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The new lava flow NE of Pu'u 'O'o seen from the North Rim webcam (HVO) today
Tuesday, Jul 01, 2014
The new June 27 lava flows continue to be very active, at expense of the previously active Kahaualeʻa 2 flow which seems to have stopped being active. ... [more]
The new lava flow seen yesterday (USGS)
Sunday, Jun 29, 2014
A new lava breakout occurred Friday early morning (local time) from a new vent on the outer northern flank of Pu'u 'O'o crater. It feeds a new lava flow with several branches headed to the north and northeast. The most advanced of the them traveled to the NW and had quickly reached a length of approx 1 km yesterday, but has not advanced much since. ... [more]
Monday, Jun 16, 2014
Some intermittent eruptive activity seems to be occurring at the volcano. On 10 June, another spot of discolored water had been visible above the shallow submarine volcano. [more]
Friday, May 30, 2014
USGS reports that "low-level unrest continued at Pagan Volcano throughout the past week. Seismic activity remains above background. A vapor plume was visible in web camera and satellite images. ... [more]
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Explosive (likely strong strombolian-type) eruptions continue at the volcano. An ash plume to estimated 10,000 (3 km) altitude was observed extending 35 nautical miles to the west this morning (VAAC Darwin). [more]
Satellite images showing a discolored water plume from Kavachi (NASA, compiled and annotated by Culture Volcan)
Saturday, May 24, 2014
It is likely that some volcanic activity has continued intermittently at the undersea volcano after a discolored water plume was first spotted on 29 January this year. ... [more]
Thursday, May 01, 2014
An explosion occurred this morning. A volcanic ash plume rose to 7,000 ft (2.1 km) altitude and drifted 40 km to the SSE (VAAC Darwin). [more]
Volcanoes in the South Sea - volcano expedition to Vanuatu
Wednesday, Apr 30, 2014
Visiting Ambrym's lava lakes, Yasur's fireworks and the remote Ambae island is an adventure of a lifetime. We have a few spaces left for our expeditions on: 30 Jun - 13 Jul, 29 Jul - 18 Aug, 15 Sep - 6 Oct. ... [more]
Monday, Apr 28, 2014
USGS raised the alert level for the submarine volcano due to abnormal seismicity detected in the area by hydroacoustic devices and land-based network devices on neighboring islands. ... [more]

Volcanoes of Pacific Ocean (220 volcanoes)

Papua New Guinea (67 volcanoes):
Samoan and Wallis Islands (7 volcanoes): Wallis Islands | Savai'i | Upolu | Ofu-Olosega | Vailulu'u | Ta'u | Tutuila
Fiji (3 volcanoes): Taveuni | Koro | Nabukelevu
Central Pacific Ocean (6 volcanoes): Teahitia | Rocard | Mehetia | Moua Pihaa | Adams Seamount | Macdonald
Southern Pacific Ocean (3 volcanoes): Antipodes Island | Unnamed 53.9°S/140.3°W | Unnamed 55.97°S/143.17°W

Prominent volcanoes in the Pacific Ocean:

Hawai'i

Volcanoes of Hawai'i (here a photo from a lava lake of Kilauea volcano)
Kilauea volcano
Mauna Loa

Vanuatu

Volcanoes of Vanuatu (on the photo: a lava lake inside Benbow crater, Ambrym volcano)
Ambrym
Yasur
Lopevi

Tonga & Fiji

Home Reef (Tonga Islands)

Philippines

Mayon
Bulusan
Canalaon

Papua New Guinea (PNG)

Volcanoes of PNG (here erupting Tarvurvur volcano, Rabaul)
Tavurvur (Rabaul caldera)
Manam
Langila
Ulawun
Ritter Island
Bagana
Pago

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