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By Nsikan Akpan, Julia Griffin
Kilauea is the most lethal volcano in American history, but this reputation comes mostly from a single event.
By Nsikan Akpan
Early Tuesday morning, local news outlets reported another explosive eruption at the Kilauea summit, the fourth to strike the 4,000-foot-high cauldron in three days.
Late Saturday, Kilauea’s lava began oozing into the Pacific Ocean, creating a plume of acid and glass shards. As bad as it sounds, this poisonous haze may not be the most hazardous part.
The Kilauea volcano provides a natural laboratory on Earth to study volcanoes found on other planets and moons in our solar system.
By Fedor Kossakovski
By Caleb Jones, Sophia Yan, Associated Press
Kilauea is one of the world's most active volcanoes. It has destroyed 36 structures since it began releasing lava into fissures that opened in a Big Island residential neighborhood last week.
By Caleb Jones, Marco Garcia, Associated Press
Nearly 1,500 residents were ordered to evacuate from their volcano-side homes after Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano erupted, sending molten lava to chew its way through forest land and bubble up on paved streets.
By PBS NewsHour
Hawaii’s Kilauea has been erupting for over 30 years, making it the longest-flowing volcano on earth. Because of this remarkable activity, it is also currently the most researched. Geologist Mike Garcia has studied Kilauea for decades and believes that analyzing…
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