May 24, 2013 · Over 3 million people live in the immediate area of Mt Vesuvius. More people live dangerously close to it than to any other volcano anywhere in the world. The most famous eruption happened in 79 AD. Mount Vesuvius erupted continuously for almost a day, killing thousands of people and completely burying the nearby city of Pompeii.
The Pacific Plate is being subducted beneath these plates, resulting in volcanic activity. Mount Fuji is also located near three island arcs: the Southwestern Japan Arc, the Northeastern Japan Arc, and the Izu-Bonin-Mariana Arc. Mt. Fuji's main crater is 780 m in diameter and 240 m in depth. The bottom of the crater is 100–130 m in diameter.
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Simplified geological map of Fuji Volcano (by Miyaji et al., 1992; modified from Tsuya, 1968) The activity of Komitake Volcano started in the middle Pleistocene with the eruption of andesite lava flows. This activity is coeval with Ashitaka Volcano located on the southeastern foot of Mt. Fuji. YOKOSO Japan Tour & Hotel is a website operated by KNT-CT Global Travel (a group company of KNT-CT Holdings Co., Ltd.), one of the leading and most trusted travel companies in Japan. The Web site introduces and sells tours for individuals, bus tours, activity-led tours and more to travelers visiting Japan. Oct 26, 2014 · There are signs that Japan’s 2011 earthquake has increased the chances of eruptions among the country’s more than 100 active volcanoes, including Mount Fuji, which could spew so much ash that ...