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stratovolcan 950 m / 3,117 ft
Halmahera, Indonésie, 0.45°N / 127.4°ECondition actuelle
: normal / en sommeil
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Style éruptif tipique
Eruptions du volcan Moti
: none in historic times
No recent earthquakes
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Moti (also spelled Motir) volcano forms a 5 km wide island surrounded by coral reefs north of Makian volcano. It is part of the N-S aligned chain of volcanoes off the W coast of Halmahera Island, Indonesia.
Moti has a truncated conical shape with a crater on the SSW side, and a lava flow is visible on the NW base. The volcano has no confirmed historic activity, although there are reports about a possible small eruption in 1774 or shortly before, although it is likely that this came from its more active neighbor Gamalana.
View of the lava lake at night, partly obscured by fumes. It's impossible to photograph the real sight - raising emotions, pictures and dreams of the birth of earth. (Ph...
Another experiment with a neutral density filter to blur the wave motion in daylight... (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
The peaceful atmosphere of a glorious sunny morning ends a night filled with incredible emotions given by some of earth's most powerful displays. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer)
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