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Omaha Civic Auditorium Arena Omaha, NE
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Did You Know?
The volcanoes in Indonesia are among the most active of the Pacific Ring of Fire.
Plinian eruptions and pyroclastic flows have been produced during the Holocene from this dominantly basaltic volcano, but historical eruptions have consisted largely of mild-to-moderate explosive activity with occasional lava effusion.
Major earthquakes occur infrequently; the most famous in the twentieth century were: the great Kantō earthquake of 1923, in which 130,000 people died; and the Great Hanshin Earthquake of 17 January 1995, in which 6,434 people died.
Mount Bandai is formed of several overlapping stratovolcanoes, the largest of which is O-Bandai forming a complex volcano.
Four major phreatic eruptions have occurred during the past 5,000 years, two of them in historical time, in 806 and 1888.
Eruptions are typically phreatic explosions of small-to-moderate size that produce minor ashfalls near the volcano.