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Hawaii

The Pacific Region has nine USGS Science Centers in California, Nevada, and Hawaii. The Regional Office, headquartered in Sacramento, provides Center oversight and support, facilitates internal and external collaborations, and works to further USGS strategic science directions.

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USGS
October 7, 1994

The nearly 12-year-long eruption on Kīlauea's east rift zone took a short vacation this past week. No lavaerupted between Wednesday morning and Thursday afternoon, when lava once again reoccupied the same tube to the western ocean entry at Laeapuki and a small channelized 'a'a flow broke out of the tube in the center of the flow field above Kamoamoa. 

USGS
September 30, 1994

In Hawaii, the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) is known for its work in Hawaiian volcano monitoring and hazards assessment and in conveying information to the public and to other government agencies.
 

USGS
September 23, 1994

Rabaul caldera, an active volcano located on the northern tip of New Britain island in Papua New Guinea, erupted violently this past week.

USGS
September 16, 1994

The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory is located on the northwest rim of Kīlauea caldera adjacent to the Jagger Museum. Because of its location within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, many people have the mistaken impression that the Observatory is administered by the National Park Service. 

USGS
September 9, 1994

Kīlauea's east rift zone eruption at Pu'u 'O'o, which began in January 1983, continues. Lava is actively circulating in a pond inside the Pu'u 'O'o cone.

USGS
September 2, 1994

About nine months ago I wrote about a scientific drill hole in Hilo that was funded by the National Science Foundation to examine the long-term growth of a Hawaiian volcano.

Surface flows erupting; lava bench movement measured...
August 24, 1994

Several large surface lava flows from the eruption along Kīlauea's east rift zone occurred this past week. The largest of these flowed down the east side of the flow field between the Kamoamoa flows and those that surrounded Waha'ula several years ago. 

USGS
August 19, 1994

Earthquakes are a frequent occurrence on the Island of Hawaii. Rarely a week goes by that we do not experience at least one earthquake that is large enough to be felt.

Local volcanologist to assess Zaire eruption...
August 12, 1994

The U.S. Geological Survey has a Volcano Disaster Assistance Program (VDAP) that provides scientific and technical assistance during international volcanic crises.
 

USGS
August 5, 1994

The U.S. Geological Survey maintains a network of more than 50 seismic stations on Hawaii Island. The instruments and their distribution were originally designed to record and locate the many small earthquakesassociated with magma movement inside Kīlauea and Mauna Loa Volcanoes. 

USGS
July 29, 1994

The eruption along Kīlauea's East Rift Zone continues with little change since our last report in mid-June. There are still two erupting vents located on the southwest and west flanks of the Pu'u 'O'o cone, which is located about 11 miles east of Kīlauea's summit. 

USGS
June 10, 1994

The eruption on Kīlauea's east rift zone continues with little change. The eruption has now been going for eleven and one-half years and shows no signs that the end is close.