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USGS highlights Kilauea role 27 March 2008

Posted by admin in Hawaii, Kilauea, natural hazards, United States, volcano monitoring.

The United States Geological Survey has issued a press release highlighting the role of USGS scientists in monitoring the current activity at Kilauea, Hawaii, studying the processes that are at work, and keeping the public informed about the hazards such activity presents. Says USGS Volcano Hazards Program Coordinator John Eichelberger: ‘This historic activity has created new hazards that did not exist before – explosive eruptions as well as toxic sulfur dioxide emissions – in the middle of a national park. Our job is to give emergency responders and the civil defense community the very best information we can provide about what the volcano is doing and what it is likely to do in the future’.

The release includes a link to a USGS CoreCast podcast interview with Dr Eichelberger.

Smithsonian Institution Global Volcanism Program – summary information for Kilauea (1302-01-)
USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory – main page for the HVO
HVO Kilauea Status Page – the latest activity reports for Kilauea

Dramatic developments at Kilauea volcano – USGS press release, 27 March 2008

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1. Dave Hebert - 28 March 2008

This is Dave H. from the USGS Podcast Team. Thanks for linking to CoreCast! You’ve got a nice site here yourself. If you have ideas for or thoughts on our podcasting, please let us know at corecast@usgs.gov. Or submit a question for CoreFacts, our quick, daily science Q&A podcast, at http://www.usgs.gov/corefacts. Thanks.

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