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Mount Fuji - Wikipedia

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Mount Fuji located on Honshu Island, is the highest mountain in Japan at 3,776.24 m (12,389 ft). An active stratovolcano that last erupted in 1707–08, Mount Fuji lies about ..... suggestive of...

Fuji | Volcano World | Oregon State University

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View of Fuji from the Bullet Train. The crater on the flank was created by the 1707 eruption . Photograph courtesy of Mike Lyvers. Mount Fuji is the archetype of ...

Mt Fuji Volcano, Japan - facts & information / VolcanoDiscovery:

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Feb 4, 2013 ... The volcano remains calm. However, an increased number of small quakes near and under Mt Fuji are visible on our latest data plot of nearby ...

What kind of volcano is Mount Fuji? | Reference.com

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Mount Fuji is a classic cinder cone, built up by a stratovolcano. The mountain is notable for its symmetrical cone-shaped profile, which is characteristic of ...

Mount Fuji | mountain, Japan | Britannica.com

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Nov 4, 2013 ... The mountain is part of the Fuji Volcanic Zone, a volcanic chain that .... volcano type (in volcano) (in mountain: Volcanoes and island arcs ...

Mt Fuji Facts - Facts.net

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Mt Fuji facts tell us the history of the ancient 8 peaked volcano. Facts about Mount Fuji Japan reveal it is also privately owned by Shinto priests.

Mount Fuji - National Geographic Society

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Dec 6, 2011 ... Mount Fuji, Japan, is one of the most famous mountains in the world. Mount Fuji is a composite cone, or stratovolcano. Composite cones ...

Global Volcanism Program | Fujisan

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Country; Volcanic Region; Primary Volcano Type; Last Known Eruption ... In April 1995, Mt Fuji seismic data recording began using the constellation of stations.

Mt Fuji Volcano, Japan | John Seach - Volcano Live

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Stratovolcano. Mt Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan. The mountain has a base diameter of 50 km. Fuji Volcano consists of three volcanoes: Komitake, Ko-Fuji ...

Mt. Fuji: Japan's sacred volcano | Big Think

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Mt. Fuji (a volcano with more names than almost any other) in Japan is one of the most historically important volcanoes, possibly only rivaled by Vesuvius in its ...