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November 3, 2013 Volcano Sinabung on north Sumatra, Indonesia erupts

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The 8,530-foot-high mountain erupted early on Sunday, November 3rd, sending a vertical ash plume 7,000 feet into the air. This eruption prompted an evacuation of 1,500 people living within 3 km of ...

The 8,530-foot-high mountain erupted early on Sunday, November 3rd, sending a vertical ash plume 7,000 feet into the air. This eruption prompted an evacuation of 1,500 people living within 3 km of the volcano. Until August, 2010, Sinabung had been inactive for 400 years. The August 2010 eruption led to an evacuation of 30,000 people. Part of the pacific “ring of fire,” indonesia has 127 active volcanoes as a result of complex subduction of the indo-australia and eurasiatectonic plates

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November 3, 2013 Volcano Sinabung on north Sumatra, Indonesia erupts November 3, 2013 Volcano Sinabung on north Sumatra, Indonesia erupts Presentation Transcript