Kīlauea Eruption Update: 7 Months & Going Steady, April 28, 2022 – lanikai-beach

7-months into Kīlauea’s latest summit eruption, its now typical activity continues. Lava circulates at the surface within a relatively small active lake that rises falls changes in magma pressure, but usually remains within sight in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes Park. Scattered lava flows “ooze up” across other parts of the crater floor, leaking as magma continues to accumulate, lifting the hardened crust. This remains a great time for public viewing, continuing a long period of no increased volcanic threat to people.

We share time-lapse animations video illustrating these views and recent changes, along USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory webcams, monitoring data reports, annotating the graphics with an on-screen pen. As usual, we also discuss live viewer questions.

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