Friday, February 21, 2014

Volcano in Bali

Mount Agung, Volcano in Bali

Indonesia is an archipelago with many volcanoes are still active today. Bali also has a volcano. Beginning in 2014 there were two volcanoes in Indonesia. Mountain that erupted in early 2014 was Mount Sinabung and Mount Kulud.

Bali has a lot of mountains. However there are two mountains that are still active and ready to erupt at any time without our knowledge. Bali volcano to erupt was Mount Agung and Mount Batur. Both of these mountains are always monitored its activities. Two years ago Mount Batur showed signs of erupting. However, activity was lost. The highest volcano in Bali is Mount Agung. If erupts, then Bali would be destroyed.

Volcano in Bali currently only two are known to be active and always supervised activities. If both the volcano erupted in Bali, the Bali certainly be destroyed. Earthquake due to volcanic eruption will be felt throughout Bali. The building will be destroyed, roads and bridges being damaged. Certainly many people will die in Bali. Because the island of Bali is a small island, volcanoes dampat definitely felt throughout the island. Rain of hot dust, stones thrown from the top of the mountain, and the hot lava will destroy the whole area of Bali.

Mount Batur, Volcano in Bali
Balinese people are always worried if another island volcano eruption occurs. As in Java, Mount Kelud erupted. Bali residents perplexed, because the island is part of a cluster of the world's volcanoes are very active and dangerous. If a volcano erupts, the possibility of another mountain will erupt.

The ritual is always done by the people of Bali in the hope that does not happen in Bali's volcanic eruption. Ritual has a great ability to prevent the volcanic eruption in Bali. Rituals are done not only with prayer, but with sacrifice to evoke a positive energy that is able to give a good impact to the natural order is always friendly with humans.

Volcanic eruption is a terrible natural disaster if it occurs in human settlements. As in Java, volcanic eruption occurred in residential areas. Occurred resulting in the death of people around the mountain erupted. Bali is very lucky not affected by the volcanic eruption in Java.

Update on Bali volcano, Mount Agung, has shown signs of eruption in September 2017. But back then Mount Agung was back about. Signs of eruption in September 2017 are known from the smoke bunches that emerge from the top of the mountain, as well as earthquakes that occur very often up to hundreds of times a day. At that time residents around the mountain must evacuate to a radius of 12 km. But by mid-October 2017, the volcano was calm again and residents could return home.

Mount Agung erupted again on Saturday, November 25, 2017, 5:30 pm. The eruption was clearly visible with a cloud of big and dark smoke. When the night is clearly visible red light at the top of the mountain. The red light is the lava that meets the crater at the top of the mountain.

At the time of eruption, the ash rains occur. Airports in Bali and Lombok are closed to avoid accidents caused by air around Bali filled with volcanic ash. Many tourists stuck at the airport can not go home by plane.

In some rivers with upstream on Mount Agung experiencing severe floods with cold lava. The cold lava flood in the river resulted in many dead fish. Rice fields that rely on river water menjasi damaged. Many rice plants die.

When the volcano in Bali erupts on November 25, 2017, residents living around the mountain must evacuate. The local government implements a disaster response day until December 10, 2017. Residents still in danger zone are not allowed to return to their homes despite the calm condition of the mountain.

I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport closed the impact from the ash of Mount Agung eruption
Mount Agung erupts in Bali, the volcano is now at the highest level (Level IV)
Terrible, Mount Agung erupts with incandescent lava and explosions
In Bali there is ash rain, the impact of Mount Agung eruption
The volcano in Bali, Mount Agung erupted at 5:30 pm, 25-11-2017
The volcano in Bali Gunung Agung took a month to erupt