In this section you can find pictures taken during EOS field investigations in and around Southeast Asia. They depict EOS researchers’ working places, from Indonesian volcanoes to Himalayan mountainsides. 

These photographs may be used providing the users give credit to EOS. 

Assistant Professor Fidel Costa and field seminar participants discussing the petrology of Merapi's 2010 pyroclastic flow.

WOVOdat Project Leader Antonius Ratdomopurbo showing a rock sample to field seminar participants.

An earthquake of magnitude 7.9 hit Padang in September 2009. The epicenter was just 45km west of the city.

An earthquake of magnitude 7.9 hit Padang in September 2009. The epicenter was just 45km west of the city.

The 2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake generated a huge tsunami that devastated the shores of the Indian Ocean.

In 2010 the Merapi experienced a dome collapse, which generated powerful pyroclastic flows.

Kelimutu volcano is located on the island of Flores in Indonesia. It has three summit crater lakes of various colours.

In June 2006, after several months of unrest, several pyroclastic flows rushed down the southern slopes of the Merapi.

Merbabu stratovolcano, view from the north face of the Merapi. Merbabu's last eruption occurred in 1797.

Sumbing and Sundoro stratovolcanoes, view from the north face of the Merapi. Sumbing erupted for the last time during the 18th century, and Sundoro in 1971.

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