As the Lava Flow Slows, What Happens to Hawaii’s New Land?
By Glen M.W. Trowbridge and Rachel Hable, First American Title Insurance Company After three months of volcanic activity from the Kilauea volcano, the most active lava flow on Hawaii’s Big Island has come to a near halt, according to the U.S. Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. The near continuous eruptions for the past three months …
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