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  Gunung Kerinci - Wikipedia Indonesia, ensiklopedia bebas berbahasa Indonesia
Gunung Kerinci (juga dieja "Kerintji", dan dikenal sebagai Gunung Kerenci, Gadang, Berapi Kurinci, Korinci, atau Puncak Indrapura) adalah gunung tertinggi di Sumatra, dan puncak tertinggi di Indonesia di luar Papua.
Gunung Kerinci terletak di Pegunungan Basin, dekat pantai barat, dan terletak sekitar 130 km sebelah selatan Padang.
Ia adalah fitur paling terkenal dari Taman Nasional Kerinci Seblat.
id.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gunung_Kerinci   (103 words)

 Gunung Berapi Rinjani - Wikipedia
Ketinggian Gunung Kerinci 3,805 meter, manakala ketinggian Gunung Rinjani 3,726 meter di atas permukaan laut.
Gunung Berapai Rinjani terletak pada lintang 8º25' S dan 116º28' T. Ia merupakan gunung kegemaran bagi pendaki-pendaki di Indonesia kerana keindahan pemandangannya.
Gunung ini terletak di Taman Nasional Gunung Rinjani yang memiliki luas sekitar 41,330 hektar dan rancangan telah dikemukakan untuk meluaskan kawasannya sehingga 76,000 hektar ke arah barat dan timur.
ms.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gunung_Berapi_Rinjani   (157 words)

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According to the Darwin VAAC, on 27 August at 1000 an ash plume was observed at a height of ~3.5 km a.s.l.
According to the Darwin VAAC, on 22 June an ash plume from Kerinci was observed drifting W at a height of ~3.8 km a.s.l.
A pilot reported to the Darwin VAAC that an ash cloud emitted from Kerinci was visible on 27 September at 0813 drifting W at a height of ~6 km a.s.l.
www.volcano.si.edu /reports/usgs/archive.cfm?volcano=kerinci   (622 words)

 Kerinci Seblat National Park: Lake Gunung Tujuh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Gunung Tujuh is probably one of the few remaining large, undisturbed lakes in Sumatra, and although it is biologically not very rich, in terms of geomorphology and aesthetic values it is very unusual.
Lake Gunung Tujuh is a spectacular caldera lake of 960 hectares, located at an attitude of 1,950 metres and surrounded on all sides by the very steep slopes of Mt. Tujuh.
Lake Gunung Tujuh is probably one of the few remaining large, undisturbed lakes in Sumatra, and although it is biologically not very rich, in terms of geomorphology and aesthetic values it is very unusual.
www.kerinci.org /lake_g7.html   (690 words)

 Pembicaraan:Gunung Kerinci - Wikipedia Indonesia, ensiklopedia bebas berbahasa Indonesia
gunung kerinci memang yang tertinggi di indonesia dan tidak bisa dibandingkan dengan pegunungan jaya wijaya karena itu merupakan pegunungan.
tapi kalau dikategorikan puncak (bukan gunung) puncak kerinci yang disebut puncak indrapura adalah puncak kedua tertinggi setelah puncak jaya.
karena di gunung atau pegunungan terdiri dari beberapa puncak dengan nama yang berbeda-beda.
id.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bicara:Gunung_Kerinci   (103 words)

 Gunung Kerinchi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Maklumat yang diberi oleh Aris amat membantu rombongan kami yang akan memulakan pendakian diesok hari.Malam itu peserta OGKL dinasihatkan tidur awal sebab esok awal pagi tim akan bergerak awal ke basecamp di kaki Gunung Kerinci ini.
Teriakan teman-teman di puncak Gunung Kerinci yang tiba dahulu memberi semangat kepada peserta-peserta yang masih berada di bawah membakar semangat mereka meneruskan pendakian untuk tiba ke puncak juga.
Pada malam hari tersebut kami sempat mengadakan majlis makan malam bersama tim ASEAN,menjemput pegawai dari taman kerinci seblat bagi menandakan kesyukuran
members.tripod.com /ogkl10_10/dokumen/gnkerinchi03.htm   (2029 words)

 Trekking South East Asia - Indonesia
Lake Kerinci is the best place to see the parks's famous birdlife: hornbills, banded-boardbills and drongos, whose tails give the illusion that the bird is constantly being chased by two fl butterflies.
Kerinci's crater, which erupted in 1934 is filled with yellowish -green water.
Kerinci is gorgeous, where you can find many kind of birds, such as Sumatran hornbill and wild dove.
www.symbiosis-travel.com /trekking/indonesia/Kerinci_Seblat.htm   (359 words)

