Lava entered the ocean early Tuesday morning, just two months after the latest phase of the Kilauea eruption began.
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The 61G lava flow extending southeast of Puʻu ʻŌʻō towards the coastal plain on Kīlauea’s south flank remains active.
Source: Tip of 61G lava flow is 0.4 miles from coastal emergency road and is active | Hawaii 24/7 (http://www.hawaii247.com/2016/07/16/tip-of-lava-flow-is-0-4-miles-from-coastal-emergency-road-and-is-active/).
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The Kilauea lava flow’s leading edge slowed to a crawl Friday less than a mile from the ocean as breakouts near the base of Pulama pali appeared to divert its supply. 247 more words
Geologists reported yesterday afternoon that the lava flow front was about 150 meters beyond the base of the pali along the western boundary of the abandoned Royal Gardens subdivision. 189 more words
The eastern Pu‘u ‘Ō‘ō breakout remained active, producing a lava flow (informally called the “61g flow”) that continued to advance to the southeast.
KALAPANA (BIVN) – Now that Hawaii County officials have re-established the public viewing area in Kalapana, civil defense can reflect on how it compares to the viewing opportunites offered during the June 27 lava flow crisis. 200 more words