Mt ontake eruption case study
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Reconstruction of the 2014 eruption sequence of Ontake Volcano from recorded images and interviews
Mt. Ontake volcanic eruption Japan
The last moments of hikers who died during the eruption of Mount Ontake in late September have been captured in poignant images found on phones and cameras. Several hundred people were thought to have been on the mountain when it erupted at Most of the victims were between 30 and years-old. Three were children, and five were aged 60 or older. Rescue workers have recovered 51 bodies so far — most at the summit — with at least a dozen people still missing. Only three survived.
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The tourism impact of volcanic eruption happened on Mount Ontake
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Negative Economic Impacts of Tourism There are many hidden costs to tourism , which can have unfavorable economic effects on the host community. Often rich countries are better able to profit from tourism than poor ones. Whereas the least developed countries have the most urgent need for income, employment and general rise of the standard of living by means of tourism , they are least able to realize these benefits. Among the reasons for this are large-scale transfer of tourism revenues out of the host country and exclusion of local businesses and products.
Metrics details. In this paper, we clarify the eruption sequence of the eruption from recorded images photographs and videos obtained by climbers and interviews with mountain guides and workers in mountain huts. The onset of eruption was sudden, without any clear precursory surface phenomena such as ground rumbling or strong smell of sulfide. Our data indicate that the eruption sequence can be divided into three phases. Phase 1: The eruption started with dry pyroclastic density currents PDCs caused by ash column collapse.
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