Constructed on the southern rim of the Lerek caldera, Iliwerung forms a prominent south-facing peninsula on Lembata (formerly Lomblen) Island. Craters and lava domes have formed along N-S and NW-SE lines on the complex volcano; during historical time vents from the summit to the submarine SE flank have been active. The Iliwerung summit lava dome was formed during an eruption in 1870. In 1948 Iligripe lava dome grew on the eastern flank at 120 m altitude. Beginning in 1973-74, when three ephemeral islands were formed, submarine eruptions began on the lower SE flank at a vent named Hobal; several other eruptions took place from this vent before the end of the century.
West Sumatra, Tandikat Volcano http://www.volcano.si.edu/world/volcano.cfm?vnum=0601-15= Tandikat Volcano is a stratovolcano also known as Tandikai, Tandike. The volcano is located in the Padang Highlands, West Sumatra, about 7.5 km from Padangpanjang. It is joined to a larger mountain called Singgalang. Tandikat Volcano – John Seach There are two summit craters, one[…]
Manuk Island, Manuk volcano http://www.volcano.si.edu/world/volcano.cfm?vnum=0605-08= Country: Indonesia Subregion Name: Banda Sea Volcano Number: 0605-08= Volcano Type: Stratovolcano Volcano Status: Fumarolic Last Known Eruption: Unknown Summit Elevation: 282 m 925 feet Latitude: 5.53°S 5°32’0″S Longitude: 130.292°E 130°17’30″E The small steep-sided island of Manuk is the easternmost volcano in the arcuate Banda[…]