Terrible ecological disaster in Japan – lanikai-beach

The largest environmental disaster struck off the of Japan. Pumice reached the southern shores of the country in the prefectures of Okinawa and Kagoshima, having overcome more than a thousand kilometers, an ash wave reached the pumice stone. Kilometers of volcanic mass were thrown onto the surface by the awakened underwater volcano Fukutokuokanoba in August. According to experts, from 300 million to a billion tons of magma into the water. The eruption of an underwater volcano, which, incidentally, became the largest in Japan in more than a century, was filmed. Coastal waters and ports are clouded with pumice. This is a mass erupted by a volcano, or as it is called otherwise – volcanic glass. In some bays, the thickness of the pumice layer in the water reaches 15 centimeters. Ports and fishing vessels stopped working.
In 2021, natural disasters have become more frequent. We are seeing climate change in many countries around the world. It is not known how 2021 will end.
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