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The Volcano Watch Archive, 2000


    Date                  Topic

28 Dec. 2000    A millennium of eruptions in Hawai`i

21 Dec. 2000    Residents on slopes of Popocatepetl Volcano heed evacuation notice

14 Dec. 2000    The origin of rejuvenation-stage volcanism still

poorly understood 07 Dec. 2000 Hard rain at Halape 30 Nov. 2000 Geodetic monitoring of the submarine south flank of
Kilauea Volcano 22 Nov. 2000 The 25th Anniversary of M7.9 1975 Kalapana Earthquake 16 Nov. 2000 When Kalij go to College, Martial Arts is their Major 09 Nov. 2000 Thermal Ducks - The new weapon in volcano monitoring? 03 Nov. 2000 What will happen when the eruption ends? 26 Oct. 2000 Explosive Eruptions from Mauna Loa's Summit 19 Oct. 2000 Lava rocks come in many colors 12 Oct. 2000 Cracks in road at Haleakala's summit-volcanic or benign? 05 Oct. 2000 More than 19,000 earthquakes catalogued in Hawai`i since 1823 28 Sep. 2000 Hawaiian lava flows help in the study of 3-billion-year-old
lava flows 21 Sep. 2000 Does your cat eat birds? 14 Sep. 2000 Lava Viewing 101 07 Sep. 2000 Large rocks in strange places 31 Aug. 2000 Waiting for the pause that refreshes 24 Aug. 2000 Kilauea's eruption chages; Ocean entry stops 17 Aug. 2000 Staff Changes at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory 10 Aug. 2000 Volcano Watch approaches its ninth year 03 Aug. 2000 Kilauea's magma budget 27 July 2000 A Finer Look Inside Kilauea 20 July 2000 Forest birds of the Hawaiian Islands 13 July 2000 Leveling survey measures rise and fall of volcano's surface 06 July 2000 Mauna Loa and Kilauea: lighthouses of the Pacific? 29 Jun. 2000 Uncovering more of the Madam's secrets 22 Jun. 2000 The Wailuku River: mo`o and lava 15 Jun. 2000 Bench marks - monuments of the past for future use 08 Jun. 2000 Global Positioning System accuracy improved for volcanologists
and all civilians 01 Jun. 2000 The next eruption of Mauna Kea 25 May 2000 Dissolved gases improve our understanding of eruptive
processes 18 May 2000 Mosquito and pig: cautionary tale of two alien species 11 May 2000 20th anniversary of the catastrophic eruption 04 May 2000 HVO and Show Biz; unlikely but useful bedfellows 27 Apr. 2000 Strainmeters to be installed on Mauna Loa this summer 20 Apr. 2000 Atmospheric nuclear explosions and the source of
Steaming Flats water 13 Apr. 2000 House Number 182 burned by lava 06 Apr. 2000 Kulanaokuaiki campground: a whole lot of shaking going on 30 Mar. 2000 Eyes on Mauna Loa 23 Mar. 2000 Which way would you drive? 16 Mar. 2000 Island Castaways 09 Mar. 2000 Flames from vents are hydrogen gas burning 02 Mar. 2000 The 1955 eruption: spur to a new era of understanding
Kilauea 24 Feb. 2000 The 1955 eruption: the first in lower Puna since 1840 17 Feb. 2000 Why is the water in `Ahalanui pond so warm? 10 Feb. 2000 How high was Haleakala? 03 Feb. 2000 The longest Kilauea eruption in memory 27 Jan. 2000 A sensory tour of Kilauea's sulfur gases 20 Jan. 2000 Fossils reveal birdlife of Hawai`i's past 13 Jan. 2000 Mapping new lava as easy or difficult as finding the
flow margin 06 Jan. 2000 The Kapoho eruption-40 years old this week 02 Jan. 2000 Eruption Enters the 21st Century


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