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Hot Take

Recent eruptions from Kilauea have caused school closings, temporary relocations and concern about larger explosions to follow. But against the backdrop of volcano history, Kilauea’s current activity is nothing out of the ordinary


30,000 feet

The height ash soared when Kilauea, on Hawaii’s Big Island, erupted on May 17. Groundwater and hot rock had interacted, a combination the U.S. Geological Survey says can produce dramatic— though not huge— explosions.


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