Activity Summary: Kīlauea Volcano continues to erupt at its summit and East Rift Zone. Kīlauea summit continues in its most recent DI cycling that began on Sunday night. At roughly 3:30AM HST (1330h UTC) July 14, summit tiltmeters began to record the inflationary stage of the DI, after recording 1 – 2.5 microradians of deflationary tilt since the onset of the DI. Within the Halemaʻumaʻu Overlook vent, the lava lake continues to circulate and spatter. A gas plume during the day and glow at night are visible. East Rift Zone surface lava flows are still active within an area …
No unusual seismicity or deformation was detected during the month of July 2015.
Three earthquakes were located in the vicinity of the summit and northwest rift zone of Hualālai Volcano – none were attributable to volcanic processes.
The single continuous GPS receiver atop Hualālai did not record any significant deformation during the past month.
Low-level eruptive activity within the summit crater continues. Seismicity remains above background and has changed little over the past day. Web camera and satellite views have been mostly obscured by clouds.
No unusual seismicity was detected during the month of June 2015.
Lō‘ihi had no earthquake in its vicinity in the past month.
Activity Summary: Tiltmeters at Kīlauea’s summit have shown no significant change in ground tilt since Sunday evening, when the gentle decrease earlier observed leveled off. The East Rift Zone lava flow remains active northeast of Puʻu ʻŌʻō, but has not advanced significantly and poses no threat to nearby communities. Low levels of seismic activity continue across the volcano.
Summit Observations: The gentle deflationary tilt that was being recorded on Kilauea’s summit tiltmeters yesterday leveled off towards evening and the lava lake …
Activity Summary:Kīlauea summit tilt continued a slow deflationary trend yesterday, but began an inflationary trend starting about midnight. The summit lava lake remains active, but at a lower level. The East Rift Zone lava flow is active northeast of Puʻu ʻŌʻō, and all breakouts remain within 8 km (5 mi) of the vent. The flow does not currently pose a threat to communities. Low levels of seismic activity continue across the volcano.
Summit Observations: After recording a deflationary tilt starting early morning on August 6, tiltmeters at …
No significant activity was detected in seismic or infrasound (air pressure) data over the past day. Satellite and web camera observations obscured by clouds today.
No unusual seismicity was detected during the month of July 2015.
Lō‘ihi had two earthquake in its vicinity in the past month.
Satellite images of the volcano obscured by clouds over the past 24 hours and nothing of note observed. Occasional partly clear web camera views this morning showed nothing of note except a small steam plume at the summit. No unusual volcanic seismicity was detected over the past day.
Activity Summary:Kilauea summit tilt is flat and the summit lava lake has been active but has remained at a relatively constant level. The East Rift Zone lava flow is active northeast of Puʻu ʻŌʻō, but has not advanced significantly and poses no threat to nearby communities. Low levels of seismic activity continue across the volcano.
Summit Observations: Tiltmeters at Kīlauea’s summit have recorded no significant change in ground tilt during the past day. The summit lava lake has been active and the level steady. Seismicity continues at …
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