Talagabodas Volcano | John Seach


West Java, Indonesia

7.208 S, 108.07 E
summit elevation 2201 m

Talagabodas volcano consists of a stratovolcano and a crater lake at 1720 m above sea level. The lake contains sulphur. In 1913 an increase in solfataric activity created geyser-like eruptions in the lake. The lake turned from white-green to turbid grey.

Further reading
Prabata, W. and Pratama, H.B., 2019. The development study of Karaha–Talaga Bodas geothermal field using numerical simulation. Geothermal Energy7(1), p.21.

Talagabodas Volcano Eruptions

Solfatara activity.