'Sumatra' can also refer to...

Aceh (Sumatra/Indonesia)

Analysis of afterslip distribution following the 2007 September 12 southern Sumatra earthquake using poroelastic and viscoelastic media

Bonjol (Sumatra/Indonesia)

Bukittinggi (Sumatra/Indonesia)

The Effect of Primaquine on Gametocyte Development and Clearance in the Treatment of Uncomplicated Falciparum Malaria With Dihydroartemisinin-Piperaquine in South Sumatra, Western Indonesia: An Open-Label, Randomized, Controlled Trial

Epidemic dengue transmission in southern Sumatra, Indonesia

Giant rat of Sumatra

Gravitational gradient changes following the 2004 December 26 Sumatra–Andaman Earthquake inferred from GRACE

HOPE-JONES, Arthur (1911 - 1984), Chairman, London Sumatra Plantations plc, since 1978; Director and/or Adviser to companies in UK and abroad, since 1960

How the state of stress varies in the Wadati–Benioff zone: indications from focal mechanisms in the Wadati–Benioff zone beneath Sumatra and Java

Jane Drakard. A Kingdom of Words: Language and Power in Sumatra. (South-East Asian Historical Monographs.) New York: Oxford University Press. 1999. Pp. xxi, 322. $45.00

Kabanjahe (Sumatra/Indonesia)

Lampung (Sumatra/Indonesia)

Long-period spectral features of the Sumatra–Andaman 2004 earthquake rupture process

Mandailing People (Sumatra)

Mandailing People (Sumatra)

Medan (Sumatra/Indonesia)

NORRIS, Eric (George) (1918 - 2005), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Director: Inchcape & Co., 1977–88 (Deputy Chairman, 1981–86); London Sumatra Plantations Ltd, 1978–88; Gray Mackenzie Ltd, 1978–88

Northwest Sumatra-Barrier Island Languages

Northwest Sumatra-Barrier Island Languages

Padang (Sumatra/Indonesia)

Padangpanjang (Sumatra/Indonesia)

Palembang (Sumatra/Indonesia)

Payakumbuh (Sumatra/Indonesia)

Pekanbaru (Sumatra/Indonesia)

Petrogenesis of the Toba Tuffs, Sumatra, Indonesia

Regional GPS data confirm high strain accumulation prior to the 2000 June 4 Mw = 7.8 earthquake at southeast Sumatra





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World's sixth largest island, in w Indonesia. The largest cities (pop. 1990) are Medan (1,685,972), Palembang (1,084,483), and Padang (477,344). Sumatra's w coast is rugged and mountainous, the Barisan Mountains ...

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