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Monday, Oct 27, 2014
Sunday, Oct 26, 2014
The June 27th lava flow crossed Apaʻa Street / Cemetery Road at 3:50 AM, HST, Saturday morning, October 25, 2014. In this photo, which was taken at about 9 AM Saturday, the flow is moving from right to left, with burning asphalt visible along it's NW margin. A utility pole, far right, was surrounded by lava but remained standing at the time of the photo. The hope is that the protective insulation and cinder/cement barrier around the pole will prevent it from burning through. (image: HVO)
The June 27th lava flow crossed Apaʻa Street / Cemetery Road at 3:50 AM, HST, Saturday morning, October 25, 2014. In this photo, which was taken at about 9 AM Saturday, the flow is moving from right to left, with burning asphalt visible along it's NW margin. A utility pole, far right, was surrounded by lava but remained standing at the time of the photo. The hope is that the protective insulation and cinder/cement barrier around the pole will prevent it from burning through. (image: HVO)
The 2 active lava fronts advancing towards Apa'a Street just before the contact earlier today (HVO)
The 2 active lava fronts advancing towards Apa'a Street just before the contact earlier today (HVO)
Kilauea (Hawai'i): Lava has crossed the Apaʻa Street / Cemetery Road near the driveway to the Pāhoa cemetery and is now spreading mainly over open grassland. ...more [read all]
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The June 27th lava flow crossed Apaʻa Street / Cemetery Road at 3:50 AM, HST, Saturday morning, October 25, 2014. In this photo, which was taken at about 9 AM Saturday, the flow is moving from right to left, with burning asphalt visible along it's NW margin. A utility pole, far right, was surrounded by lava but remained standing at the time of the photo. The hope is that the protective insulation and cinder/cement barrier around the pole will prevent it from burning through. (image: HVO)
The June 27th lava flow crossed Apaʻa Street / Cemetery Road at 3:50 AM, HST, Saturday morning, October 25, 2014. In this photo, which was taken at about 9 AM Saturday, the flow is moving from right to left, with burning asphalt visible along it's NW margin. A utility pole, far right, was surrounded by lava but remained standing at the time of the photo. The hope is that the protective insulation and cinder/cement barrier around the pole will prevent it from burning through. (image: HVO)
The June 27th lava flow advances across the pasture between the Pāhoa cemetery and Apaʻa Street, surrounding a barbed wire fence. (image: HVO)
The June 27th lava flow advances across the pasture between the Pāhoa cemetery and Apaʻa Street, surrounding a barbed wire fence. (image: HVO)
Lava has crossed the Apaʻa Street / Cemetery Road near the driveway to the Pāhoa cemetery and is now spreading mainly over open grassland. ...more [read all]
Explosive eruption at Shiveluch volcano, Kamchatka in Sep 2014
Explosive eruption at Shiveluch volcano, Kamchatka in Sep 2014
Saturday, Oct 25, 2014
The 2 active lava fronts advancing towards Apa'a Street just before the contact earlier today (HVO)
The 2 active lava fronts advancing towards Apa'a Street just before the contact earlier today (HVO)
The lava flows have now crossed the Apa'a Street and thus, formally, entered the area of the village of Pahoa. ...more [read all]
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung this morning
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung this morning
Bardarbunga (Iceland): The eruption seems to continue with no changes, but there were no visual observations today. IMO writes: ...more [read all]
The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a "near crater warning" for the Shinmoedake vent of Kirishima volcano last Friday. Increased earthquake activity were detected and mean an increased risk of a possible (probably phreatic) explosions. ...more [read all]

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