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News & updates:
Sunday, Jul 01, 2018
Volcanic Ash Advisory Center Washington (VAAC) issued the following report: ... [more]
This aerial image taken on Sunday morning 24 June 2018, shows the  section of the channelized flow below Kapoho crater where the lava is ponding  and overflowing at its edges, sending lava laterally. (Bruce Omori, Extreme Exposure Fine Art Gallery)
Friday, Jun 29, 2018
Kilauea’s LERZ eruption continues in much the same way as it has since lava flows from fissure 8 reached the ocean at Kapoho at the start of June. The cinder cone constructed through lava spattering around fissure 8 is by now 55 m (180 ft) tall at its highest point, mostly hiding the lava fountains which only occasionally rise above it. HVO/USGS estimates that the rate at which lava effuses from fissure 8 is approximately 100 cubic meters per second. The well established 8-mile channel through which this lava is quickly transported to the ocean shows intermittent, short-lived overflows which rarely extend beyond the existing flow field. ... [more]
Sketch map of Hawaii's location
Sketch map of Hawaii's location
Location of Hawaii in the middle of the Pacific Ocean
Location of Hawaii in the middle of the Pacific Ocean
Hawai'i - the Big Island and its volcanoes. Only Hualalai, Mauna Loa and Kilauea are still active, all of them having historic eruptions.
Hawai'i - the Big Island and its volcanoes. Only Hualalai, Mauna Loa and Kilauea are still active, all of them having historic eruptions.
Map of the Hawaiian Islands
Map of the Hawaiian Islands
 

Volcanoes of Hawai'i

Hawai'i (Big Island) (5 volcanoes): Hualalai | Kilauea | Loihi | Mauna Kea | Mauna Loa
Haleakala| Unnamed 21.75°N/158.75°W| Unnamed 23.58°N/163.83°W
Haleakala
(Shield volcano)
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Unnamed 21.75°N/158.75°W
(Submarine volcano?)
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Unnamed 23.58°N/163.83°W
(Submarine volcano)
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