Report on Fukujin (United States) — March 1984
Scientific Event Alert Network Bulletin, vol. 9, no. 3 (March 1984)
Managing Editor: Lindsay McClelland.
Fukujin (United States) No water discoloration seen since December 1982
Please cite this report as:
Global Volcanism Program, 1984. Report on Fukujin (United States). In: McClelland, L. (ed.), Scientific Event Alert Network Bulletin, 9:3. Smithsonian Institution. https://doi.org/10.5479/si.GVP.SEAN198403-284133.
21.93°N, 143.47°E; summit elev. -217 m
All times are local (unless otherwise noted)
Frequent monitoring of several known submarine volcanoes has continued. . . . No discolored water has been observed at Fukujin since December 1982.
Geologic Background. One of the larger of the submarine volcanoes of the Marianas arc, Fukujin seamount has risen on occasion to just beneath the sea surface. Intermittent periods of water discoloration have been observed since the mid-20th century, and eruptions producing floating pumice were noted on several occasions.
Information Contacts: JMA, Tokyo.