Batu Tara is a small island volcano 50 km north of Lembata Island in the Flores Sea. It is frequently active, producing spectacular strombolian explosions with abundant incandescent bombs and ash plumes rising to hundreds or few kilometers elevation. [più]
Strombolian activity from Batu Tara volcano - the "Stromboli" of the Flores Sea
Gilbanta (also spelled Gilibanta) is a submarine volcano off the western coast of Komodo Island. There are vague reports suggesting activity in 1957. [più]
Frequently active Iliboleng volcano (or Ili Boleng) is located in the SE corner of Adonara Island, across a narrow strait from Lomblen Island and 25 km east of Flores. Iliboleng has 5 partly overlapping summit craters and an irregular profile caused by lava flows.
A cone lo... [più]
Ililabalekan is a steep stratovolcano on a prominent peninsula in SW Lembata (formerly Lomblen) Island. There are no known historic eruptions, but active fumaroles occure near the summit.
Ililabalekan volcano has a flank cone on the SE flank and 4 summit craters, one of wh... [più]
Iliwerung volcano forms a prominent south-facing peninsula on Lembata (Lomblen) Island and lies 80 km east of Flores. Its craters and lava domes have been built along N-S and NW-SE trend. In historical time both vents from the summit and submarine vents on the SE flank have been ... [più]
Lewotolo (or Ile Api Lewotolok) volcano on the eastern end of a peninsula of Lembata (formerly Lomblen) Island forms a perfect symmetrical cone. The stratovolcano has 2 craters of 900x800 m and 250x200 m in diameter.
Many lava flows have reached the coastline. Historical er... [più]
Paluweh volcano (also known as Rokatenda), is the tip of a large, mostly submerged stratovolcano rising 3000 m from the sea floor. It forms a small 8 km wide island with the same name north of Flores Island. Paluweh has a complex summit composed of several overlapping craters and... [più]
Sangeang Api volcano is one of the most active in the Lesser Sunda Islands. It forms a small 13 km wide island off the NE coast of Sumbawa. Sangeang Api Volcano consists of 2 overlapping cones: active Doro Api (1949 m) and the older cone and Doro Mantoi (1795 m).
Sangeang ... [più]