Gunung Sinabung is a Pleistocene-to-Holocene stratovolcano with many lava flows on its flanks. The migration of summit vents along a N-S line gives the summit crater complex an elongated form. The youngest crater of this conical, 2460-m-high andesitic-to-dacitic volcano is at the southern end of the four overlapping summit craters. An unconfirmed eruption was noted in 1881, and solfataric activity was seen at the summit and upper flanks of Sinabung in 1912. No confirmed historical eruptions were recorded prior to explosive eruptions during August-September 2010 that produced ash plumes to 5 km above the summit.
Belirang-Beriti Mountain Belirang-Beriti is a volcanic complex that rises above the Semalako Plain in the southwest of Sumatra, Indonesia. It contains a 1.2 km-wide volcanic crater.
Ogan Komering Lebaks Kab. Oki Latitude : 3 33 26 S Logitude : 104 40 8 E Altitude : 0 to 50 metres Area : 200000 ha Wetlands: 200000 ha Status : Legislation : Tenure : Government of Indonesia Site Description The Ogan – Komering lebaks form a system of[…]