Kilauea volcano update: decreasing lava lake level
dom, 3 lug 2022, 14:3014:30 PM | AUTORE: MARTIN
Lava lake level fluctuated since 30 June, currently dominated by a decreasing trend (image: HVO)
A current deflation pattern followed ground variations at the volcano beginning in the early morning on 30 June as seen in the deformation graph.
Deflation-inflation cycle continued until 09:00 PM yesterday (image: HVO)
Summit tiltmeters registered a changing uplift and subsidence throughout the past two days accompanied by the Halemaʻumaʻu lava lake fluctuations in depth, currently having a lowering trend.
Sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions reached to a 1100 tonnes/day on 30 June.
The western eruptive fissure vent continues to feed the active lava lake with sporadic overflows within Halemaʻumaʻu crater.
Source: Hawaiian Volcano Observatory volcano activity update 3 July 2022
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