Mount Merapi Releases Hot Cloud of Avalanches with a Gliding Distance of 1,300 Meters
Based on data from the BPPTKG, hot clouds of avalanches were recorded on the seismogram with an amplitude of 55 mm. The duration of the hot ...
TRIBUNBATAM.id, YOGYAKARTA - Mount Merapi emitted hot clouds of avalanche on Wednesday (4/21/2021) at 14:48 WIB. The gliding distance of the hot avalanche clouds is approximately 1,300 meters to the southwest.
"There was a hot cloud of avalanches on Mount Merapi on April 21, 2021 at 14:48 WIB," said the Head of the Center for Geological Disaster Research and Technology Development (BPPTKG) Hanik Humaida in a written report on Wednesday (4/21/2021).
Based on data from the BPPTKG, hot clouds of avalanches were recorded on the seismogram with an amplitude of 55 mm. The duration of the hot avalanche cloud was recorded at 132 seconds.
"The glide distance is 1,300 meters to the southwest and the wind is blowing to the east," she explained.
Meanwhile, in the Mount Merapi activity report during the observation period of Wednesday (4/21/2021) at 06.00 WIB - 12.00 WIB, four lava avalanches were observed with a maximum sliding distance of 800 meters to the southwest.
Seismic data on Mount Merapi, for avalanches as many as 25 with an amplitude of 3 mm-30 mm and a duration of 15 seconds-100 seconds.
Hybrid / multi-phase number 1 with an amplitude of 8 mm, S-P: 0.6 seconds and a duration of 10 seconds.
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