After 61 days of activity, Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, one of the world's most active volcanoes, has stopped erupting.
According to Hawaii News Now, after 61 days of volcanic activity, the recent eruption at Kilauea's summit on Hawaii has come to a pause. Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory have reported that there is no longer any lava flowing on the crater floor of Halemaumau, where all recent volcanic activity had been confined.
While small "ooze-outs" of lava were observed flowing sluggishly in the lava lake on Monday, there have been no significant changes along the volcano's rift zones. The reduction in activity is thought to be related to a "larger deflationary tilt drop" that began on Feb. 17, a common process at Kilauea that causes the ground to deflate for hours or days. This drop in pressure can then cause eruptions to diminish.
Kilauea, one of the world's most active volcanoes, began erupting again on Jan. 5 after scientists detected a glow within Halemaumau Crater. Before the major 2018 eruption, which destroyed more than 700 homes, Kilauea had been erupting since 1983, and streams of lava occasionally covered farms and homes. During that time, the lava sometimes reached the ocean, causing dramatic interactions with the water.
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