Volcanoes of Indonesia

Volcanoes of Indonesia

Indonesia is positioned at the intersection of four tectonic plates, Australian, Philippine, Eurasia and Pacific. This situation make Indonesia become special territory  that attract many volcano experts who are enthusiastic about volcano. Indonesia has more active volcanoes than any other country, and the place for some of the world's most famous volcanoes, Krakatau (Krakatoa), Tambora, and Merapi.


The number of active volcanoes = 129 Volcanoes
The number of volcanoes that erupted in 400 years = 70 Volcanoes
The threatened area = 16,670 km
The number of people who are threatened = 5 million people


List of Volcanoes in Indonesia


Sumatra
Pulau Weh, Seulawah Agam, Peuet Sague, Geureudong, Kembar, Sibayak, Sinabung, Toba, Imun, elatoba-Tarutung, Sibualbuali, Lubukraya, Sorik Marapi, Talakamau, Sarik-Gajah, Marapi, Tandikat, Talang, Kerinci, Hutapanjang, Sumbing, Kunyit, Pendan, Belirang-Berit, Bukit Daun, Kaba, Dempo, Patah, Bukit, Lumut Balai, Besar, Ranau, Sekincau Belirang, Suoh, Hulubelu, Rajabasa
Sulawesi
Una Una, Ambang, Soputan, Sempu, Tondano, Lokon-Empung, Mahawu, Klabat, Tongkoko

Sangihe Islands
Ruang, Karangetang, Banua Wuhu, Awu, Unnamed

Papua
Umsini

West Java
Krakatau, Danau, Karang, Pulosari, Kiaraberes-Gagak, Perbakti, Salak, Gede, Patuha, Wayang-Windu, Malabar, Tangkuban Parahu, Kendang, Papandayan, Kawah Kamojang, Guntur, Tampomas, Galunggung, Talagabodas, Karaha, Cereme

Central Java
Slamet, Dieng, Sundoro, Sumbing, Ungaran, Telomoyo, Merbabu, Merapi, Lawu, Wilis, Muria

East Java
Kelut, Kawi-Butak, Arjuno-Welirang, Penanggungan, Malang Plain, Semeru, Bromo, Lamongan, Lurus, Iyang-Argapura, Raung, Ijen, Baluran, Lusi mud volcano 
Banda Sea
Emperor of China, Nieuwerkerk, Gunung Api, Wurlali, Teon, Nila, Serua, Manuk, Banda Api


Bali
Batur, Bratan, Agung

Lombok
Rinjani

Sumbawa
Tambora

Flores
Wai Sano, Poco Leok, Ranakah, Inierie, Inielika, Ebulobo, Iya, Sukaria, Ndete Napu, Kelimutu, Egon, Ilimuda, Lewotobi, Leroboleng, Riang Kotang
Lesser Sunda
Paluwe, Sangeang Api, Gilbanta, Batu Tara, Sirung, Iliboleng,   

Lembata
Ililabalekan, Iliwerung, Lewotolo

Halmahera
Tarakan, Dukono, Tobaru, Ibu, Gamkonora, Todoko-Ranu, Jailolo, Hiri, Gamalama, Tidore, Mare, Motir, Makian, Tigalalu, Amasing, Bibinoi

1 Response to "Volcanoes of Indonesia"

  1. busyet,,jgn ampe terjadi lagi deh,,extreme

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