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Pavlof rests, for now!

Pavlof ash eruption blankets large area


Pavlof volcano, as seen from Cold Bay, showing deposits of March 27-28 eruption. Photo by Candace Shaack.

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News Alert

M4.6 quake 12.3 miles SW of Waimea, NO tsunami generated

The U.S. Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) recorded a magnitude-4.6 earthquake located beneath Hawaii Island at 6:43 a.m. Sunday.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has determined that no damaging tsunami was generated. 264 more words

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Vog: the Hawaii-dweller's cryptonite

…VOG.

Hideous stuff, that.

Vog, also known as volcanic smog, is a regular curse of Big Island life. The very presence of the stuff is enough to send me burrowing back into my pillows with a wail of agony. 824 more words

Stones

Picture them, if you will… smooth stones from a river or a beach. If you are like me (in this way), the very thought will provoke a deep, wonderful sigh; a sensation of settling and safety, solidity and rest. 801 more words

NaBloPoMo 2015

LAVA LAKE THREATENS OVERFLOW IN HAWAII

The lava lake in Kilauea volcano on April 26, 2015. This is the highest the lava lake has reached during the current summit eruption.

The roiling lava lake atop Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano is threatening to overflow for the first time since the molten pool appeared in February 2010. 86 more words

Science

Save the Big Island

From time to time, the Kilauea volcano threatens to engulf a town in hot lava. Instead of the US military conducting bombing exercises at sea or remote pieces of land, why not explosively carve a channel around the town for the lava to flow away? 62 more words

The Lounge