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The current active lava flow (named “61g”) from Hawaii's…

Lava Flows From Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano

The current active lava flow (named from Hawaii's Kīlauea Volcano began as an eruption in May, and has spent months making its way to the shoreline.

Tree trunks engulfed and incinerated by lava leave cylindrical hollows, or tree molds, where lava solidified against them; tree molds often preserve the original surface texture of the tree. Tree molds are found within standing lava trees and on the surfaces of lava flows.

Tree trunks engulfed and incinerated by lava leave cylindrical hollows, or tree…

Some awesome pics of lava to share with the kids while studying landforms! Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, a fascinating world of active volcanism.

Volcanoes National Park, Kilauea, Hawaii volcano viewable from rater Rim Dr. - visit before sunrise Papakolea Beach - a green sand beach (major rip/no swimming) hike Puna Coast permit camping available stay at Volcano House

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Kilauea Volcano, Dec and Pele's Hair (see the strands?) Photos copyright Steve & Donna O’Meara /Volcano Watch International.

River of molten lava from Kilauea volcano flowing into the sea. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, The Big Island of Hawaii. #lava #volcano #hawaii

°River of molten lava from Kilauea volcano flowing into the sea. The Big Island, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. by Sami Sarkis

Lava river, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

Lava river, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii by Frans Lanting. We lose shoreline in most of the World, and Hawaii is constantly giving birth!

Lava flowing from Kilauea Volcano in the Volcanoes National Park - Big Island - Hawaii - USA

Lava is awesome! We live about an hour's drive from the park. Lava flowing from Kilauea Volcano in the Volcanoes National Park - Big Island - Hawaii - USA

Kilauea Lava Flow, Big Island - Hawai'i, USA

From Smithsonian Photo Of The Day; April Lava flow from the Kīlauea Volcano on the island of Hawai’i flows into the sea. Photo and caption by Varina Patel (Twinsburg, OH);

Ocean Lava Flow, Hawaii

Extreme sports photographer Alexandre Socci accompanied professional kayaker Pedro Oliva and his team as they decided to take on the turbulent waters surrounding Kilauea - most active volcano in Hawaiian Islands

Ol Doinyo Lengai, Tanzania. The only active carbonatite volcano in the world. Its lava erupts at only 500 degrees C.

Ol Doinyo Lengai in Tanzania where the Masaai believe that God stepped down to earth. The only active carbonatite volcano in the world. Its lava erupts at only 500 degrees C.

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