Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Mount Agung in Bali is expected to erupt with very powerful

Mount Agung in Bali is expected to erupt with very powerful
The Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation estimates that a major explosion from Mount Agung will occur shortly. This estimate is a consideration to raise the mountain's hazard status from level III to level IV.

Until Monday, the eruption of Mount Agung is still observed with a thick cloud of smoke reaching a height of 2,000 to 3,400 meters. The rays of fire are visible from inside the crater.

Explosive eruptions accompanied by a weak boom sounded up to a distance of 12 kilometers (km) from the peak of the mountain by the Balinese called Tohlangkir it. The rays of the fires that are more noticeable at night, Sutopo said, indicating a major eruption was imminent.

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November 27, 2017, from 00:00 am to 06:00 pm, local authorities recorded Mount Agung underwent one eruption with a weak 40 second duration, one nonharmonic tremor with a duration of 1.832 seconds, a single volcanic quake in duration of 31 seconds, and three times a shallow volcanic earthquake of 7-11 seconds.

Mount Agung in Bali is expected to erupt with very powerful
Continuous tremor (microtremor) is recorded with an amplitude of two to three millimeters. The ash rain continued to fall at the observation post. November 27, the wind blows weakly to the southwest and west. The local authorities appealed to residents around Mount Agung, climbers, visitors, and tourists not to be and perform any activity in the danger zone.

Rising in the state of luminosity, the zone covers all areas within a five kilometer radius of the crater plus sectoral expansion to the north-northeast and southeast-south-southwest as far as 10 km from the crater.