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Caldera 813 m (2,667 ft.) / Anak Krakatau: 189 m
Sunda Strait, Indonesia, -6.1°S / 105.42°E
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Krakatau Vulkan: News & Updates

Anak Krakatau volcano (Indonesia): intermittent explosive activity during March 2013

Monday Apr 01, 2013 10:05 AM | VON: T

Explosion from Krakatau on 28 March 2013 (Photo: Oystein Lund Andersen)
Explosion from Krakatau on 28 March 2013 (Photo: Oystein Lund Andersen)
A small eruption took place at the volcano from 11th-12th March. The eruption produced Andesite volcanic bombs which littered the old crater rim and produced
impact craters.
During a brief visit to the volcano from 22nd – 24th March, a small steam plume (emitted from two vents in the crater) was seen rising 300 – 400 M above the crater. Glow from the crater was seen at night time, which was from hot gas.
On 28th March, at 08:56 (local time) an eruption started at the volcano. The eruptions originated from the northern part of the crater producing a small ash
plume that rose a few hundred meters into the air and then collapsed to form a small pyroclastic flow.Another eruption was noted at 17:16; the MODVOLC showed a thermal anomaly on the volcano.
On 29th March at 12:36 (local time), another eruption took place, from the southern part of the crater; this eruption lasted for 1 hour and 11 minutes. During this eruption, a small pyroclastic flow traveled down the N flank.
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Monday, Oct 01, 2012
A visitor to Anak Krakatau yesterday told us that there were no explosions, but strong degassing from the crater. [mehr]
Crop of this morning's Terra satellite image (NASA) showing the Krakatau island group in the Sunda Strait (center of image)
Thursday, Sep 06, 2012
Krakatau is currently calm. There is little seismic activity reported from the observatory and no ash or steam plumes are visible on the Terra satellite image this morning. [mehr]

Krakatau Vulkan: News & Updates

Anak Krakatau volcano (Indonesia): intermittent explosive activity during March 2013

Monday Apr 01, 2013 10:05 AM | VON: T

Explosion from Krakatau on 28 March 2013 (Photo: Oystein Lund Andersen)
Explosion from Krakatau on 28 March 2013 (Photo: Oystein Lund Andersen)
A small eruption took place at the volcano from 11th-12th March. The eruption produced Andesite volcanic bombs which littered the old crater rim and produced
impact craters.
During a brief visit to the volcano from 22nd – 24th March, a small steam plume (emitted from two vents in the crater) was seen rising 300 – 400 M above the crater. Glow from the crater was seen at night time, which was from hot gas.
On 28th March, at 08:56 (local time) an eruption started at the volcano. The eruptions originated from the northern part of the crater producing a small ash
plume that rose a few hundred meters into the air and then collapsed to form a small pyroclastic flow.Another eruption was noted at 17:16; the MODVOLC showed a thermal anomaly on the volcano.
On 29th March at 12:36 (local time), another eruption took place, from the southern part of the crater; this eruption lasted for 1 hour and 11 minutes. During this eruption, a small pyroclastic flow traveled down the N flank.
---
Links / Quelle:
Vorherige Nachrichten
Monday, Oct 01, 2012
A visitor to Anak Krakatau yesterday told us that there were no explosions, but strong degassing from the crater. [mehr]
Crop of this morning's Terra satellite image (NASA) showing the Krakatau island group in the Sunda Strait (center of image)
Thursday, Sep 06, 2012
Krakatau is currently calm. There is little seismic activity reported from the observatory and no ash or steam plumes are visible on the Terra satellite image this morning. [mehr]

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