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Haku-San Volcano, Japan, Volcano photo
Haku-San Volcano, Japan

Early November snowfall at Haku-san accentuates the volcano's name, which means "White Mountain".

Eruptions at multiple vents along a roughly N-S line give the complex stratovolcano an elongated profile; the volcano is viewed here from the west.

Holocene eruptions have consisted of phreatic or phreatomagmatic explosions from several summit craters.

Holocene eruptions have consisted of phreatic or phreatomagmatic explosions from several summit craters.

PHOTO SOURCE: Ishikawa Prefecture 1983, courtesy Toshio Higashino, Haku-san Nature Conservation Center, courtesy of the Global Volcanism Program, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, used with permission.



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