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Gunung Masurai is a large volcanic complex with a remnant half-caldera and a chain of two summit crater lakes and a cone extending SW beyond the former caldera rim. Its youthful constructional phase suggests a late Pleistocene age (Sieh and Natawidjaja, 2000). The Masurai volcanic cluster is associated with the Sungai Penuh pull-apart basin, a feature of the Sumatra strike-slip fault, which becomes wider towards the volcanic cluster (Muraoka et al., 2010).
Source: Global Volcanism Program
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