20/06/2015. Sinabung .

20/06/2015. Sinabung.

Sinabung, Indonesia:

Increasing activity continues, pyroclastic flows are becoming more common, easily reaching 3 km in length, more than 100 a day, sometimes 150 and the dome continues to grow, without collapse, although its volume continues to increase. It now hovers around 4 million cubic meters (about 8 stadiums Santiago Bernabeu).

Example, quotations from Surono / Mbah Rono (Head of Geological Agency Kem EMR):

attention to the Sinabung: on 19 June 2015, there has been a cloud of pyroclastic avalanche at 5:53 p.m., with a travel distance of 1.5 km to the southeast, the height of the ash column was not observed because wrapped by fog. The wind was blowing eastward. Greetings: Surono / Mbah Rono (Head of Geological Agency Kem EMR).

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Attention to the Sinabung: on 19 June 2015, there has been a cloud of pyroclastic avalanches at 17h43 with a travel distance of 2.5 km to the southeast, the height of the ash column was not observed because wrapped by fog.
Greetings: Surono / Mbah Rono (Head of Geological Agency Kem EMR).

Attention to the Sinabung: on 19 June 2015, there have been two clouds of pyroclastic avalanches at 4:06 p.m. and 4:14 p.m. with a travel distance of 1.5 km to the east – height volcanic ash column was 500 m, the wind, tonic, to the east – southeast. Greetings: Surono / Mbah Rono (Head of Geological Agency Kem EMR.).

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Attention to the Sinabung: on 19 June 2015, there have been two clouds of pyroclastic avalanches at 11:38 and to 11:51 with a travel distance of 3 and 2.5 km to the south – the height of the volcanic ash column was 2000 and 1000 m, the wind was blowing – toned to the east – southeast. Greetings: Surono / Mbah Rono (Head of Geological Agency Kem EMR.).

Yet thousands of villagers refuse to leave their homes on the slopes of one of the most active volcanoes in Indonesia, despite warnings showing that it is ready for a powerful eruption.

 

 

For days, the authorities pleaded with the villagers to carry out the main danger zone, which extends 7 kilometers (4 miles) south and southeast of the summit, to move to temporary shelters, but been confronted with resistance.

« We lost our vegetables, but not coffee, » said Sapta Sembiring Palawi from Gambir village, about 4.7 km (3 miles) from the volcano smoldering. « Coffee helps us to survive and we must take care of him now. » Palawi, a grandfather, is one of the 200 villagers who refused to move to government shelters.

Source : AVCAN, huffingtonpost.

Photo: Endrolew. Sutanta Aditya .bung

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