The lecture, titled "What on Earth is going on at Kilauea Volcano," will include discussion of some of the unique aspects of the recent activity, including the first significant summit explosions in nearly a century, the largest summit collapse volume since at least 1800 and voluminous fissure eruptions that fed the flow of a channel of lava to the ocean.
At is.gd/ALM_USGS see a recent Almanac article about Anderson and other members of the USGS team who have been studying the Hawaiian volcano.
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