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The Kilauea June 27th Lava Flow above the town of Pahoa. Photograph taken Tuesday, September 16, 2014. Air transportation vis Paradise Helicopters. Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

LavaTalk: September 16, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

This morning’s assessment shows the surface lava flow continues in a Northeast direction. The flow has advanced about 270 yards since yesterday, the front of the flow is about 100 yards wide. The flow has entered the Kaohe Homesteads boundry and moving through a vacant parcel.

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HVO geologists conduct a VLF (very-low frequency) survey to measure the rate of lava flowing through the lava tube on the June 27th lava flow. Photo courtesy of USGS/HVO

LavaTalk: September 15, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

This morning’s assessment shows the surface lava flow continues in a North direction. The flow has advanced about 250 yards since yesterday. The flow is 0.1 miles of the Kaohe Homesteads boundry. Railroad Avenue and Beach Road are being prepared for use should the lava flow across Hwy 130.

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Wish you were here? The week in Hilo September 7-13, 2014

Time-lapse movies of Hilo, Hawaii for the week of September 7-14, 2014.

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Crews are using heavy equipment to improve Railroad Avenue near Hawaiian Beaches Subdivision Saturday (Sept 13) as they prepare an alternate route for Puna traffic in the event of Highway 130 being breeched by a lava flow. Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

LavaTalk: September 14, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

This morning’s assessment shows the surface lava flow continues in a North direction. The flow has advanced about 150 yards since Saturday (Sept 13). The flow is 0.2 mile of the Kaohe Homesteads boundry. Railroad Avenue and Beach Road are being prepared for use should the lava flow cross Hwy 130.

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As of Friday afternoon, September 12, 2014, the most distal front of the June 27th lava flow had reached a straight-line distance of 14.9 km (9.3 miles) from the source vent on the northeast flank of the Puʻu ʻŌʻō cone. The flow has continued in the northeast direction that it assumed in the middle of the week and is now only 171 meters (0.1 miles) from the boundary of the Kaohe Homesteads community. The flow is still within thick forest, so that dense plumes of smoke are created as vegetation is consumed. Small breakouts (visible as plumes in the middle distance) are also active closer to Puʻu ʻŌʻō, roughly midway along the length of the June 27th flow. Photo courtesy of USGS/HVO

LavaTalk: September 13, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

The current assessment shows the surface lava flow continues towards the northeast and has advanced approximately 150 yards since yesterday. There is a lava flow information fair today at Pahoa High School Cafeteria from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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At the average rate of advancement of 820 feet/day since September 10, the USGS/HVO projects that lava could flow from its current location into the Northwest part of Kaohe Homesteads within a day, and to the Pāhoa Village Road (government road) in Pāhoa within 20 days

LavaTalk: September 12, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

At the average rate of advancement of 820 feet/day since September 10, the USGS/HVO projects that lava could flow from its current location into the Northwest part of Kaohe Homesteads within a day, and to the Pāhoa Village Road (government road) in Pāhoa within 20 days

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Volcano Watch: Kilauea activity update for September 11, 2014

The summit lava lake within Halemaʻumaʻu Crater produced nighttime glow that was visible via HVO’s webcam over the past week. The lava lake level ranged from 180‒215 ft below the rim of the Overlook crater.

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View from above the end of the June 27th lava flow, looking along its northeast trend through the Wao Kele o Puna Forest Reserve. On the afternoon of September 10, 2014, the flow front was 0.6 km (0.4 mi) from the boundary between the Forest Reserve and Kaohe Homesteads, visible at far right. Photo courtesy of USGS/HVO

Volcano Watch: The June 27th flow advances toward Pāhoa

The flow narrowness and rapid development of a robust tube system within subsurface cracks make the June 27th lava flow unique among the hundreds of lava flows that Puʻu ʻŌʻō has erupted.

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Donna Whitaker: 'Greg and his business partner, Marty Corrigan, are already great neighbors and this fundraising partnership showcases how we are working together for the benefit of our community and the animals'

HIHS, Kona Natural Soap create fundraising partnership

Donna Whitaker: ‘Greg and his business partner, Marty Corrigan, are already great neighbors and this fundraising partnership showcases how we are working together for the benefit of our community and the animals’

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The Hawaii Wildlife Center travels to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands to return critically endangered Laysan Ducks to Kure Atoll

Return of the Laysan Duck

The Hawaii Wildlife Center travels to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands to return critically endangered Laysan Ducks to Kure Atoll

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This shaded-relief map, with digital surface data provided by the Carnegie Airborne Observatory, shows some of the cracks, faults, and grabens (down-dropped blocks between adjacent faults; http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/glossary/?term=graben) that are present in Kīlauea’s East Rift Zone, and which have partly controlled the June 27th flow’s advance direction. The June 27th flow as of September 8, 2014, at 12:45 PM is shown in pink, while flow advance since then (as of ~2:45 PM on September 10) is shown in red. At the time of the mapping, the flow was advancing toward the northeast.

LavaTalk: September 11, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

The surface flow has advanced approximately 300 yards since yesterday. Construction activities on the Railroad Avenue and Government Beach Road will be starting today and running continuously through the weekend and next week.

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LavaTalk: September 10, 2014 update on Kilauea’s lava flow

At the average rate of advancement of 400 m/day (0.25 mi/day) since September 6, USGS/HVO projects that lava could flow from its current location to the northwest edge of Kaohe Homesteads in 1.5 days and to the Pāhoa Village road (government road) in Pāhoa within 14-16 days.

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