Ungaran Volcano | John Seach


Central Java, Indonesia

7.18 S, 110.33 E
summit elevation 2050 m

Ungaran volcano is the remains of a stratovolcano which has suffered three periods of volcano-tectonic collapse. A fumarole field is located on southern slope with solfatara and hot springs. Another fumarole field is located on NNW slope at 750 m elevation.

Further reading
Phuong, Nguyen Kim, et al. "Water geochemistry and soil gas survey at Ungaran geothermal field, central Java, Indonesia." Journal of volcanology and geothermal research 229 (2012): 23-33.

Setyawan, Agus, et al. "Assessment of Geothermal Potential at Ungaran Volcano, Indonesia Deduced from Numerical Analysis." Proceedings 34th Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford University, California, USA. 2009.

 Ungaran Volcano Eruptions

No recent eruptions at the volcano.