Indonesia

View of the Gede volcano's crater, western Java, Indonesia. Gede is one of EOS Lab Volcanoes.

Gede volcano, west of Java, is one of EOS Lab Volcanoes. It is located less than a hundred kilometres south of Jakarta, the indonesian capital.

Batur is an active volcano located on the island of Bali, east of Java, in Indonesia. It is standing at the centre of two concentric calderas formed more than 20,000 years ago.

Gede volcano, located in the western part of Java, is one of EOS Lab Volcanoes.

Libuat island, offshore Sumatra, was uplifted by the 2007 megathrust earthquakes in the Mentawai islands, Indonesia.

Photograph showing the aftermath of the tsunami that hit the Banyak islands offshore Sumatra, after the 2005 Nias earthquake, Indonesia.

Dark red lines show Sumatran fault zone (after Sieh and Natawidjaja, 2000); red line with teeth shows

This map of Southeast Asia shows the volcanoes with historical eruptions (less than 10 000 years old).

Animation showing the 2000 to 2010 earthquakes and their rupture patches on the Sunda megathrust fault.

Talk by Prof Kerry Sieh during NTU-SST Flagship Programme, June 2012.

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