Nouvelles du volcan Kilauea
Kilauea volcano (Hawaii), activity update: activity at Kilauea's fissure segment D
23-29 January: Activity from Kilauea's fissure segment D was concentrated at the Thanksgiving Eve Breakout (TEB ) shield and satellitic shields to the SE. Lava flew from the tops and flanks of the shields.
mer., 6 févr. 2008, 17:5317:53 PM | AUTEUR : TS
25 January: A crusted lava pond a few meters below the rim of the TEB shield was seen . A lava flow that advanced 1 km and started another rootless shield.
28 January: Low lava fountaining was seen from the TEB vent. The original perched lavachannel formed from the 21 July fissure eruption refilled and overflowed the N end.
29 January: A channelized 'a'a lava flow from a rootless shield that collapsed on 26 January advanced about 0.6 km into the Royal Gardens subdivision.
Incandescence was observed in Pu'u 'O'o crater for less than 10
minutes at a time every day during the reporting period.
22-23 January: The summit tiltmeter network recorded the first deflation-inflation tilt event that coinciding with rain. A few small earthquakes were located along the S-flank faults and SW rift
sam., 3 nov. 2007, 17:51
It was reported that during 24-30 October fissure segment D from ... lire toutes
jeu., 27 sept. 2007, 00:04
HVO reported that during 12-18 September fissure segment D from ... lire toutes
jeu., 30 août 2007, 23:29
HVO reported that fissure segment D from Kilauea's 21 July fissure eruption continued to feed an advancing 'a'a lava flow during 22-28 lire toutes
mer., 22 août 2007, 07:48
The fissure eruption episode which started on 21 July continues to feed a lava flow that is now branching out to the north more than advancing to the northeast. ... lire toutes
jeu., 2 août 2007, 19:24
Kilauea volcano (Hawai'i), activity update: eruptive fissure east of Pu'u 'O'o continues to feed lava flows
Parts of the eruptive fissure that opened up east of Pu'u 'O'o on 21 July are still active, feeding spreading 'a'a and pahoehoe lava flows and small lava ponds in the area. No lava has been seen at Pu'u 'O'o itself, which shoows deflation (likely related to draining of lava from the plumbing system). ... lire toutes