The most active volcano in the United States erupted in Hawaii

The most active volcano in the United States erupted in Hawaii

Klavia, one of the most active volcanoes on the planet and the most active United States, Exploded On the big island of Hawaii.

Officials from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) confirmed the eruption on Wednesday in the Halemamau crater, above the volcano.

Images taken by a webcam covered the surface of the crater and showed sources of erupting volcanoes Volcanic gas clouds. A large volcanic lake in the same area has formed on several occasions before.

Pictures taken from the top of Cleo. Photo: EFE

The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police station Fully contained In the Volcanic National Park.

“All signs indicate that it is inside the crater,” said Ken Hahn, a USGS scientist in charge of the Hawaii Volcano Laboratory.

“We do not see any sign of the volcano moving towards the bottom of the eastern part of the residential area. At present, all activities are taking place inside the park,” he added.

Volcano warning Elevated to “warning” The code for the aircraft was changed to red.

General view of the Halemamavu Valley above Mount Kilea.  Photo: REUTERS

General view of the Halemamavu Valley above Mount Kilea. Photo: REUTERS

Earlier, officials said they found seismic activity and groundwater levels rising, warning levels.

Background

El Klavia In 2018 a major eruption was recorded It destroyed more than 700 homes and displaced thousands of people. Until then, the volcano had been erupting slowly for decades, mostly away from densely populated residential areas.

The same area that erupted on Wednesday was active between last December and May.

Prior to the big eruption of 2018, Cleo had been erupting since 1983 and the volcanic eruption occasionally covered farms and rural homes. At that time, the volcano sometimes reached the ocean, causing severe contact with water.

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For four months in 2018, Cleo Shed Volcano enough to fill 320,000 Olympic swimming pools, Now burying more than half of Manhattan up to 24 meters (80 feet) of hardened lava.

Molten rock marks, streets and surroundings reduced to a vast expanse of black rock and volcanic eruptions.

Source: A.P.

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