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Earth of fire

Actualité volcanique, Articles de fond sur étude de volcan, tectonique, récits et photos de voyage

Publié par Bernard Duyck

After the disadvantages associated with ash from the eruption of Kelud February 13 , heavy rains are busy re-engage in leaching landforms and creating lahars .

The head of the National Agency for Disaster Management  issued a notice of vigilance on the Konto River Basin . "According to volcanologists 80 to 100 million cubic meters of material have been issued by the eruption. During it , the plume reached 17,000 meters high , only 50% of materials were unloaded , the rest remained in surface and carried by rivers " Five other rivers are also affected .

The bridges are threatened by lahars , and the traffic is closed. In case of continuous rain in the coming days , the risk of river flooding is more to fear.
Sources Jakarta Globe 18/02/2014

Kelud : après les cendres, les lahars.

This photo was taken from a distance of 3 kilometers from the summit , precisely in the district Ngancar on Sunday ( 16/02/2014 ) . At this time, the ash is still visible around the peak . Thin white smoke is still visible on the sidelines of the basin - Picture Official website  of the kingdom of Kediri

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