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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04502

Gunung Sibayak, seen here from the S, is the southernmost of two volcanoes constructed within the Singkut caldera. Several villages occupy the flat-bottomed caldera floor. Plumes rise from fumaroles on the flank of a lava dome in the summit crater. Anonymous, 1990.

Gunung Sibayak, seen here from the S, is the southernmost of two volcanoes constructed within the Singkut caldera. Several villages occupy the flat-bottomed caldera floor. Plumes rise from fumaroles on the flank of a lava dome in the summit crater.

Anonymous, 1990.

Keywords: Fumarole


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