Nishinoshima island : Japenese volcano Grown Bigger Natural Lab

Nishinoshima island : Japenese volcano Grown Bigger Natural Lab. Nishinoshima island : Japenese volcano Grown Bigger Natural Lab. Nishinoshima Island is brand new emerging Volcane island of the coast of japan its nearly 620 miles south of Tokyo. Island is offering free natural lab for scientist which is rare opportunity, to study how life begins to colonise barren land- helped by rotting bird poo and hatchling vomit.

Nishinoshima island : Japenese volcano Grown Bigger Natural Lab

Japan volcano island ‘natural lab’ for Scientist

Volacanic Island have grown bigger in last 15 months, it has grown approx 11times to its previous size, its rapid growth began in November of 2013, reports Hawaii News Now.

Researchers say bird waste will be the secret ingredient to kickstart Mother Nature’s grand experiment on what is a still active volcano that only poked its head above the waves in November 2013.

The new Nishinoshima, a respectable 2.46 square kilometres (0.95 square miles), the Japan Coast Guard said in February — roughly the size of 345 football pitches — is currently almost all bare rock, formed from cooling lava.

But scientists say it will one day be humming with plant — and possibly animal — life, as nature moves in to what is being called a “natural laboratory” on one of the latest bits of real estate in the Pacific Ocean.

“We biologists are very much focusing on the new island because we’ll be able to observe the starting point of evolutionary processes,” said Naoki Kachi, professor and leader of Tokyo Metropolitan University’s Ogasawara Research Committee.
After the volcanic activity calms down, “what will probably happen first will be the arrival of plants brought by ocean currents and attached to birds’ feet,” he said.

Those seabirds, who could use the remote rock as a temporary resting place, could eventually set up home there.

Their excreta — along with their dropped feathers, regurgitated bits of food and rotting corpses — will eventually form a nutrient-rich soil that offers fertile ground for seeds carried by the wind, or brought in the digestive systems of overflying birds.

“I am most interested in the effects of birds on the plants’ ecosystem — how their bodily wastes-turned-organic fertilisers enrich the vegetation and how their activities disturb it, told ca.news.yahoo.com

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