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1998 Multimedia Archive

DATE TOPIC
17 Jan. 1998 Hot time on the flow field that night
4 Feb. 1998 In the aftermath of a surge
24 Feb. 1998 Bench collapses, temporary draining of lava tubes
16 Mar. 1998 East rift zone eruption quietly delivers lava to the sea
17 Apr. 1998 Surges interspersed among steady-state activity
5 June 1998 Lava continues to erupt from Pu`u `O`o and flow into the sea
10 July 1998 Eruption continues and new land frequently collapses
19 Aug. 1998 Episode 55, Stable but dynamic
4 Sept. 1998 Pahoehoe creates new ocean-entry area
28 Oct. 1998 Kamakuna lava bench continues to grow
16 Dec. 1998 Construction and collapse of new land continues at Kamakuna

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Updated: 1 October 2001 (srb)