 Kerinci Seblat National Park
Especially around the crater-lakes of Gunung Tujuh (2604m) and Gunung Kerinci, the landscape is very beautifull.
East of Gunung Kerinci lies lake Bento, the highest freshwater swamp in Sumatra.
The relatively flat Kerinci valley cuts the park in two and forms the main entrance to the area.
www.geocities.com /RainForest/4466/seblat1.htm   (382 words)

 WORLDTWITCH - Birding Gunung Kerinci, Sumatra, Indonesia by Dave Sargeant
Gunung Kerinci is most easily accessed via the international airport at Padang, 200 km to the north, which is connected with direct flights from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Jakarta.
Gunung Kerinci: One on 19-Jun and 2 on 21-Jun.
Gunung Kerinci: A female on 17-Jun, a pair on 18-Jun and 19-Jun, and a pair on 21-Jun.
www.worldtwitch.com /sumatra-birding-2005.htm   (8767 words)

 Pengumuman Larangan Sementara Pendakian Gunung Kerinci
Belerang pada bulan-bulan ini sampai turun ketanaman di sekitar kaki Gunung Kerinci.
Sehubungan dengan hal tersebut diatas maka sejak tanggal 19 Juni 2004 Gunung Kerinci masih dinyatakan DITUTUP untuk pengunjung sampai pemberitahuan lebih lanjut.
Kepada pihak-pihak terkait dimohon untuk menyebarluaskan informasi ini, serta kepada para pengunjung agar mengalihkan kunjungannya ke lokasi yang lain.
www.dephut.go.id /INFORMASI/PHPA/PROSEDUR/Umum_456.htm   (189 words)

 indahnesia.com - Jambi - Sumatera's biggest national reserve - Discover Indonesia Online
It's dominated by vulcanoes, among them the active Gunung Kerinci (3800 metres), the highest mountain in western Indonesia, which overshadows the valley in the north.
A climb to the top of Gunung Kerinci or one of the many other vulcanoes shows an important and remarkable change in vegetation; high trees are gradually replaced by lower trees which are covered in mosh and sub-alpine meadows and swamps at the top.
It's known that the forests around Gunung Kerinci were touched by humans as long as 7,500 year ago, probably to ease their hunting and to cultivate crops.
indahnesia.com /indonesia/JAMKER/kerinci.php   (1374 words)

To one coming from outside Kerinci it is very difficult to pick up any of the dialects, and although one's ear gets attuned to it after a long period of residence, it remains very hard to use a dialect actively in conversation.
Sporadic references to Kerinci in European records throughout the latter half of the seventeenth century right up to the beginning of the nineteenth describe it as a region to which political refugees escaped after being defeated in power struggles in neighbouring sultanates, and secondly as an area renowned for its gold.
The people of Kerinci have thus been able to use their new wealth not only for the expenses of the pilgrimage, but also for the purchase of a variety of consumer goods of which the most conspicuous have been in recent years: building materials, televisions and Japanese motor-bikes.
lucy.ukc.ac.uk /csacpub/watson/chap1.html   (5602 words)

 Rp.4,9 Trillion In Loans Of Japan -- Rabu, 26 Januari 2000
Aktivitas kegempaan Gunung Kerinci di Sumatera dalam dua pekan terakhir dilaporkan masih didominasi gempa embusan.
Gunung Karangetang di Sulawesi yang dapat diamati dari Pos Pengamatan Gunung Api di Salili dilaporkan terdapat embusan asap dari kawah selatan berwarna putih, dengan ketinggian 150 meter.
Gunung Lokon di selatan Manado dalam dua pekan terakhir masih di atas normal.
www.kompas.com /kompas-cetak/0209/12/iptek/akti10.htm   (1231 words)

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Kerinci's park headquarters is practically cut off from the provin- cial governments, being seven hours from the nearest capital.
The Gunung Leuser ICDP was seeking EU financing for an airstrip and roads outside the PA in compensation for having lobbied successfully against the construction of a road across it, and also has modest funds to invest in projects at a kabupaten level.
The Gunung Leuser ICDP has adopted the most convincing approach, by setting up a high-powered coordination committee including ministers and provincial governors (although coordination closer to the field level has yet to be tested).
www-wds.worldbank.org /external/default/WDSContentServer/IW3P/IB/1999/09/11/000094946_99090105302787/Rendered/INDEX/multi_page.txt   (16980 words)

