Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Halemaumau Lava Lake Eruption Update 🌋- 2/10/2021 - lanikai-beach.net

0 This February 10th, 2021 Kilauea Volcano Eruptions update presentation video contains one new time lapse video made from USGS thermal images during the ongoing 2020 eruptions. In addition there is also further processed USGS overflight video and images with additional improvements such as motion enlargements, sharpness increase, vibration reduction and additional audio & visual […]

Kīlauea Volcano—Western fissure activity Halema’uma’u (Jan 11, 2021) – lanikai-beach

0 This video taken on January 11, 2021 shows the surface activity had increased at the western fissure over the past two days, within Halema’uma’u at the summit of Kīlauea. Low fountaining was supplying lava to an open channel that poured into the lava lake. Video: https://www.usgs.gov/media/videos/k-lauea-volcano-western-fissure-activity-halemaumau-jan-11-2021

Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Halemaumau Lava Lake Overflight and Drone Videos 🌋- 1/8/2021 - lanikai-beach.net

0 This January 8th, 2021 Kilauea Volcano Eruptions update presentation video contains two new USGS aerial video and several with additionally improvements such as motion enlargements, sharpness increase, vibration reduction and additional sound effects enhanced videos. The media obtained from USGS and Google Earth with some of the details from; USGS at https://www.usgs.gov/volcanoes/kilauea/photo-video-chronology and earthquakes […]

Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Halemaumau Lava Lake is Rising 🌋- 1/7/2021 – lanikai-beach

0 This January 7th, 2021 Kilauea Volcano Eruptions update presentation video contains media obtained from USGS and Google Earth with some of the details from; USGS at https://www.usgs.gov/volcanoes/kilauea/photo-video-chronology and earthquakes data. According to the USGS HVO Scientists, the lava lake is still rising it is around 194 m (636 ft) deep. The lava lake was […]

Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Halemaumau Lava Lake is Growing 🌋- 1/5/2021 – lanikai-beach

0 This January 5th, 2021 Kilauea Volcano Eruptions update presentation video contains media obtained from USGS and Google Earth with some of the details from; USGS at https://www.usgs.gov/volcanoes/kilauea/photo-video-chronology and earthquakes data. According to the USGS HVO Scientists the lava lake is still rising it is around 191 m (623 ft) deep. The lava lake was […]

Kīlauea – Halema’uma’u thermal map compilation December 21-30, 2020 – lanikai-beach

0 Watch the changes in the growing lava lake within Halema’uma’u crater in these thermal maps from December 21-30, 2020. In the first thermal map (December 21, 2020), the lake area is about 33 acres. In the last thermal map (December 30, 2020), the lake is about 82 acres. The dimensions of the lava lake […]

Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Halemaumau Lava Lake is Getting Deeper 🌋- 1/2/2021 - lanikai-beach.net

0 This January 2nd, 2021 Kilauea Volcano Eruptions update presentation video contains media obtained from USGS and Google Earth with some of the details from; USGS at https://www.usgs.gov/volcanoes/kilauea/photo-video-chronology and earthquakes data. According to the USGS HVO Scientists the lava lake is still rising it is around 189 m (620 ft) deep. The depth of the […]

Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Halemaumau Lava Lake is Still Rising 🌋- 1/1/2021 – lanikai-beach

0 his January 1st,, 2021 Kilauea Volcano Eruptions update presentation video contains media obtained from USGS and Google Earth with some of the details from; USGS at https://www.usgs.gov/volcanoes/kilauea/photo-video-chronology and earthquakes data. According to the USGS HVO Scientists The lava lake is still rising it is around 184 deep. Associated USGS thermal imaging, illustration maps, time […]

Hawaii Kilauea Volcano Halemaumau Lava Lake Eruption Activity w/ Sound 🌋- 12/29/2020 - lanikai-beach.net

0 This December 29, 2020 Kilauea Volcano Eruptions update presentation video contains media obtained from USGS and Google Earth with some of the details from; USGS at https://www.usgs.gov/volcanoes/kilauea/photo-video-chronology and earthquakes data. According to the USGS HVO Scientists “…The lava lake appears to be slowly draining at the northern fissure site”. Associated USGS thermal imaging, illustration […]

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