|Elevation||3,142 m (10,308 ft)|
|Prominence||2,450 m (8,040 ft)|
|Parent range||Bukit Barisan|
|Last eruption||31 May 2022|
Mount Dempo is the highest stratovolcano in South Sumatra province that rises above Pasumah Plain near Pagar Alam and adjacent with Bengkulu Province. Seven craters are found around the summit. A 400-metre (1,300 ft) wide lake is found at the north-west end of the crater complex.
Activities present been in 2009 and most recently, May 31, 2022. Historical activity has been confined to being small-to-moderate explosive activity that produced ashfall near the volcano.
At 1:54 AM (GMT+7), a small phreatic explosion occurred causing small pyroclastic flows to ride down the northwest slope a few hundred meters downward, resulting to no injuries nor any damage to the surrounding landscape other than the volcano itself, lasting no more than 239s/3m59s.
The Royal Rotterdam Lloyd Dutch shipping company named and operated a fine passenger liner named 'Dempo' from 1931 to 1944 between Europe and South Asia.
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- "Mountains of the Indonesian Archipelago" Peaklist.org gives an elevation of 3,159 m and a prominence of 2,446 m for Mount Dempo. Retrieved 2012-02-06.
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- Mount Dempo on Mountain-Forecast.com