This Oct. 28, 2014, photo provided by the U.S. Geological Survey with the permission of the Sato family, shows the Sato headstone still standing in a sea of black lava in a cemetery in Pahoa, Hawaii. 537 more words
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Big Island officials are monitoring two potential disasters — Tropical Storm Ana and the approaching lava from Kilauea volcano.
“We did our flight this morning. Very little change since yesterday, other than the flow advanced, the front of the flow advanced another 75-85 yards. 229 more words
The following is this week’s edition of “Volcano Watch” from the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory: