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Japan Meteorological Agency issued a number of volcanic alerts to remind the public to be aware of prevention

Japan Meteorological Agency issued a number of volcanic alerts to remind the public to be aware of prevention

Japan Meteorological Agency issued a number of volcanic alerts on the 8th, calling on the public to take precautions, according to the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK).

The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a “volcano perimeter alert” of the volcano, including the Nagano And Gunma PrefectureS In Japan At The Junction Of The AsakusAYama Volcano, Located In Kagoshima Prefecture, SakuraShima Volcano, SamO IWO Island Volcano, Kaguchi Yongliang Island Volcano, Visit To The Island Of Sakai, OtSukaHara Islands, “West Island” And “IWO JimA”, A Total Of 7 Volcanoes.

In addition, the Japan Meteorological Agency has issued an “eruption warning (surrounding sea area)” for a volcano off the coast of the Ogata Islands, which is expected to experience small-scale undersea eruptions.

Japan’s volcanic eruption warning mechanism includes “eruption alert” and “volcano perimeter alert”. An “eruption alert” is issued when a volcano is likely to erupt and cause major damage to nearby residents, and is used to guide residents to take shelter in a timely manner. The “Crater Perimeter Alert” is issued in the event of a possible disaster around the crater, mainly to limit mountaineering activities.

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