Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-01010
Three small craters, Kepundan A, B, and C, seen here right-to-left, respectively, from the E, are oriented transverse to the elongated E-W-trending summit of Marapi volcano in Sumatra. A plume rises from Kepundan C. The craters are among the many vents at Marapi that have been active during historical time.
Photo by Gede Suantika, 1992 (Volcanological Survey of Indonesia).
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