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A miner seen compulated the sulfur stalactites while works at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The combustion sulfur gas seen while contacted with the oxygen being glows the blue lights of flame at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The combustion sulfur gas seen while contacted with the oxygen being glows the blue lights of flame at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Sulfur piles seen inside the miners traditional basket at the crater of Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner, Budiono (63) is seen showing his shoulder, which suffered skin and bone injuries from carrying a heavy load of sulfur stalactites in the crater of the Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner seen compulated the sulfur stalactites while works at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner, Arifin (52) seen during lunch at the crater of the Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner seen carrying piles of sulfur walks at small track of Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Sulfur stalactites seen frozen after dripping from the pipes as the liquid sulfur at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner seen compulated the sulfur stalactites while works at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Sulfur mining pipe is seen draining molten sulfur in the crater of the Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner seen compulated the sulfur stalactites while works at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner seen surrounded by clouds during compulated the sulfur stalactites while working in the crater of the Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner seen surrounded by clouds during compulated the sulfur stalactites while working in the crater of the Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner seen carrying piles of sulfur walks at small track of Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner seen carrying piles of sulfur walks at small track of Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A miner seen surrounded by clouds during compulated the sulfur stalactites while working in the crater of the Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The combustion sulfur gas seen while contacted with the oxygen being glows the blue lights of flame at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The complex of Ijen (R) and Raung (L) volcanoes are seen from the waters of the Bali Strait as part of the 'Ring Of Fire' in Indonesia. Photo taken on October 22, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Two sulfur miner seen during works beside the combustion sulfur gas which contacted with the oxygen being glows as the blue lights of flame at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The combustion sulfur gas seen while contacted with the oxygen being glows the blue lights of flame at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The combustion sulfur gas seen while contacted with the oxygen being glows the blue lights of flame at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Sulfur stalactites seen frozen after dripping from the pipes as the liquid sulfur at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The hydrochloric acid lake of Ijen volcano looks stunning in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The crater of Ijen volcano seen in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The combustion sulfur gas seen while contacted with the oxygen being glows the blue lights of flame at Ijen volcano crater in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The hydrochloric acid lake of Ijen volcano looks stunning in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The hydrochloric acid lake of Ijen volcano looks stunning in East Java, Indonesia. Photo taken on October 21, 2016. Based on data from the US Geological Survey, about 1,350 potentially active volcanoes are spread throughout the world, 75 percent of which are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire as an area that stretches across land boundaries in the Pacific Ocean. The data concludes, if earth is a repository of volcanoes that endanger as many as 800 million people who activited within a 100kilometres radius as volcano hazards zone. Since 1968, hundreds people of them known have worked be the sulfur miners in the Ijen volcano crater as the most dangerous workplace in the world. A typical sulfur miner earns an average of $10-25 per day from gathering 75-250 kilograms of sulfur, explained the miners Arifin (52) and Budiono (63) which only have one work choice. Based on historical records the Ijen eruption had erupted for several weeks in 1817 throwing volcanic ash and continued eruption on 2014, and then last eruption on 2018 resulting in 30 people being contaminated with toxic gas and hundreds of people being displaced on 2018. Now, Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center intensively to observed the Ijen volcano activity as fontire guard. At the other side, Ijen volcano has an beautiful nature geological tourists value as the blue glow light of sulfur gas which spewed from volcano body cracks were contacted with the oxygen, as well as a panoramic view of Lake Ijen with its green water due hydrochloric acid. Photo by Aditya Sutanta/ABACAPRESS.COM