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Kilauea volcano, Hawai'i: lava flows 16 March 2018

In March 2018, lava continued to flow through the tube system of the so-called "61g" lava flow episode of Kilauea volcano, which had started in late May 2016 and fed an active ocean entry during July 2016 - Nov 2017.
Since then, the lava tube has been producing surface flows of varying size above and on the pali as well as near its base.
The pictures presented here were taken by team member geologist Dr Ingrid Smet during a morning excursion on 16 Mar 2018. They show sluggish surface lava flows, as have been typical for the past weeks in this area near the base of Pulama pali.
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