Marapi volcano (Sumatra, Indonesia): small ash explosion
A small explosive eruption occurred this morning at around 08:05 local time, generating a small ash plume rising a few hundred meters above the crater. Marapi volcano, one of Sumatra's most active, has been producing intermittent explosions with ash plumes up to 1 km high frequently since August 2011.
dim., 17 mars 2013, 11:3211:32 AM | AUTEUR : T
For Indonesian standards, this is no big activity, and Indonesia's Volcanological Survey maintains alert level II only.
- Gunung Marapi Kembali Meletus (Metro TV News)
mar., 11 déc. 2012, 11:05
Mount Marapi volcano in West Sumatra had new ash emissions today, a local newspaper reported. "Smoke" (=volcanic ash) was seen being emitted from the summit crater between 8-9 am local time this morning and produced a plume rising about 300 m. Read all
lun., 19 nov. 2012, 10:05
According to a local news article, a small steam (and possibly ash) puff was observed from the crater at 08:10 WIB local time this morning. ... Read all