Small eruption reported at Indonesia’s Semeru Volcano

October 19, 2013 INDONESIAA pilot observed a small ash eruption this morning at the Semeru Volcano. The volcano had recently been very calm, but this could be a sign it is getting more active again. Semeru, or Mount Semeru, is a volcano located in East Java, Indonesia. It is the highest mountain on the island of Java. The stratovolcano is also known as Mahameru, meaning ‘The Great Mountain.’ – Volcano Discovery
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2 Responses to Small eruption reported at Indonesia’s Semeru Volcano

  1. Gina McCray says:

    Alvin, How many eruptions are we now up to for 2013?

    Thanks for all your hard work!

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