HVNP solicits feedback for preferred use of the ‘Great Crack’

Photo credit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park The Great Crack is six miles long, and can be up to 60 feet wide and 60 feet deep in places.

Photo credit U.S. Geological Survey In this 2016 photo, Hawaiian Volcano Observatory scientists investigate a portion of the Great Crack in the Keaiwa flow field on Kilauea volcano’s Southwest Rift Zone.

Nearly five years after acquiring it, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park will solicit public feedback this year about what it should do with the “Great Crack” in Ka‘u.