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Our programs produce accurate geologic maps and 3-D geologic frameworks that provide critical data for sustaining and improving the quality of life and economic vitality of the Nation. They also organize, maintain, and publish the geospatial baseline of the Nation's topography, natural landscape, built environment and more.

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February 2, 2024 — Kīlauea Interferogram

This image shows ground deformation during the recent intrusive activity at Kīlauea volcano.

February 2, 2024—Summary map of recent unrest at Kīlauea Volcano

This map shows recent unrest at Kīlauea volcano. Yellow circles mark earthquake locations from January 31, 2024 through 6:00 a.m. HST February 2, 2024, as recorded by HVO seismometers.

February 1, 2024—Summary map of recent unrest at Kīlauea Volcano

This map shows recent unrest at Kīlauea volcano. Yellow circles mark earthquake locations from January 31, 2024, through noon on February 1, 2024, as recorded by HVO seismometers.

January 8, 2024—Summary map of recent unrest at Kīlauea Volcano

This map shows recent unrest at Kīlauea volcano. Yellow circles mark earthquake locations from November 30, 2023 through January 8, 2024, as recorded by HVO seismometers

October 24, 2023 — Reference map of September 2023 Kīlauea summit eruption

This reference map depicts the Kīlauea summit region following the most recent eruption in September 2023.

October 12, 2023—Summary map of intrusive activity at Kīlauea Volcano

This map shows recent unrest in Kīlauea’s summit region. Colored fringes denote areas of ground deformation and yellow circles denote earthquake locations.

September 15, 2023 — Kīlauea summit thermal map compilation

This compilation shows thermal maps of the summit eruption for Sept. 11-15, 2023.

September 15, 2023 — Kīlauea summit thermal maps

A helicopter overflight on September 15, 2023, allowed for aerial visual and thermal imagery to be collected at the summit of Kīlauea.