Mount Soputan volcano erupts in North Sulawesi, Indonesia

Soputan Volcano
February 2016INDONESIAMount Soputan volcano in North Sulawesi province of Indonesia erupted several times on Sunday, spewing a column of hot ash by up to 2.5 km high, official of disaster management agency said. Mount Soputan, located some 60 km from Manado, capital of the province, has high potential for further big eruption which is indicated by persistent tremors with amplitude of 41 mm, Spokesman of National Disaster Management Agency Sutopo Purwo Nugroho disclosed.
Several sub-districts in Minahasa Tenggara district were hit by rains of ash and volcanic materials that the local disaster agency distributes masks to protect local residents from the impact, he told Xinhua via phone. The authorities have banned villagers or visitors from entering the area of 4 km from the crater, but at the southwest of the crater the evacuation zone is at 6. 5 km, Mr. Sutopo said. The 1,874- meter high Mount Soputan is one of Indonesia’s active volcanoes whose number is about 129, according to the National Volcanology Agency. –Xinhuanet
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One Response to Mount Soputan volcano erupts in North Sulawesi, Indonesia

  1. Dennis E. says:

    I believe based on a report I read a while back, Indonesia has about 22 volcanoes that are continuously active.

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