The National PVMBG Geological Agency is recording increasing volcanic and seismic activity. Overnight a satellite has detected thermal anomalies for the first time in the crater of Mount Agung, which indicates that magma of significant volume is already on the surface.
With over 120 active volcanoes fuming around Indonesia, Gunung Sibayak at 2,212 meters in North Sumatra is one of Indonesia’s most accessible mountains and among the top volcanoes in terms of effort to enjoyment ratio.
Please be advised that today at 17:05 local Central Indonesian Time, a medium-pressure smoke plume in grey color with a maximum height of about 700 meter was observed above the summit of Mt. Agung on the island of Bali.
The alert level on Mount Agung in Bali has been raised by Indonesian officials of the PVMBG Geological Agency this evening at 20:30pm local time from level 3 to level 4 due to the increase in volcanic activity. This awareness level is the highest possible volcano status. The exclusion zone around Mount Agung has been […]
Indonesian Officials have raised the alert level of Mount Agung volcano in northeast Bali from Level II (alert) to Level III (standby) on Monday 18th September 2017 at 21:30 pm. The increased alert level follows the recent raise from Level I (normal) to Level II (alert) on Thursday 14th September 2017. The National Disaster Mitigation […]
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