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Lava Update [Video]: Vent Spatter on April 28, 2016

Video and article by Mick Kalber.

A gorgeous sunrise coupled with a rainbow started the day off right as we captured rare footage in the Pu’u ‘O’o vent today. 240 more words

Kilauea

A New Avenue (poetry prompt #2)

I’ve seen it now,A new avenue

Straight and wise

Like a volcanic plume

Nothing is new

under the sun

It was said

by those who know… 67 more words

Poetry

Lava Activity: February 16, 2016

Here’s a bird’s eye view of the recent activity at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park from one of our helicopter flights over Kilauea volcano yesterday… just another Tuesday afternoon in Paradise!

Kilauea Volcano Update

Increase in activity, strombolian explosions, pyroclastic flows reported at Guatemala’s Fuego volcano

December 2015GUATEMALA – The activity at Fuego might be picking up towards a new paroxysm (eruptive phase with strongly increased effusion rate, resulting in lava fountaining and lava flows). 157 more words
Earth Changes

Growing unrest at Masaya volcano: Is another Nicaraguan volcano getting ready to erupt?

December 2015NICARAGUA – According to local press articles referring to information from INETER, the volcano’s activity is on the rise, with “lava being close to the surface.” The main crater of the volcano appears covered with debris from rockfalls from the crater walls, but visible incandescence, strong degassing sounds and small flames (from combusting gasses) jetting from between cracks on the floor, suggest that lava might be not far underneath and could again lead to the formation of a new lava lake, last observed in 1999. 59 more words
Earth Changes

Craters of the Moon: what fresh hell is this?

The last major stop on our long strange trip was Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho.

Craters of the Moon is a flat, black lava field that spreads over 600 square miles. 255 more words

Idaho