Volcano erupts in Guatemala burying towns in ash and lava

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What's Happening At Kilauea In Hawaii? 16 Questions With A Front

- medium.com
13 Jun 2018
Lava flows from the crater of Kilauea volcano as dozens of structures have been destroyed by scorching lava flows following a massive volcano eruption on Hawaii's Big Island, USA on May 5, 2018. Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupted in early May triggering a series of earthquakes that have continued to rattle the island as burning blood-red lava spewed hundreds of feet in the ...

Further eruptions at Hawaii's Kilauea volcano

13 Jun 2018
Hawaii's eruption, however, has produced slow-moving lava that has destroyed hundreds of structures but allowed people to evacuate, in sharp contrast to Guatemala's Fuego volcano that ejected fast pyroclastic flows, which buried villages in burning ash and killed at least 109 last week.
- rte.ie

Lava destroys as many as 700 homes in Hawaii

- cbsnews.com
13 Jun 2018
PAHOA, HAWAII -- Lava flowing from the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island has claimed as many as 700 homes, CBS Honolulu affiliate KGMB reports . There is "a lot of desperation out there. A lot of tears. A lot of, 'What now?'" said Big Island Mayor Harry Kim, who spoke at a news conference Monday.

Kilauea eruption will fuel volcano research

13 Jun 2018
After producing more than 10,000 earthquakes, 250-foot-high lava fountains and summit explosions that sent plumes of steam and ash 30,000 feet into the air, Kilauea continues to behave in ways that are surprising even to longtime volcano observers, as it provides grist for scientific research for years to come.
- staradvertiser.com

Quand l' ruption finira elle ? When will the eruption come to an end Volcans et Glaciers

- claudegrandpeyvolcansetglacier...
13 Jun 2018
When will the eruption come to an end? This is the question only Madame Pele is able to answer. Sure, scientists studying the current eruption of Kilauea will learn a lot from the events at the summit and along the East Rift Zone. They are benefiting from advanced technologies that were not available during corresponding events in 1924, 1955 and 1960. The Hawaiian Volcano ...

Lava Speeds Up And Forces More Evacuations As Despair Grows

13 Jun 2018
Blustery winds that caused sulfur dioxide levels to shoot from nonexistent to dangerously high in minutes - as measured by on-site Hawaii National Guardsmen equipped with monitors - didn't keep some evacuees from stopping briefly to watch Kilauea volcano spew lava where they once walked.
- civilbeat.org

Is Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Shooting Green Gems Into the Air

- geologyin.com
13 Jun 2018
Behind the stunning photographs, of course, is devastation left by Kilauea's relentless eruptions, which began May 3 and so far have covered 9.1 square miles with hot lava. On Tuesday, the volcano was still producing a large, channelized flow entering the ocean at Kapoho. As many as 700 homes have been destroyed.

Hawaii volcano unleashes more small blasts, snaking lava

13 Jun 2018
"We've pretty much thrown everything at this event" since a series of lava fissures began emerging from cracks in neighborhood last month, Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency Administrator Talmadge Magno said Monday. "Some aspects of it can kind of start to scale down as the volcano somewhat runs into a stable situation."
- wiproud.com

After Hawaii's Kilauea Erupts, is Japan's Mt Fuji

- japan-forward.com
13 Jun 2018
Kilauea is an active volcano, rising about 1,200 meters (4,190 feet) above sea level on the southern side of the Big Island. It has erupted almost every year and some areas relatively near the summit have been in a state of eruption since 1983. The eruption has the characteristic of spewing lava from fissures in the ground, just like streams of water.

How Much Longer? Seismic Activity at Kilauea Volcano "Eerie and Unsettling

13 Jun 2018
USGS officials said it would still be some time before they could say if the recent six weeks of activity is tied to, or if it is its own separate event from the 1983 eruption at Pu?u ?O?o . The USGS' Volcano Hazards Program lists the 1983 event "the longest and most voluminous known outpouring of lava from Kilauea Volcano's East Rift Zone in more than 500 years."
- mauinow.com

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- volcanodiscovery.com
13 Jun 2018
The volcano is located across Kagoshima Bay only 8 km east of the city of Kagoshima with a population of half a million. Sakurajima's eruptive history has been recorded since the 8th century. It has frequently deposited ash on Kagoshima, and due to its explosive potential, considered a very dangerous volcano and closely monitored.

USGS Maps, Photos Show How Lava Coverage Has Expanded

13 Jun 2018
Map as of 12:00 p.m. (noon) HST, June 10, 2018. Given the dynamic nature of Kilauea's lower East Rift Zone eruption, with changing vent locations, fissures starting and stopping, and varying rates of lava effusion, map details shown here are accurate as of the date/time noted. USGS
- newsweek.com

Explosion at Hawaii volcano spews ash as lava flows into sea

- channelnewsasia.com
13 Jun 2018
"Seismic activity at the crater continues with gas explosions and ash eruptions under 10,000 feet (3,050m). While the eruption is never predictable, conditions appear stable for the moment," Richard Rapoza, a spokesman for Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, said in an email.

Kilauea crater almost DOUBLES in size as eruption devastates

13 Jun 2018
THE crater of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has nearly doubled in size within the last month as its eruption shows no sign of slowing. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is monitoring activity as scientists try to work out what will happen next - so what is going on at the Halema'uma'u crater?
- express.co.uk

Explosion at Hawaii's Kilauea volcano spews ash as lava flows into sea

- axisoflogic.com
13 Jun 2018
"Seismic activity at the crater continues with gas explosions and ash eruptions under 10,000 feet [3,050 metres]. While the eruption is never predictable, conditions appear stable for the moment," Richard Rapoza, a spokesperson for Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, said in an email.

Magnitude 5 2 earthquake strikes Hawaii as Kilauea continues to reel

13 Jun 2018
Big Island's Kilauea volcano is showing no sign of a drop in seismic activity, as it was rocked by another earthquake today. Shaking the summit with a preliminary magnitude of 5.4, the experts at USGS have warned residents to expect ash fall. There have been thousands of earthquakes in the
- endtimeheadlines.org

FEMA assesses damage Kim estimates up to 700 homes were destroyed by lava

- hawaiitribune-herald.com
13 Jun 2018
Hawaiian Volcano Observatory geophysicist Jim Kauahikaua said fissure 8, still the only active fissure, continues to produce lava fountains up to 180 feet high. However, some of its fountains do not reach above 115 feet, which is the height of the spatter cone formed around the fissure.
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