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Flashback Friday! “Living in Pele’s Paradise Part Two: Learning from the Past to Prepare for Future Eruptions”

November 22, 2013

In Part Two of her excellent film, graduate student Jess Sable shares how modern science studies past eruptions, including the spectacular fountains of lava that began in 1959 from Kīlauea Iki. In this second part of Living in Pele’s Paradise, Sable shows us how the scientific and social lessons of that eruption affect modern research and monitoring of Kīlauea and other volcanoes worldwide. Look for more familiar faces and voices for those who live and work with and  near Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park and with the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory

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