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File:Sumatra Volcanoes.png

Description Volcanoes on Sumatra island. See en:List of volcanoes in Indonesia.
Date 2006
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Author User:Indon (myself)
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Source of maps:

  1. Base map is a truncated public domain image: Image:Southeast asia.svg.
  2. Geological trench system is taken from Simoes, M., et al. (2004), The Sumatra subduction zone: A case for a locked fault zone extending into the mantle, J. of Geophysical Research, 109. DOI: 10.1029/2003JB002958.
  3. Volcanoes location was traced from en:Google Earth system.
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