Activity Level: AWAS (Level
- The top of the mountain looks bright until it is covered in fog. High gusts / thick ash erosion of moderate pressure in the peak crater can be observed either from the northern, northeastern, southern, and south-west slopes of 1500 m. The ash column is leaning westward.
- Rays of fire from the glowing lava at night are observed (CCTV Batulompeh-northern slope).
- Effusive eruptions still occur slowly occasionally followed by a short duration of ash.
Earthquake eruption : nil.
tremor: occurred in 6 hours (with 1-2 mm amplitude, dominant 1 mm).
blow: 12 times.
frequency earthquake: 6 times.
Volcanic: 2 times.
Volcanic: 4 times.
Dangerous area, no activity:
- Within a
radius of 8 km from the summit
- In the South-western,
Southern, South-eastern, North-eastern, and Northern sectoral as far as 10 km
from the summit.
Please contact call center
: +62 361 234099 or +62 813 5396 5324.
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Disaster Prone Areas (KRB) of Mount Agung
can be accessed through:
Please contact call center: +62 361 234099
or +62 813 5396 5324.
For other information please contact KASBANI KA PVMBG (Monitoring/Observation
of Mount Agung)