Volcano Update: Kilauea and Mauna Loa with Tina Neal of Hawaiian Volcano Observatory

Hawaii Island’s two most active volcanoes are Kilauea, continuously erupting since 1983, and Mauna Loa, which has not erupted since 1984 but has been restless in the past few years.  The USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory’s job is to monitor all the Hawaiian volcanoes, and Chief Scientist Tina Neal gives host Sherry Bracken an update on both.  Photo:  Tina Neal  l, Sherry Bracken r, photo credit Janet Babb HVO.

Air Date:  Feb. 26, 2017