Krakatoa is located in the Sunda Strait between the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra. In the 1880s, it was an active volcano that eventually erupted in a catastrophic event in 1883, resulting in one of the deadliest volcanic disasters in history.
There is no specific mention of minerals being found near Krakatoa, which is an active volcano in Indonesia. However, the region around Krakatoa is part of the Sunda Arc, which is known for its rich mineral deposits. These mineral resources include gold, copper, silver, and tin.
The 1823 Krakatoa Tsunami primarily affected the Indonesian island of Java, including the areas around the Sunda Strait. It caused significant devastation along the coastlines, with a reported height of up to 12 meters (40 feet) in some areas.
ivIndonesia contains over 130 active volcanoes, more than any other country on earth. They comprise the axis of the Indonesian island arc system, which is generated by northeastward subduction of the Indo-Australian plate. The great majority of these volcanoes lie along the topographic crest of the arc's two largest islands - Java and Sumatra
Krakatoa killed over 40,000 people...
Indonesia is passed through by the equator line, making Indonesia both in the northern and southern hemisphere. It is also in the eastern hemisphere. Indonesia is in the northern, southern and eastern hemisphere. See related link below.
The Krakatoa is a volcano located in Indonesia, a cluster of islands with the same name, between Sumatra and Java. The name refers both to Krakatoa group of islands and the island itself (also called Rakata) and the volcano.
c.5 sq mi (13 sq km), W Indonesia, in Sunda Strait between Java and Sumatra; rising to 2,667 ft (813 m).
132,784,823 peopled died from the explosions. this is why the worlds going to end in 2012
Krakatoa's 1883 eruption was so enormous that it nearly destroyed the island, leaving behind a ring of tiny islands and a seawater filled caldera. The volcanic vent has been somewhat active in recent years, however, leading to the formation of a tiny island in the middle of the caldera known as Anak Krakatau that is constantly being built up and eroded. The current Anak Krakatau is the fourth one to have broken the surface, and is still a matter of concern to vulcanologists and the Vulcanological Survey of Indonesia.
between Java and Sumatra, Indonesia
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Krakatoa is a Caldera Volcano.
A caldera is a cauldron-like volcanic feature usually formed by the collapse of land following a volcanic eruption. They are sometimes confused with volcanic craters. The word comes from Spanish caldera, and this from Latin CALDARIA, meaning "cooking pot." In some texts the English term cauldron is also used.
In 1815, the German geologist Leopold von Buch visited the Las Cañadas caldera of Teide on Tenerife, and the Caldera de Taburiente on La Palma, both in the Canary Islands. When he published his memoirs he introduced the term caldera into the geological vocabulary.
Krakotoa lava was known to be made of dacite or rhyolite. This explains the magnitude of the eruption. I hope this helped. :)
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Nothing. The Richter scale is used to measure the intensity of earthquakes, not volcanic eruptions. The eruption of Krakatoa in 1883 was a VEI 6 in the volcanic explosivity index.
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Krakatoa destroyed 165 villages and towns, and 132 seriously damaged. Many thous0and people were injured by the eruption mostly from the tsunamis that followed. The eruption destroyed 2/3 of the islands of Krakatao. At least 36417 people died and the volcano is growing 5 metres per year.