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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-06359

Nearly constant explosive eruptions keep the ash-blanketed crater floor of Dukono volcano unvegetated.  This view from Gunung Heneowara peak on the southern crater rim shows Gunung Telori peak at the upper left and the small Gunung Dilekene pyroclastic cone at the right-center.  The slopes of Gunung Mamuya stratovolcano rise at the extreme right above the coast.  Dukono has been in continuous eruption since 1933.   Photo courtesy of Volcanological Survey of Indonesia, 1984.

Nearly constant explosive eruptions keep the ash-blanketed crater floor of Dukono volcano unvegetated. This view from Gunung Heneowara peak on the southern crater rim shows Gunung Telori peak at the upper left and the small Gunung Dilekene pyroclastic cone at the right-center. The slopes of Gunung Mamuya stratovolcano rise at the extreme right above the coast. Dukono has been in continuous eruption since 1933.

Photo courtesy of Volcanological Survey of Indonesia, 1984.


Dukono