PAHOA, Hawaii (Reuters) - Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano spewed ash nearly six miles (9 km) into the sky on Thursday and scientists warned this could be the first in a string of more violent explosive eruptions with the next possibly occurring within hours. “This has relieved pressure temporarily,” U.S.
Geological Survey geologist Michelle Coombs told a news conference in Hilo.
Streams of lava from the Kīlauea volcano’s lower East Rift Zone in Hawaii continued to flow into the Pacific Ocean on June 12, creating clouds of steam and hazardous conditions for residents.The.. Source: Storyful Studio -
(CNN)A magnitude 5.5 earthquake shook the Kilauea summit Sunday, resulting in an ash plume that reached up to 8,000 feet, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense. The earthquake happened at.. Source: Wochit -
Mother nature is in charge!
Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano continues to be active.
Tuesday morning the volcano spewed a vertical plume of ash 15,000 ft from its summit.
The U.S. Geological Survey.. Source: Wochit -