Throughout the past two decades, the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory has set up a camera network system to monitor visual changes at Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes. This network was designed for the volcanic activity of the time and captured the two long-lived eruptions of Kilauea at the summit and East Rift Zone up close.
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Kilauea’s 2018 summit collapse dramatically transformed the geometry and appearance of Halema‘uma‘u crater and Kilauea caldera.
Way back in 1995, a mysterious vine began popping up all over the lowlands of West Hawaii. It also showed up on Oahu about the same time. The University of Hawaii Agricultural Extension offices began to get calls that kudzu vine was sprouting up all over and covering shrubs and trees.
The Keiki Heroes campaign launched in mid-August aimed at empowering keiki to adopt healthy practices in an attempt to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses.
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Last week, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park was able to open the Kilauea Overlook to the public for the first time since the lower East Rift Zone eruption and summit collapse in 2018. The viewing location offers a new perspective on the breathtaking summit collapse structures and the major changes those collapses had on Kilauea’s landscape.
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Hawaii County’s Cleaning and Disinfecting Task Force, also known as the “Bug Busters,” has been on a mission to keep the coronavirus virus at bay.