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2001 Multimedia Archive

DATE TOPIC
Jan. 2001 Flows on and below Pulama pali, and scenes of Pu`u `O`o.
3 Feb. 2001 Details of flow movement on the coastal flat below Pulama pali.
23 Feb. 2001 Lava flows and destroyed house and car on the flat below Pulama pali.
Mar. 2001 Active pahoehoe flows above and below Pulama pali, and scenes around Pu`u `O`o.
Apr. 2001 Active `a`a and pahoehoe flows above and below Pulama pali.
May 2001 Pulse of magma, shatter ring, and active pahoehoe flows above and below Pulama pali.
June 2001 Another pulse of magma, and murky day on Pulama pali.
10 July 2001 Active E. Kupapa`u bench at dusk and after nightfall.
2, 5, 12, and 14 July 2001 Changes in 1880-foot skylight above Pulama pali.
Aug. 2001 Changes in 1880-foot skylight; ocean entry viewing area; trials of access road.
Sept. 2001 New ocean entry at Kamoamoa.
2-10 Oct. 2001 Ocean entry active at Kamoamoa.
11-14 Oct. 2001 Scenes of ocean entries at Kamoamoa and East Kupapa`u.
21-28 Oct. 2001 Ocean entries at Kamoamoa (mainly) and East Kupapa`u, and one skylight above Pulama pali.
1-16 Nov. 2001 Mainly ocean entries at Kamoamoa (mainly) and East Kupapa`u.
18-29 Nov. 2001 Lava bench at Kamoamoa entry.
2-13 Dec. 2001 Pu`u `O` views, skylights, and ocean entries.
18-31 Dec. 2001 Potpourri of active ocean entries, surface flows, and Pu`u `O`o.

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Updated: 19 June 2002 (srb)