You could not measure the loss in dollars of the volcano eruption of Kikai because it was in 4300 B.C., much too far back in time to track. Also, it is unsure whether the eruption actually destroyed anything to be measured in the first place. It was such a huge eruption that the pyroclastic flows traveled 100 kilometers into the sea to southern Kyusho, and the ash produced from the eruption fell onto Hokkaido (1700 kilometers north). It affected nature the most, which is priceless.
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