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2003 Multimedia Archive

January 2003 Lots of lava on coastal flat and shoreline
5-14 February 2003 Lava comes over Paliuli and covers road
15-28 February 2003 Kohola flow near and at coastline
1-9 March 2003 Lava in Kohola flow on coastal flat
14-31 March 2003 Mostly Kohola flow, but some near Pu`u `O`o
1-12 April 2003 Kohola flow, especially near huge ahu
17-20 April 2003 Brief Lae`apuki ocean entry, but mostly Kohola breakouts
May 2003 Mainly Kohola breakouts and Highcastle ocean entry
1-13 June 2003 Mainly Highcastle area but some lava from upper Mother's day flow
14-28 June 2003 Highcastle area and west-side lobe of Mother's Day flow
July 2003 Mainly west Kohola arm of Mother's Day flow on coastal flat
1-15 August 2003 Lava on Holei Pali and Paliuli, and effects of August 9 surge
16-29 August 2003 Mainly lava in Kohola on coastal flat
September 2003 From coastal flat to Pu`u `O`o, with nice gas-pistoning
3-17 October 2003 Mainly West Gap Pit and Pu`u `O`o
24-31 October 2003 Activity near Pu`u `O`o, including hornito growth
November 2003 Activity near Pu`u `O`o, and rootless shields
December 2003 Activity near Pu`u `O`o, including gas sampling

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Updated: 15 February 2004 (DAS)