GEOMORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF SMALL VOLCANIC ISLANDS IN NORTH MALUKU, INDONESIA

@article{Mutaqin2021GEOMORPHOLOGICALAF,
  title={GEOMORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF SMALL VOLCANIC ISLANDS IN NORTH MALUKU, INDONESIA},
  author={Bachtiar Wahyu Mutaqin and Warsini Handayani and Fredi Satya Candra Rosaji and Desy Wahyuningtyas and Muh Aris Marfai},
  journal={JURNAL GEOGRAFI},
  year={2021}
}
Indonesia, which is located in the Pacific Ring of Fire, has at least 100 active volcanoes that are spread among more than 17,000 islands. Several active volcanoes are located on small islands, so they require a greater effort in relation to disaster management, especially those related to volcano activities. However, research on the identification of small volcanic islands has not been widely carried out in Indonesia. This study tries to fill the gap using a geomorphological aspect approach… 
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