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Archive: NSTA Science Update: Kilauea Summit and Lower East Rift Volcanic Eruptions, April 23, 2019

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Lava in Hawaii 2018During the Kilauea natural disaster of 2018, outbreaks of lava fountains up to 300 feet high, lava flows, and volcanic gas were preceded by earthquakes and ground deformation that created cracks on the roads. As a result, thousands of people living in the Leilani Estates subdivision on the island of Hawaii had to be evacuated; some with injuries. 

All participants received a certificate of participation and 100 Learning Center activity points for attending and completing the post-program evaluation.

Presenter: Richard Jones

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Below are comments from individuals who attended the seminar:

  • "This is my first NSTA webinar and I really enjoyed it. It was interesting to see the various maps of the past and most recent flows."
  • "Very interesting; Rick (the presenter) provided detailed information and good links."
  • "Thank you, it was an excellent presentation and so timely - having the information and footage from the eruptions last year in Hawaii."
  • "Terrific web seminar. Great update on current geology."

A certificate of attendance was deposited into participants' My Profile page in the NSTA Learning Center for completing the evaluation form at the end of the program.

For more information contact: webseminars@nsta.org

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