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2009 Multimedia Archive

DATE TOPIC
January-May 2009 Waikupanaha ocean entry active pāhoehoe lobe, Pu`u `Ō `ō fuming line, lava falls, new Kupapa`u delta , vigorous breakouts, and Halema`uma`u lava lake cycles.
June-October 2009 Views into Halema`uma`u, small breakouts and large plumes at Kupupa`u and Waikupanaha ocean entries, draining at Halema`uma`u, then widening, activity at Royal Gardens, spattering deep within, and a narrow finger invades a thickly vegetated kipuka.
November-December 2009 Several collapses deep within Halema`uma`u vent, awesome sites at Waikupanaha ocean entry, open channel of lava and scattered breakouts, small explosive event in the Halema`uma`u vent, and filling and draining cycle event in the Halema`uma`u vent.

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Updated: 3 August 2010 (pnf)