The brilliant sunset effects observed in Europe after the Krakatoa eruption may naturally be attributed to dust of unusual quality or quantity in the upper regions of the atmosphere (see DusT).
After the eruption of Krakatoa in 1883, a remarkable series of red sunsets appeared all over the world.
The vegetation of Krakatoa was completely exterminated in 1883 by a thick coat of red-hot pumice.
Treub found on Krakatoa four species of composites and two grasses.
Krakatoa), are also explicable by the diffraction of light.
In 1883 Sunda Strait was the scene of the most terrific results of the eruption of Krakatoa, a volcanic island further west in the strait.
The former considerable fishing and coasting trade was ruined by the eruption of Krakatoa in 1883, a large stretch of coast line and the seaport towns of Charingin and Anjer being destroyed by the inundation.