Issue Date: September/October 2013

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GEOSTRATA, 2013, September/October, 40-44   The island of Java, Indonesia, about seven degrees south of the equator, was formed primarily as a result of eruptions from a chain of volcanoes that lie in an east-west direction along the island. The countryside is lush and green, and very fertile. Although only about the same size as […]

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