Photo and Video Chronology - Kīlauea - October 24, 2014

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June 27th flow front approaches Cemetery Rd./AP‘A‘ā St.

 

Another view of the two lobes that make up the flow front. Vehicle...

Another view of the two lobes that make up the flow front. Vehicles for scale.

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Just upslope of the flow front, the flow can be seen here parallel ...

Just upslope of the flow front, the flow can be seen here parallel to the dirt road. The flow in this section was only about 30 m (100 feet) wide.

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Another view of the flow front and Cemetery Rd./AP‘A‘ā St., looking...

Another view of the flow front and Cemetery Rd./AP‘A‘ā St., looking east. The flow front is entering an open pasture.

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HVO geologists can be seen in the pasture mapping the flow front po...

HVO geologists can be seen in the pasture mapping the flow front position.

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Another view of the leading tip of the flow, as it moves into the o...

Another view of the leading tip of the flow, as it moves into the open pasture.

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A comparison of a normal photograph with a thermal image of the flo...

A comparison of a normal photograph with a thermal image of the flow front. The white box shows the approximate area of the thermal image. The thermal image shows that high temperatures are concentrated around the leading tip of the flow, which is consistent with lava focused at the front to sustain a higher advance rate.

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Preview image for video: shows a close-up view of the flow front, a...

Preview image for video: shows a close-up view of the flow front, and its proximity to Cemetery Rd./AP‘A‘ā St. The transfer station is also shown.

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Preview image for video: shows a wider view of the flow front, and ...

Preview image for video: shows a wider view of the flow front, and pans to the right to show the flow's proximity to Pāhoa.

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