Indonesia's most active volcano emits hot clouds

On Monday, the Geological Disaster Technology Research and Development Center said, Indonesia's most active volcano Mount Merapi emitted hot clouds streaming down to a distance of 1,300 meters to the southwest. The seismograph recorded hot cloud avalanches with an amplitude of 51 mm and a duration of 115 seconds. Merapi is currently at the third-highest level of the alert status. In 2010, the eruption of Merapi killed more than 200 people and displaced hundreds of thousands of others.

Post a Comment