Location: 8.1S, 114.2E
Elevation: 7,826 feet (2,386 m)
Ijen is a stratovolcano with a summit caldera. The caldera is about 10
miles (16 km) in diameter. The fertile soils in the caldera are used to
grow coffee. This photo is the view to the east across the caldera. Kawah
Ijen, the active vent, is fuming on the left.
A dozen extinct stratovolcanoes have grown on the margins of the caldera.
Close-up view of Kawah Ijen. View is to the east.
For more information on Ijen.
For further information on Ijen
Source of Information:
Kaswanda , O., and others, 1993, Volcanic hazard map of Ijen volcano, east
Jawa: Volcanological Survey of Indonesia.
Pasternack, G.I., and Varekamp, J.C., 1997, Volcanic lake systematics:
Bulletin of Volcanology, v. 58, p. 528-538.
Simkin, T., and Siebert, L., 1994, Volcanoes of the World: Geoscience
Press, Tucson, Arizona, 349 p.