霧島新燃岳2011年噴煙の映像観測と移流解析 [in Japanese] Ground Observation and the Advection Analysis of the 2011 Shinmoe-dake Eruption Clouds of Kirishima Volcano [in Japanese]
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Shinmoe-dake, Kirishima volcano in Kyushu, Japan has started the magmatic eruption since the end of January 2011. Massive ejections of ash cloud during 26 January to 4 February were recorded by visible and near-infrared cameras located at 38-58 km away from the volcano. These large ash clouds were observed by the NOAA-APT MCIR images. The advection analysis of these ash clouds were performed by using the ground observation images, MTSAT images, and the NOAA HYSPLIT model. These results and the visible images taken with one-hour interval by a digital camera, installed at 9 km SSW from the volcano since 29 January, are displayed at Kumamoto University website.
- Memoirs of the Faculty of Education, Kumamoto University. Natural science
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education, Kumamoto University. Natural science 60(-), 69-76, 2011