Haleakala is the sixth volcano monitored by the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory–the other five are on the Big Island. Haleakala is sometimes called the East Maui
Update, November 24, 2018, 7:26 a.m., Pacific: Per the volcanologists, who kindly replied by email, this cloud coming out of the caldera, captured on the
Both the USGS and Paradise Copters got some nice images yesterday, which are worth sharing here in addition to posting them on the Kilauea page
The lava fountains and human drama in Hawaii’s Lower Puna District are getting all the headlines, but geologists know there is also drama ongoing at
The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory/USGS just issued this; I think they mean that the overall deflation at Kilauea’s floor has been 3 feet, not that it
All volcanologists must be a little crazy somewhere deep down inside. Frank Alvord Perret was perhaps the craziest, or so it seems to a layman.