The cooperation is of high importance since the majority of national disasters in Indonesia are related to hydrometeorology.
However, it is necessary to continue with a more in-depth study, especially related to the presence and distribution of surface ruptures or tearing of the soil and rock surfaces as an indication of a zone cut by the fault
The muddy water impacted the gills and caused the mass death.
Past records show that several volcanic eruptions in Indonesia have claimed lives, have other impacts in the form of economic and social aspects disruption on the community, as well as damage to infrastructure and other development results
Dozens of public facilities were also damaged.
The earthquake destroyed the house of a resident in Rancasema village, Cibadak subdistrict, Lebak regency.
Tremors felt in nearby cities, including Jakarta, Depok, and Bekasi.
The idea was first proposed a few years ago.
Above average rainfall could be utilized to ensure meeting the needs for water resources, farming, and the forestry sector.
Indonesia volcanoes are not only above ground but also exist under some Indonesian waters.
Total death toll increased by 76.1 percent, and the number of people who were injured increased extremely by 2,180 percent.
Jakarta has completed construction of 12.6 km. The shortfall is for 33 km. The Ministry of PUPR will work for 11 km and the West Java Provincial Government for 22 km
This Sunday, December 26, 2021, is exactly 17 anniversary of Aceh Tsunami that devasted Aceh and killed more than 200,000 people.
The BNPB also recorded 140,829 damaged houses out of which 18,971 suffered severe damages, 25,263 incurred moderate damages, and 96,595 houses suffered mild damages.
"After carrying out a joint evaluation of all the SAR potential involved in the search and the families of the victims who have not been found, we finally agreed to stop or close the SAR operation which has been going on for 13 days."
Since two days ago, it keeps releasing lava avalanches as far as two kilometers away.
A 5.0 magnitude earthquake hit southern East Java on Thursday, December 16, at 06.01 Western Indonesian Time (WIB) and damaged a number of areas in Jember regency.
No fatality was reported. Hundreds of aftershocks followed.
Head of the Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) Dwikorita Karnawati affirmed that the earthquake that hit Flores Sea was a shallow quake caused by a strike-slip fault in the area.
AirNav Indonesia confirmed flights still run normally after 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) on Tuesday, December 14, at 11.20 Central Indonesia Time (WITA).