Tonga volcano, land disappears, A satellite image after the eruption, the United Nations

Tonga volcano, land disappears A satellite image after the eruption, the United Nations  On the 17th, the United Nations Satellite Center (UNOSAT) released satellite images before and after the eruption of a submarine volcano that erupted in Tonga on the 15th. There was 285 hectares of land above the surface of the sea in the submarine volcano, but in the photo taken at 10:53 am local time (6:53 Japan time), almost all the land disappeared. The magnitude of the power of the eruption is shown.  At the airport in the capital Nuku'alofa, about 65 kilometers south of the submarine volcano, UNOSAT points out that there are traces of inundation around the runway in the photos after the eruption. The white line on the runway is also invisible, which is thought to be due to the tsunami.  After acquittal, the basis for data storage becomes weak  Oyster farming raft that was washed away and overlapped due to the eruption of a submarine volcano off the coast of Tonga in the South Pacific Ocean = Toba City, Mie Prefecture, on the afternoon of the 17th Due to the eruption of a submarine volcano off the coast of Tonga in the South Pacific Ocean, about 500 beds of aquaculture raft were washed away in Onoura Bay in Toba City, Mie Prefecture, where oysters are actively cultivated, and some of them were damaged. Now is the peak of shipping, and aquaculture companies are busy with restoration work.  "I'm in trouble because of a sudden thing." Satoru Yoshikawa (74), who runs oyster farming, rested his hands on oyster shelling and sighed on the 17th. I was asleep when the tsunami warning was issued, and I noticed the damage in the morning. "If the Japan Meteorological Agency announced it a little earlier, we would be ready to reduce the damage."  About three years ago, the number of shellfish dying due to rising seawater temperature began to increase. I mourn that "the tsunami has hit the ground" just because I felt that there were many these days.

Tonga volcano, land disappears

A satellite image after the eruption, the United Nations


On the 17th, the United Nations Satellite Center (UNOSAT) released satellite images before and after the eruption of a submarine volcano that erupted in Tonga on the 15th. There was 285 hectares of land above the surface of the sea in the submarine volcano, but in the photo taken at 10:53 am local time (6:53 Japan time), almost all the land disappeared. The magnitude of the power of the eruption is shown.

At the airport in the capital Nuku'alofa, about 65 kilometers south of the submarine volcano, UNOSAT points out that there are traces of inundation around the runway in the photos after the eruption. The white line on the runway is also invisible, which is thought to be due to the tsunami.

After acquittal, the basis for data storage becomes weak

Oyster farming raft that was washed away and overlapped due to the eruption of a submarine volcano off the coast of Tonga in the South Pacific Ocean = Toba City, Mie Prefecture, on the afternoon of the 17th
Due to the eruption of a submarine volcano off the coast of Tonga in the South Pacific Ocean, about 500 beds of aquaculture raft were washed away in Onoura Bay in Toba City, Mie Prefecture, where oysters are actively cultivated, and some of them were damaged. Now is the peak of shipping, and aquaculture companies are busy with restoration work.

"I'm in trouble because of a sudden thing." Satoru Yoshikawa (74), who runs oyster farming, rested his hands on oyster shelling and sighed on the 17th. I was asleep when the tsunami warning was issued, and I noticed the damage in the morning. "If the Japan Meteorological Agency announced it a little earlier, we would be ready to reduce the damage."

About three years ago, the number of shellfish dying due to rising seawater temperature began to increase. I mourn that "the tsunami has hit the ground" just because I felt that there were many these days.
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