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Volcano Awareness Continues

Hawaiian Volcano Observatory staff would like to thank everyone who attended our public talks during Volcano Awareness Month in January. If you missed these programs, we hope to see you next year.

Until then, you can watch online videos of the January 2013 "After Dark in the Park" talks presented by HVO scientists:

Although the "official" month of promoting volcano awareness has ended, we hope our talks have inspired residents and visitors to continue learning more about the volcanoes that form the Island of Hawaiʻi. The Ongoing Puʻu ʻŌʻō Eruption of Kīlauea Volcano, Hawaiʻi—30 Years of Eruptive Activity Factsheet

There are many excellent sources of information about Hawaiian volcanoes now available online, including one of our most recent publications—a USGS Fact Sheet about Kīlauea's East Rift Zone eruption:


More Volcano Information from HVO and Beyond

Earthquake seismogramReport a felt earthquake to HVO using this form.
More USGS Volcano Web sites

Volcano WatchCurrent issue of Volcano Watch essay, written weekly by USGS scientists.
National Park ServiceHawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, home to HVO. Find visitor information and resources here. Graphic: Kids DoorVolcanoes for kids, from the Volcano World website.
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