BackgroundDoro Lambuwu (or Lambuwa) is a broad Quaternary volcanic zone west of Bima Bay with a caldera open to the NE (Ratman and Yasin 1978). IAVCEI (1973) lists a Doro Oromboha volcano in this area. The area, about 30 km across, was mapped by Garvin (2002, shown in Khant et al., 2013) as early Pleistocene. The Garvin (2002) map also identified volcanic features named Doro Matua and Doro Pokah, but clearly identifying specific peaks in this heavily eroded region is difficult.
Source: Smithsonian / GVP volcano information
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