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    Gunung Agung had Time to Erupt – Flight Activity at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport Safe

    Great volcano erupted on Monday (30/4/2018) night at approximately 22:45 pm and the altitude of the ash column reached 1500 meters from the top of the crater.

    Volcano Observatory Notice for Aviaton (VONA) status is still orange or safe for flight.

    “From BMKG observations through RGB satellite images of Himawari weather, the movement of volcanic ash is not detected (closed
    cloud). So far it is safe for flights to and from Bali, “Communication Communication & Legal Section Head of I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, Arie Ahsanurrohim, Tuesday (5/1/2018).

    He added that based on observation data of Station 1 of Meteorology Class Ngurah Rai Denpasar not observed the existence of volcanic ash.

    “Until now, I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport operates as usual, and we always update the progress on the activities of Gunung Agung,” he said. (*)
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    Status Level III But Mount Agung Back Erupsi? Here’s the PVMBG Explanation

    AMLAPURA – Great Volcano again shows its high activity amid its status at Level III (Standby).

    Mount Agung erupted on Monday (30/4) at approximately 22:45 pm with the height of the ash column observed 1,500 meters above the peak (4,642 m above sea level).

    Noted there is a maximum Amplitude 23 mm and 172 seconds of the earthquake and the wind leads to the west.

    “With the eruption tonight, I’m still shocked, so we are still in Level III status, if the earthquake decreases, the activity may go down, but it could be because there is blockage and accumulation of energy in shallow depth,” explained Head of Mitigation Sub- East Volcano Monitoring PVMBG, Devy Kamil Syahbana.
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    Mount Agung Latest: Mount Agung Observed Activity Continues Decline, Problem emergence of Smoke Well Explanation PVMBG

    AMLAPURA – Volcanic activity of Gunung Agung in the past week continues to decline.
    The intensity of seismicity and magma movement tends to decrease, while deformation (bloat) shows a stationary pattern. But the status of Mount Agung is still Level III (Standby).

    This was conveyed by Head of Sub Division of East Indonesia’s Disaster Mitigation PVMBG, Devy Kamil Syahbana, while explaining summaries of Gunung Agung activity for one week, Saturday (18/11).

    Based on the monitoring results of PVMBG, seismicity in Gunung Agung since November 12, 2017 to November 19, 2017 has decreased.
    Some very shallow seismicities such as low frequencies and recorded gusts in the last one week period, but with an insignificant number.
    A spasmodic tremor earthquake is still recorded indicating the presence of magmatic fluid flow from depth, but the number is still not significant.
    For deformation (changes in the shape of a mountain / bloat), it tends to show a stationary pattern.

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    New Earthquake Activity in Mount Agung Recorded Seismic Tools PVMBG, Here’s the PVMBG Analysis

    Mount Agung was photographed from Sanur Beach, Denpasar, Sunday (29/10). The Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG) announces Mount Agung’s latest status from Awas to Standby.

    SEMARAPURA – The evaluation of volcanic activity of Gunung Agung period, Sunday (12/11) at 18.00 to 24.00 Wita again showed new seismic data.

    The PVMBG team recorded a low frequency frequency, with a duration of 31 seconds.

    This earthquake was first recorded by seismic devices PVMBG in Post Monitor Mount Api Agung, since Mount Agung has increased volcanic activity.

    Head of Sub-Field Mitigation Monitoring Volcano East Region PVMBG, Devy Kamil Syahbana explained, low frequency earthquake is a seismic that occurred in shallow depths.

    According to the epicenter of this type of typically occurs dikedalaman around hundreds of meters to 2 Km, due to the flow of magmatic fluid.

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    GUNUNG AGUNG UPDATE: Until 06.00 WITA Volcanic Earthquake At Mount Agung Recorded There are 205 Times

    AMLAPURA – Gunung Agung’s activities are still experiencing ups and downs in terms of seismicity. However, with fluctuations in seismicity, the largest mountain status in Bali is still critical of the IV level of alert. This was conveyed by Head of PVMBG KESDM, Kasbani.

    “The earthquake is still fluctuating, and the status of Gunung Agung is still at the IV level,” Radius of disaster-prone areas is still 9 km and 12 km sectoral, “he said on Wednesday (4/10/2017) at Gunung Agung Observation Post, Rendang Village, Karangasem, Bali.

    Although the seismic fluctuates, said Kasbani Gunung Agung energy is still very large. “We are still monitoring the progress of Mount Agung,” he said briefly. While the data recorded the number of seismicity of Mount Agung, today the period hours of 00.00-06.00 Wita has happened 205 times the earthquake.

    Nevertheless there is no earthquake. Detailed, there were 109 deep volcanics, 81 shallow and local tectonic volcanics 15 times. Whereas the previous day seismic data, the period of 00.00-24.00 Wita has occurred 567 earthquakes.

    Occurred 1 to 4 times the earthquake was felt with the scale II MMI.
    The details, 322 deep volcanic, 287 shallow and local tectonic volcanic 48 times. (*)

    Sources: http://bali.tribunnews.com/2017/10/04/hingga-pukul-0600-wita-gempa-vulkanik-di-gunung-agung-tercatat-ada-205-kali
    Translated by Aryputra PandeBIC

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