 Sumatran Tiger Reserves and National Parks in detail. Gunung Leuser National Park.
Gunung Leuser in the north of Sumatra covers 950,000 hectares (7,927 square kilometres) and is one of Indonesia's largest National Parks.
Gunung Leuser is widely considered to be the most secure reserve area for the Sumatran tiger.
Remote cameras within Gunung Leuser National Park enabled the population there to be estimated at between 110-116 Sumatran tigers; 36-39 male and 74-77 female.
www.lairweb.org.nz /tiger/gunungleuser.html   (405 words)

 Species info - HTML
Population On and around Gunung Kerinci in 1914 the species was "very common" (Robinson and Kloss 1918a), and at dusk in July 1998 five adult males were heard calling in the lowest forested part of the Kerinci summit trail (F. Verbelen in litt.
On Gunung Sibayak the habitat in 1995 was montane forest with dense undergrowth at 1,600 m (Holmes 1996).
Birds taken at Kerinci in 1914 were found to have been targeting "a very big species of cock-roach not uncommon among the vegetation", but also with some vegetable matter (Robinson and Kloss 1918a).
www.rdb.or.id /view_html.php?id=241&op=pittschn   (1209 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Dominating the landscape to the north of the central rift valley is the active volcanic cone of Gunung Kerinci, while to the north and south-west, respectively, lie the crater lakes of Danau Tujuh and Danau Kerinci.
The topography of the region is generally steep and incised, with prominent spurs descending toward the east and west from the north-south aligned ridges of the Barisan mountains.
The plain of the Kerinci valley is characterised by significantly lower rainfall due to the rainshadow effect of the surrounding mountains.
sea.unep-wcmc.org /sites/pa/0223v.htm   (2463 words)

 Kerinci Seblat National Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Another classic regional dance, the Rangguk Dance is part of the region’s cultural identity and is known by almost all community members in Kerinci.
Kerinci Seblat National Park (KSNP) is the largest national park in Sumatra and one of Indonesia's most important natural reserves.
Some 17 species of birds and several mammal species found in the park are endemic to Sumatra, appearing nowhere else on earth.
www.kerinci.org   (205 words)

 Global Volcanism Program | Kerinci | Summary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The 3800-m-high Gunung Kerinci in central Sumatra forms Indonesia's highest volcano and is one of the most active in Sumatra.
Kerinci is capped by an unvegetated young summit cone that was constructed NE of an older crater remnant.
The frequently active Gunung Kerinci has been the source of numerous moderate explosive eruptions since its first recorded eruption in 1838.
www.volcano.si.edu /world/volcano.cfm?vnum=0601-17=   (152 words)

 Cetak Berita   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Selain itu, gunung tertinggi di Indonesia dengan ketinggian 3.805 dpl itu mengeluarkan awan putih setinggi ratusan meter di puncak gunung.
Pantauan dari Desa Pelompek, Kecamatan Kayu Aro, Kamis (1/6) sekitar pukul 08.00, puncak Gunung Kerinci terlihat jelas mengeluarkan asap putih.
Afrizal, warga Desa Sungai Kering, Kecamatan Kayu Aro, Kabupaten Kerinci, Provinsi Jambi, mengaku sempat melarikan keluarga ke luar rumah sewaktu melihat asap hitam bulan lalu.
www.kompas.com /kirim_berita/print.cfm?nnum=97970   (201 words)

 Sumatran Tiger Reserves and National Parks in detail. Kerinci Seblat National Park.
Kerinci Seblat National Park was, until quite recently, the largest reserve in Indonesia.
Other significant mammals include elephants, tapir, clouded leopard, flying squirrels, sun bears, the extremely unusual serow (a goat-deer), Kerinci rabbits (found nowhere else in the world), melanistic golden cats which are often mistaken for fl panthers (photographed in 1996), the tiger, and the mysterious orang pendak, a form of great ape.
Kerinci Seblat for the past 150 years, but has yet to be identified by experts.
www.lairweb.org.nz /tiger/kerinci.html   (571 words)

 UNEP-WCMC Protected Areas Programme - Tropical Rainforests of Sumatra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Its highest point is the magnificent Gunung Kerinci at 3,805m, the highest peak in Sumatra and highest volcano in Indonesia.
The Minangkaban are a leading tribe in the north of KSNP with the Kerinci in the middle, the Ipuh on the west coast and the Rejangin in the south.
KSNP:    P.O.Box 40, Sungai Penuh, Kerinci 37101, Jambi, Indonesia.
sea.unep-wcmc.org /sites/wh/forests_of_sumatra.htm   (3935 words)

