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The Volcano Watch Archive, 1998


    Date                  Topic

31 Dec. 1998    Eruption of Kilauea Volcano continues 

                into its 17th year

24 Dec. 1998    Proposed experiment to discover source of 

                Hawaiian volcanoes

17 Dec. 1998    Scientist-in-Charge of HVO Recognized at International 

                Conference

10 Dec. 1998    How vulnerable are the Kulani prison sites to future 

                lava flows?

03 Dec. 1998    Why study the Puna Ridge?

25 Nov. 1998    A Glimpse Underneath Mauna Loa

19 Nov. 1998    Hawaiian honeycreepers and the molecular clock

12 Nov. 1998    Rocks float briefly where lava meets the sea

05 Nov. 1998    Water on volcanoes: heavy rain and crater lakes

29 Oct. 1998    Flowing Lava Falls Hard to Observe

22 Oct. 1998    Greenhouse gases in our backyard

15 Oct. 1998    Mapping and sampling the submarine slopes of 
                Hawai`i a job for modern research tools

08 Oct. 1998    Scientists explore Kilauea's underwater east rift zone

01 Oct. 1998    Dirty research: flushing mud from inside Kilauea

24 Sep. 1998    Ongoing Subsidence at Kilauea Volcano

17 Sep. 1998    Volcanoes and biology complex interactions

                battle to save our biological resources

10 Sep. 1998    Lava flows create new ocean entry as old entry 

                fades away

03 Sep. 1998    The Chain of Craters at Kilauea

27 Aug. 1998    Seismographic Networks and Locating  

                Earthquakes

20 Aug. 1998    How High is Mauna Loa?

13 Aug. 1998    Bubble, bubble? Toil and trouble!

06 Aug. 1998    It's Dirty Work, but Someone's Got to Do It

23 July 1998    Lava Flows Make Good Markers

16 July 1998    Are We Breaking Away - The Great Crack

09 July 1998    Waha`ula, the coastal lava entry

                that will not die

02 July 1998    Is Mount St. Helens about to wake up?

25 June 1998    "COSPEC" helps observatory scientists study 

                volcanic pollution and processes

18 June 1998    Why do we have so many earthquakes?

11 June 1998    Bench collapse sparks lightning, roiling 

                clouds


04 June 1998    Just how hot is that ocean at the lava entry?

28 May  1998    Earth Tides and Volcano Monitoring

21 May  1998    A look back at powerful Halemaumau 

                eruptions of 1924

14 May  1998    Youngest flows in Haleakala Crater about 

                800-1,000 years old

07 May  1998    A dating game

30 Apr. 1998    Living Intelligently with Geological Hazards

23 Apr. 1998    Shhh! Don't tell there is an eruption

                Eruption of 1942

16 Apr. 1998    Lest we forget

09 Apr. 1998    Sleeping giants Hualalai and Haleakala require    

                prudent monitoring

02 Apr. 1998    Where will the next Hawaiian volcano be?

25 Mar. 1998    How fast does Hawaiian lava flow? 

18 Mar. 1998    HVO in cyberspace: new web site goes online 

12 Mar. 1998    Sonar snares seafloor secrets 

05 Mar. 1998    Natural hazards in the Ka`u District 

01 Mar. 1998    What is El Ni?o, and what is its impact here?

22 Feb. 1998    Volcano: Will it Flow or Blow?

12 Feb. 1998    From Big Island to Japan only 63 million 

                years

05 Feb. 1998    Speculations about when Kilauea's caldera 

                formed

29 Jan. 1998    Volcano activity "weather" reports

21 Jan. 1998    Looking into the Volcano

15 Jan. 1998    Volcanoes Make Headlines!

08 Jan. 1998    What in the world is the Hilo Ridge?

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