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Product ID: 709 - English
Published: 7 Jun, 2006
GLIDE: EQ-2006-000064-IDN

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This map of Mt Merapi Volcano Activity is based on ASTER images acquired on 6 and 7 June 2006. It shows concentration of SO2, ash cloud (drifting South West), ejection of pyroclastic material, and lava flowing from main crater

From ASTER TIR bands: Map of high concentrations of Sulfer Dioxide gas (SO2) present in the ash cloud ejected on 6 June 2006, and Thermal Infrared image of probable lava flows

From ASTER VNIR bands: ejection of pyroclastic material and ash cloud

From ASTER MIR bands: lava flowing from main crater and ejection of pyroclastic material

Scale: 1:150,000 for A2 hardcopy printing
Projection: UTM zone 49 South
Datum: WGS 1984

Map created: 7June 2006
Image sources: LANDSAT 7, SRTM
Data sources: NASA, USGS - ASTER, Europa Technologies, Department Pekerjaan Umum, Global Insight, Landscan 2002, MRVBF model

Image processing and map production: UNOSAT