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Lava flow map as of yesterday (image: HVO / USGS)
Wednesday, Jul 25, 2018
As the eruption of lava from Fissure 8 continues with little changes, but rather an increase as observed last evening, lateral outbreaks from the lower parts of the lava channel have been feeding a broad flow front that is now advancing southwest and threatens to inundate the Pohoiki boat ramp in Isaac Hale Park. [more]
The fissure 8 channel continues to carry lava toward the coast on the west side of Kapoho Crater (vegetated cone, far left). Northwest of this cone, overflows (lower left) of the channel occurred overnight, but lava was confined to the existing flow field and did not threaten any homes or structures. (image 23 July: HVO / USGS)
Tuesday, Jul 24, 2018
During the past weeks, the lower east rift zone eruption has been continuing without really significant changes: around the main vent (fissure #8), a large cinder has been built by the continuous fountaining during the first weeks), and magma erupted from there has been flowing through a now well-established perched wide channel towards the new ocean entry at Kaphoho, where new land is being formed. ... [more]
Sketch map of Hawaii's location
Sketch map of Hawaii's location
Location of Hawaii in the middle of the Pacific Ocean
Location of Hawaii in the middle of the Pacific Ocean
Hawai'i - the Big Island and its volcanoes. Only Hualalai, Mauna Loa and Kilauea are still active, all of them having historic eruptions.
Hawai'i - the Big Island and its volcanoes. Only Hualalai, Mauna Loa and Kilauea are still active, all of them having historic eruptions.
Map of the Hawaiian Islands
Map of the Hawaiian Islands
 

Volcanoes of Hawai'i

Hawai'i (Big Island) (5 volcanoes): Hualalai | Kilauea | Loihi | Mauna Kea | Mauna Loa
Haleakala | Unnamed 21.75°N/158.75°W| Unnamed 23.58°N/163.83°W
Haleakala
(Shield volcano)
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Unnamed 21.75°N/158.75°W
(Submarine volcano?)
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Unnamed 23.58°N/163.83°W
(Submarine volcano)
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