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Video: Phone captures lava nearing road in Pahoa

The leading edge of the June 27th flow moved at a rate of about 460 yd/day yesterday, as measured between the Civil Defense morning overflight and HVO ground crew observations in the afternoon. 129 more words

Kilauea Volcano Update

Update: Hawaii Volcano Observatory sees increase in flow advance rate towards Pahoa

According to a Hawaii Volcano Observatory update yesterday, lava continues to erupt at a low discharge rate from Puʻu ʻŌʻō into the June 27th flow lava tube. 172 more words

Kilauea Volcano Update

Lava Flows, Hurricane Blows, And So It Goes

Molten Pele, oozing magma, burning forest into smoke along the way; raging Ana, gusting wildly, turning windsongs into Rage Against Foul Play; both approaching, growing closer, like sister goddesses expressing their dismay; toward the people, their greed and violence, raping innocence, now the time has come to pay. 335 more words

Numerical approach to predict lava flow

(image from: www.bosai.go.jp)

This kind of topic has not been done in Geology ITB. A tweet from @SpringerGeo showcasing numerical method to predict basalt lava flow. 28 more words

Research And Teaching

Mica Bay

Last week I explored in and around Mica Bay on Lake Superior. This is just North of Pancake Provincial Park. I had noticed people parking along the highway at various times. 330 more words

Photography

New restrictions put in place for aircraft flying near lava flow

The lava flow continues its slow crawl toward Pahoa, sparking a large bush fire this morning and advancing 150 yards since Sunday.

And interest in the lava flow is so great, Hawaii County Civil Defense and the Federal Aviation Administration have now teamed up to place new restrictions on air traffic in the area. 240 more words

News

Sparks Lake

During our stay in Bend Dominique had his birthday and we planned on spending as much time with him as possible that day so we needed a nice short hike for the morning. 227 more words

Hiking