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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-01194

The Barujari pyroclastic cone, the most prominent post-caldera feature at Rinjani volcano, was formed at the eastern end of the oval-shaped Segara Anak caldera. This 1993 view from the NE caldera rim shows a peninsula on the right formed by lava flows from a NW vent that entered the caldera lake in 1944 as well as lava flows on the left side of Barujari that flowed N and S into the lake during a 1966 eruption. Photo courtesy Volcanological Survey of Indonesia, 1993.

The Barujari pyroclastic cone, the most prominent post-caldera feature at Rinjani volcano, was formed at the eastern end of the oval-shaped Segara Anak caldera. This 1993 view from the NE caldera rim shows a peninsula on the right formed by lava flows from a NW vent that entered the caldera lake in 1944 as well as lava flows on the left side of Barujari that flowed N and S into the lake during a 1966 eruption.

Photo courtesy Volcanological Survey of Indonesia, 1993.

Keywords: caldera | cone


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