Activity at Big Island's Kilauea is heightening as the eruption of the island's youngest volcano entered a new phase. Lava is streaming into the ocean and scientists are recording numerous earthquakes. For the latest updates on Kilauea's activity, visit the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory site.
Sunday August 10, 2008
 •  Lava flow resumes at Kilauea vent
Sunday March 31, 2008
 •  Crowds flocking to see Kilauea
Thursday March 27, 2008
 •  Officials worry about billowing volcanic gas
Wednesday March 26, 2008
 •  Living large within an active lava field
Tuesday March 25, 2008
 •  Lava joins crater's show
Friday March 21, 2008
 •  Visitors getting the long view of caldera fumes
Thursday March 20, 2008
 •  Kilauea eruption blasts rocks across landscape
Tuesday March 11, 2008
 •  Visitors swarm to Kalapana lava flow
Sunday March 9, 2008
 •  Kilauea lava sidetracks county viewing plan
Saturday March 8, 2008
 •  Lava viewing trail to open today
Friday March 7, 2008
 •  Kilauea lava flow steaming into ocean
Saturday March 6, 2008
 •  Kilauea flow crosses access road

Hawaii news photo - The Honolulu Advertiser

Rocks ejected by the explosion dug impact craters when they hit. Finer-grained material was blown away during the impact.

U.S. Geologic Service photo

Do you have photos and video of the latest Kilauea activity? Call multimedia editor Seth Jones at 525-8079.
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