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Simplified map of Kilauea Volcano showing the summit caldera, southwest and east rift zones, Pu`u `O`o, roads, and several communities located on the volcano's flanks. From USGS
Recent Volcano Observatory Activity Reports from USGS
Pagan Weekly Update issued Aug 1, 2014 07:37 Volcano Alert Level ADVISORY - Aviation Color Code YELLOW
Low-level unrest continued at Pagan Volcano throughout the past week. A steam and gas plume was visible in web camera and satellite images during periods of clear weather. Low-level seismic activity is ongoing. Volcanic gas from Pagan may be noticed downwind of the volcano as a distinctive sulfurous odor. Additional information about volcanic gas and vog can be found on the web at this address: http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/hazards/FAQ_SO2-Vog-Ash/main.html Access to the island may be restricted by the CNMI government. Contact the EMO for the latest information. Details...
Semisopochnoi Daily Update issued Jul 31, 2014 13:33 Volcano Alert Level ADVISORY - Aviation Color Code YELLOW
Earthquakes continue to be recorded. Nothing unusual was observed in cloudy satellite images over the past day. AVO has received no reports from pilots or mariners of any unusual activity. Details...
Cleveland Daily Update issued Jul 31, 2014 13:33 Volcano Alert Level ADVISORY - Aviation Color Code YELLOW
Unrest continues. Satellite observations show slightly elevated surface temperatures in the summit crater, similar to the past few days. Details...
Shishaldin Daily Update issued Jul 31, 2014 13:33 Volcano Alert Level WATCH - Aviation Color Code ORANGE
Low-level eruptive activity continues. Elevated surface temperatures were observed in the summit crater over the past day. A small steam plume was observed in web camera images. Details...
Kilauea Daily Update issued Jul 31, 2014 08:50 Volcano Alert Level WATCH - Aviation Color Code ORANGE
Activity Summary: Kīlauea continued to erupt at its summit and within the East Rift Zone, and gas emissions remained elevated. There was no significant ground tilt at the summit, and the lava lake level was relatively steady. At the middle East Rift Zone, small lava ponds were present in Puʻu ʻŌʻō, and the June 27th flow continued to advance to the northeast. Recent Summit Observations: There was no significant ground tilt at Kīlauea's summit over the past day, and the lava lake level was relatively steady, hovering around 35 m below the ... Details...