|Earthquakes at Kilauea Volcano, HAWAII
November 4, 2007
2.7M Earthquake Kilauea Volcano, HAWAII, Nov 4, 2007, 19N, 155W
3.4M Earthquake Kilauea Volcano, HAWAII, Nov 4, 2007, 19N, 155W
2.8M Earthquake Kilauea Volcano, HAWAII, Oct 15, 2007, 20N, 155W
2.7M Earthquake Kilauea Volcano, HAWAII, Oct 15, 2007, 20N, 155W
3.2M Earthquake Kilauea Volcano, HAWAII, Oct 10, 2007, 20N, 155W
For the most current update, see Hawaii Volcano Observatory and Lava Flow Assessment.
Starting on Father's Day, Sunday, June 17, 2007, hundreds of medium and small earthquakes have been going off continuously at Kilauea Volcanic Site on the South East side of The Big Island of Hawaii near Mauna Loa. See: USGS Kilauea Eruption Update. Of the more than 500 earthquakes reported on USGS Earthquake Map of Big Island of Hawaii over the past three days, virtually all have occurred at Kilauea. Magnitude 4.0 is the Largest Quake Reported on June 17, 2007 6:15 PM HST.
As of July 1, 2007, not much can be explained with respect to what's is really happening at Kilauea Volcano. See article at Hawaii Tribune Herald.
At August 29, 2007, we have the following Status Report from Hawaii Volcano Observation.
It appears that The Earth's Largest Volcano, Mauna Loa, could possibly erupt in Hawaii. See: Dream Registry Entry
Scientist Tracking 250 Earthquake Swarm to hit Big Island of Hawaii for 13 Hours
Quakes Swarm Kilauea Upper East Rift Zone
New Lava Outbreak at Kilauea Volcano Site
VIDEO of Kilauea Lava Flow
Kilauea Recent Activity Hints to Eruption Pattern
Kilauea's Quakes Rattle Anew For Hours
Kilauea Quakes Close Chain of Crater
Visitorship Increases at Kilauea Volcano Site Due to Swarm Earthquake Activity
Instability of Kilauea Volcano South-East Flank of BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII by Dr. Parasas-Carayannis
Volcano Eruptions in 2007 Have Surpassed Prior Years' Eruptions. From January 1, 2007 to June 15, 2007, a Record of 28 New Volcanoes Have Erupted Worldwide, excluding Kilauea in Hawaii