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Far End of Lava Flow Reactivates, Lava Spills Out of Steaming Crack

The following photos were released by the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (USGS) (Dated August 29, 2014) . Note: these photos were not taken in areas currently accessible to the public. 545 more words

Pacific Island National Parks

Hawaii Volcano Summary: Flow Remains Active

The June 27th lava flow at Kilauea remains active, according to the Hawaii Volcano Observatory‘s latest update. Overflights yesterday found new steaming above a crack extending eastward from the most distant tip of the flow. 126 more words

Kilauea

Video: Steam indicates lava is headed towards homes

This video captured by Paradise Helicopters shows steam venting from the June 27 lava flow from Pu’u O’o Crater in Volcanoes National Park.  Scientists are stating that the location of the steam indicates underground movement of lava towards the Kaohe Homesteads subdivision in Pahoa.   32 more words

Kilauea

Hawaii Volcano Summary: East Rift Zone Activity Continues Towards Forest Reserve

According to the Hawaii Volcano Summary, there was net inflation at Puʻu ʻŌʻō over the past day, and glow was visible overnight above several openings in the crater floor. 138 more words

Kilauea

Island Beverages: The Lava Flow

I know most people associate the Mai Tai with Hawaiian / tropical vacations, but I associate Lava Flows with Hawaiian vacations. I really like Lava Flows anytime, but they taste… 256 more words

Hawaii

Lava eruptions reported at Italy’s Stromboli and Ecuador’s Tungurahua volcanoes

August 2014 ITALY – Stromboli volcano lava eruption: The lava effusion continues at decreasing, but still considerable rate. When seen yesterday evening, only one channel, 5-10 m wide was still entering the sea at 10 m wide front, while there had been up to 7 branches reaching the shore in the area west of or partially covering the 2007 lava delta. 184 more words
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The Greatest Show On Earth!

Subterminal activity on Mount Etna bursts of bubbles of magma and lava flows from an altitude of 3025-3100 meters

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