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Continuous for 35 years, eruption at Kilauea in Hawaii Volcanoes NP ends; unlikely to restart

Scientists who study Kilauea volcano in Hawaii are saying goodbye to an old friend, an eruption that many of them have known for all or most of their professional lives.


The eruption was at Pu‘u ‘O‘o, a vent on the volcano’s eastern flank, which had been spewing lava, thrilling tourists, now and then burying forests and subdivisions, and slowly making the island bigger since 1983.


https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/a-prolific-vent-in-a-hawaii-volcano-blew-for-35-years-it-has-just-stopped/2019/02/08/d4e7e6be-2aec-11e9-b011-d8500644dc98_story.html

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