Measuring Kīlauea summit lake on December 12

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Detailed Description

The large rock that was visible at the eastern end of Kīlauea's summit crater lake on November 28 (marked by white circle on left photo) is now submerged, and the water level continues to slowly rise. Today (right photo), the vertical distance between the water surface and the tripod on the crater rim was measured at about 601 m (1972 ft). USGS photo by K. Mulliken, 12-12-2019.


Image Dimensions: 3259 x 1237

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