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Krakatau Vulkan
Caldera 813 m (2,667 ft.) / Anak Krakatau: 189 m
Sunda Strait, Indonesia, -6.1°S / 105.42°E
Aktueller Status: unruhig (2 con 5)
Krakatau Webcams / aktuelle Daten | Reports
Vulkan Videos
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Ausbrüche des Krakatau:
1530, 1680-81, 1684, 1883 (Plinian eruption), 1927-30, 1931-32, 1932-34, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938-40, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1946-47, 1949, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1958-59, 1959-63, 1965(?), 1969(?), 1972-73, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1988, 1992-93, 1994-95, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2007-8, April 2009 - ongoing
Typische Aktivität:
Explosiv Bau einer Aschkegelinsel (Anak Krakatau) innerhalb der durch den Ausbruch von 1883 gebildeten Caldera. Häufige strombolianische Aktivität.
Letzte Erdbeben in der Nähe
Krakatau Vulkanreisen
Von Krakatau bis Bali (16-tägige Fotoreise zu den Vulkanen Javas)
Träume werden wahr: Vulkan-Weltreise (Reise um die Welt nach Hawai'i, Vanuatu, Neuseeland und Indonesien)
Krakatau Vulkanspezialreise (Expedition zur Beobachtung & zum Studium des aktiven Anak Krakatau)

Letzte Satellitenbilder

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Krakatau Vulkan: News & Updates

Krakatau volcano (Indonesia) activity update and field report: increasing unrest

Sa, 25. Mai 2019, 10:02
10:02 AM | VON: T
Krakatau's water-filled crater as seen on 4 May 2019 (image: Galih Jati / VolcanoDiscovery Indonesia)
Krakatau's water-filled crater as seen on 4 May 2019 (image: Galih Jati / VolcanoDiscovery Indonesia)
Krakatau with Rakata in the background (image: Galih Jati / VolcanoDiscovery Indonesia)
Krakatau with Rakata in the background (image: Galih Jati / VolcanoDiscovery Indonesia)
Heat signals from Krakatau volcano as detected with the MODIS sensor from satellite (image: MIROVA)
Heat signals from Krakatau volcano as detected with the MODIS sensor from satellite (image: MIROVA)
Seismic activity from Krakatau during the past months (image: Magma Indonesia)
Seismic activity from Krakatau during the past months (image: Magma Indonesia)
The volcano remains restless and produces intermittent explosions every few days or so from its new crater. These are likely caused by overheated water in the upper conduit flashing to steam, although no precise information is available.
When new magma will appear on the surface and start a more continuous eruptive phase is speculation, but a likely scenario for a not-too-distant future (months?). Thermal signals and seismic activity have been slowly picking up again during the past weeks, suggesting that magma might be rising from underneath.
During our recent (and still ongoing) tour to Krakatau, expedition leader Galih took the following video illustrating the dramatic changes that the volcano underwent following the cone collapse in Dec last year. The island is now a barren ash desert, a low cone of crescent shape around the flat water-filled crater lake to the west.
Any new activity will start with phreatomagmatic (water-magma interaction) explosions.
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Krakatau Vulkan: News & Updates

Krakatau volcano (Indonesia) activity update and field report: increasing unrest

Sa, 25. Mai 2019, 10:02
10:02 AM | VON: T
Krakatau's water-filled crater as seen on 4 May 2019 (image: Galih Jati / VolcanoDiscovery Indonesia)
Krakatau's water-filled crater as seen on 4 May 2019 (image: Galih Jati / VolcanoDiscovery Indonesia)
Krakatau with Rakata in the background (image: Galih Jati / VolcanoDiscovery Indonesia)
Krakatau with Rakata in the background (image: Galih Jati / VolcanoDiscovery Indonesia)
Heat signals from Krakatau volcano as detected with the MODIS sensor from satellite (image: MIROVA)
Heat signals from Krakatau volcano as detected with the MODIS sensor from satellite (image: MIROVA)
Seismic activity from Krakatau during the past months (image: Magma Indonesia)
Seismic activity from Krakatau during the past months (image: Magma Indonesia)
The volcano remains restless and produces intermittent explosions every few days or so from its new crater. These are likely caused by overheated water in the upper conduit flashing to steam, although no precise information is available.
When new magma will appear on the surface and start a more continuous eruptive phase is speculation, but a likely scenario for a not-too-distant future (months?). Thermal signals and seismic activity have been slowly picking up again during the past weeks, suggesting that magma might be rising from underneath.
During our recent (and still ongoing) tour to Krakatau, expedition leader Galih took the following video illustrating the dramatic changes that the volcano underwent following the cone collapse in Dec last year. The island is now a barren ash desert, a low cone of crescent shape around the flat water-filled crater lake to the west.
Any new activity will start with phreatomagmatic (water-magma interaction) explosions.
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