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Kīlauea Eruption Update, 1 Month In: January 20, 2021

3:11 AM · Jan 21, 2021

Join Philip Ong and Dane DuPont for the 1 month eruption update on the ongoing Kīlauea eruption. New: - Second West Vent now intermittent after big pulse - Pressure stable, dropping once again - Lava lake depth still 202 m / 663 ft under West Vent - Stagnant south crust still rising, lifting inactive north vent cone - Gas emissions back down to 2500 t/d, but still significant As the 2020-21 summit eruption at Kīlauea volcano marks its one-month anniversary, we present a recap of the whole month of the eruption, as well as a review and analysis of the changes in the past few days by using USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory data, imagery and webcams. We also produce and present our own unique time-lapse compilations in formats not yet available from USGS, and answer live viewer questions. To support this channel please like, share and subscribe, and consider making a donation to us at https://www.hawaiitracker.com/support https://youtu.be/BsBOpQ9isec

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