Kilauea Volcano 2018: What Did We Learn, What’s the Future, Part 1

Hawaiian Volcano Observatory geophysicist Jim Kauahikaua, Scientist in Charge and geologist Tina Neal, and research geophysicist Ingrid Johannsen look back at the May through July, 2018 Kilauea lava flow at the Kilauea summit and in the Lower East Rift Zone (Leilani Estates area), and at the vog the lava created, and tell us what happened, share their reflections, and look towards the future.

Part 2