Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-03514
A 19-hour eruption of Kīlauea began on 30 April 1982, from fissures east of Halema’uma’u crater. This view from the north shows lava spatter feeding a lava flow two hours after the start of the eruption. Spatter ramparts of the 1964 eruption are partly buried by 1982 spatter.
Photo by Jack Lockwood, 1982 (U.S. Geological Survey).
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Galleries: Fissure Vents | Lava Flows
Keywords: fissure | lava fountain | gas | gas plume | lava | lava flow | spatter rampart | spatter | eruption