 Republika Online : http://www.republika.co.id
Penduduk sekitar Gunung Kerinci melaporkan, binatang buas terutama harimau pernah beberapa kali turun keperkampungan dan memangsa lembu penduduk yang juga banyak berkeliaran di sekitar hutan.
Diakuinya, pada awal Mei 2006 Gunung Kerinci mengeluarkan dua kali asap tebal dan sempat membuat panik penduduk dibagian utara gunung yang khawatir gunung akan meletus dan masyarakat akhirnya tenang setelah mendapat informasi dari petugas Posko Gunung Berapi.
Status Gunung Berapi Kerinci kini aktif normal, sehingga tidak ada larangan bagi para pendaki atau wisatawan unjuk melakukan pendakian pada batas yang telah ditentukan dan mengimbau para pendaki tetap waspada dan dilarang keras hingga ke bibir kuba lava.
www.republika.co.id /online_detail.asp?id=254369&kat_id=23   (286 words)

 Species info - HTML
A pair were seen on Kerinci, some 15 m up in forest with a feeding flock (P. Morris verbally 1998).
Two birds seen in February 1994 on Gunung Kerinci were suspected to be feeding young (Simpson 1995).
It appears, however, that Padangpanjang is situated on Gunung Singgalang and is therefore here treated as a sublocality of the mountain.
www.rdb.or.id /view_html.php?id=44&op=cochbecc   (1027 words)

 Birding Worldwide - Sumatra & Java
The elevational range is from 200 metres to the summit of Gunung Kerinci, which is 3,805 metres.
With this large area and altitudinal range from lowlands to alpine areas, the park is exceptionally important in conservation terms as it protects a wide range of habitats including lowland dipterocarp forest, lakes and wetlands, montane and hill forest and alpine woodlands.
Gunung Kerinci is also noted as a great site for some very scarce nightbirds – Pale-headed Frogmouth, Rajah Scops Owl, Barred Eagle Owl and Salvadori’s Nightjar.
www.birdingworldwide.com.au /sumatra__java.htm   (1386 words)

 Surfbirds.com - Indo-Malaysia 01
77 *Lesser Coucal 25-26/6 and 1/7 Gunung Kerinci, 23/7 Gilimanuk, 26/7 Ubud.
Indigo Flycatcher 25(2)-26(1)/6 Gunung Kerinci and 16/7 Gunung Gede.
Long-tailed Shrike Common at Gunung Kerinci and 21-22/7 at Baluran and 23/7 at Gilimanuk.
www.surfbirds.com /mb/trips/Malay_Indo_01.htm   (9586 words)

 Explore Sumatra - Motorcycle / Car / Surfing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The immense volcano Gunung Kerinci (3,805m), dominates the landscape as the scenic road winds through forests and tea plantations.
Here the Kerinci valley is surrounded by the vast expanse of jungle that is Kerinci Seblat National Park.
The countryside of fertile agricultural lands is dominated by the impressive Gunung Dempo (3,159m).
www.tigeradventures.com /itinerary6.htm   (660 words)

 Surfbirds Birding Trip Report: Singapore, Peninsula Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, Flores, Rinca and Komodo Islands, 24th May ...
Gunung Kerinci famed as the site of mouth watering rarities such as Schneider's Pitta, Sumatran Cochoa and Salvadori's Pheasant, the site is both spectacular and active with the volcano smoking on most days.
*Black-browed Barbet 11-12/6 The gap,15-18/6 Cameron highlands and 27-28/6 at Gunung Kerinci.
Sunda Whistling Thrush 27/6 Gunung Kerinci and two at Letter W waterfall were of the brown Sumatran form castaneus.
www.surfbirds.com /trip_report.php?id=350   (9612 words)

 Explore Sumatra - Motorcycle / Car / Surfing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Gunung Kerinci (3,805m) towers above the vast tropical rainforest of the Kerinci Seblat National Park.
Accomodation at Kerinci is basic, homestyle style, but clean and comfortable.
The next day begin the climb, through the jungles surrounding the base of the mountain, where you will see many examples exotic birdlife, and other wild animals.
www.tigeradventures.com /b.htm   (332 words)

 Trekking South East Asia - Indonesia
Gunung Leuser National Park is one of the biggest national parks in Indonesia (950,000 hectare).
The Gunung Leuser National Park comprises more than 100 kilometres of the Bukit Barisan Mountains.
Gunung Leuser National Park is one of the finest tropical rain-forest parks in the world.
www.symbiosis-travel.com /trekking/indonesia/Gunung_Lueser.htm   (325 words)

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