Volcano Producing New Japanese IslandA new Island is being formed in Japan from Magma and lava from a Japanese volcano in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean.  An eruption on the tiny volcanic island of Nishinoshima in November 2013 formed a small islet right next to it when molten lava cooled. That islet has merged with its neighbor and continues to develop. The newly formed island has grown to 2.46 square kilometers (.94 square miles), The coast guard said it’s 52 times bigger than the iconic Tokyo Dome. And it’s expected to get larger. The volcano is erupting five to six times a minute, spewing out volcanic rock, the coast guard says. FULL STORY