Volcano Watch: Appreciating the contributions of ʻOlelo Hawai‘i to volcanology

This photo of Wahinekapu (Steaming Bluff) in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park depicts mahu (steam) draping the pali during strong trade winds after heavy rain. While the bluff is Wahinekapu, the grass-covered flat area is Kukamahuakea (the broad place where steam rises). (USGS/photo)

For the ‘Olelo Hawai‘i version of this article, please see http://tinyurl.com/34day2pr.