Kilauea: A Large or Small Volcano?

January 27, 2014||Big Island: Weather and Nature

January is Volcano Awareness Month. Learn more at: Understanding Hawaii Island Volcanoes Because we live on an Island with an active volcano, understanding the history of our island's development helps give us a more visceral sense of what the future may hold. We have veritable ring-side seats to the earth’s physical drama as it unfolds daily. It has been 31 years since Kilauea started...

January 27, 2011||Big Island: Weather and Nature

Volcano Awareness Month: Hot Stuff! 

As part of Hawaii Island’s second annual Volcano Awareness Month, some friends and I recently took advantage of one of the scientist-led walks at Devastation Trail. Read More 

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July 22, 2010||Big Island: Weather and Nature

Kalapana Lava by Bike - Only on the Big Island! 

NOW (Kalapana, July 2010): ...and then: Rey Mishina of our Hilo office forwarded the top photo to the Web Services office a few days ago after receiving it via email from Darcy Bevens, the Educational Specialist at the University of Hawaii- Hilo's Center for the Study of Active Volcanoes. Used here with permission. Mahalo Rey and Darcy. These are great shots separately, but together they are priceless! To learn more about Big Island volcanoes, visit the Multimedia Presentations page on the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park website where you will find several USGS videos, including Lava Flows and Lava Tubes on Kilauea. Read More 

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