Our paper titled "Possible mechanism of molten sulfur eruption: Implications
from near-surface structures around of a crater on a flank of Mt. Shiretokoiozan,
Hokkaido, Japan" was published on December 2017.
論文「Possible mechanism of molten sulfur eruption: Implications from near-surface structures around of a crater on a flank of Mt. Shiretokoiozan, Hokkaido, Japan」を発表しました。
On December 18, 2017
I with two other coauthor, Dr. Tada-nori Goto and Mr. Michio Kiji, published a cutting-edge paper on the molten sulfur eruption volcano, Mt. Shiretokoiozan Hokkaido Japan.
We have researched the vicinity area of Crater I on the northwestern flank of Mt. Shiretokoiozan and with the data of Self Potential survey, DC resistivity survey, geological research, hot spring analysis we found the molten sulfur has been generated in the shallow aquifer laid on eastern hill from Crater I where Self Potential values are higher than surrounding area. There had been no study on the mechanism of molten sulfur eruption before us. So this study is breakthrough paper.
The paper is open accessible as below: