Sunday, April 01, 2007

Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii - John Seach

Eruptions continue along the east rift zone at Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. Incandescence is visible in Pu`u`O`o vent and two lava flows are entering the ocean. Lava in the PKK flow enters a tube system until the coastal plain where it continues as a surface flow. The campout lava tube provides ocean entries at Kamokuna, with an eastward branch towards the base of Royal Gardens subdivision, and westward branch to the East Lae`apuki sea cliff.
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