

    Is Fukushima City where the nuclear plant is? If so, this isn’t good. Of course, this isn’t good regardless.


  2. Maria Alice says:

    We had an earthquake here in Brasil, last night… in a place that had never had, in the state of Minas Gerais… in the news they didn’t tell the grade of the tremor, but some houses were damaged. A very strange situation in my country!!


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