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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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September 20, 2020—HVO camera network map

Map of the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory’s current camera network coverage. 

June 5, 2020—Subaerial extents of Mauna Loa lava flows from the past 200 years

Map showing the subaerial extents of historical lava flows from Mauna Loa. Lava flow hazard zones and districts of the County of Hawai‘i are also depicted.

May 29, 2020—Thermal map of Kīlauea summit

The May 29 overflight provided updated thermal images of Kīlauea summit, covering the caldera floor and showing the warm surface of the water lake in Halema‘uma‘u crater. No significant changes were observed in the surface temperature of Kīlauea's summit crater lake. Small hotspots are also present on the walls of Halema‘uma‘u due to fumaroles.

May 29, 2020—Updated aerial map of Kīlauea summit

The May 29 overflight provided updated aerial photographs of Kīlauea summit, covering the caldera floor and showing the current size of the water lake in Halema‘uma‘u crater. The water lake has a surface area of approximately 25,000 square meters (6.2 acres), which is more than double the area measured in late December, when it was 11,000 square meters (2.7 acres).

Comparing Kīlauea's summit before and after the 2018 collapse

This series of maps compares aerial imagery collected prior to Kīlauea's 2018 summit collapse and the "Geologic Map of the Summit Region of Kīlauea Volcano, Hawaii" (Dutton and others, 2007; Neal and others, 2003)—created before Kīlauea's 2018 summit collapse—with aerial imagery collected after the 2018 summit collapse and a preliminary update to Kīlauea's summit geologic map.

December 18, 2019, updated aerial map of Kīlauea summit

The December 18, 2019, overflight provided updated aerial photographs of Kīlauea summit, covering the caldera floor and showing the current size of the water pond in Halema‘uma‘u crater.

Thermal map of Kīlauea summit - December 18, 2019

The December 18 overflight provided updated thermal images of Kīlauea summit, covering the caldera floor and showing the warm surface of the water pond in Halema‘uma‘u crater.

Thermal map of Kīlauea lower East Rift Zone lava flow field

This preliminary thermal map shows relative surface temperatures across Kīlauea's 2018 lower East Rift Zone lava flow field.

Thermal map of Kīlauea summit

This thermal map was constructed from 1008 images collected by a thermal camera during a helicopter overflight on August 22, 2019.

Kīlauea Caldera Thermal Map 2019 April 08

This thermal map, which was constructed by merging about 1300 images from a morning helicopter overflight on April 8, shows the distribution of some prominent thermal features in Kīlauea's summit caldera. 

Kīlauea 2018 lower East Rift Zone lava flow thicknesses: a PRELIMINARY MAP

Data depicted on this preliminary map of Kīlauea lower East Rift Zone lava flow thicknesses are subject to change.

2019—Geologic map of the central-southeast flank of Mauna Loa

"Geologic map of the central-southeast flank of Mauna Loa" (https://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/sim2932B)