Indonesia Earthquake by Bramaditya Swarasmaradhana

In recent years, Indonesia has witnessed a significant rise in earthquake activity, attributed to its location within the seismic hotspot known as the Ring of Fire. The convergence of tectonic plates and rapid urbanization have contributed to the escalation, posing greater risks to the population and infrastructure. Efforts to improve monitoring, early warning systems, and disaster preparedness are underway, emphasizing the need for enhanced safety measures and international collaboration. The situation highlights the urgent need to prioritize the resilience of Indonesian communities in the face of future seismic events.
Data shown earthquake often occured from Jan 2014 - Apr 2023

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