Photo and Video Chronology – Aerial and ground surveys of Kīlauea, response instrumentation
Hawaiian Volcano Observatory staff and collaborators conducted aerial and ground surveys of Kīlauea Koa‘e fault system and Southwest Rift Zone to monitor the recent intrusion. Temporary instrumentation was also deployed to aid in monitoring.
February 6, 2024 — Aerial survey of Kīlauea Koa‘e fault system and Southwest Rift Zone
This aerial photo shows some of the new cracks that developed as a result of the recent intrusion southwest of Kīlauea's summit. HVO geologist who hiked out to this region of the Maunaiki trail (marked by the line of rocks in the photo) in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park noted that the cracks extended tens of meters in length and centimeters (inches) in width in the vicinity of Twin Pit Craters in the Ka‘ū Desert. USGS photo by K. Mulliken.
February 3, 2024 — Kīlauea Koa‘e fault system survey
Ground cracks at Kīlauea following January 31–February 2, 2024 intrusion
February 2, 2024 — Deployment of temporary GPS sites in response to Kīlauea unrest
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