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Archive for June 7th, 2018

‘Cardiac Arrest’: Sudden Death of Fattest – Part 2

Posted by feww on June 7, 2018

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FIRE-EARTH Presentation: Cardiac Arrest – 060702

Prepared and presented by FIRE-EARTH and affiliated scientists.

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Mini-Updates of Kīlauea Summit and Lower East Rift Zone Activity

Posted by feww on June 7, 2018

Volcanic Activity: Mini-Updates of Kīlauea Summit and Lower East Rift Zone

Kilauea – 2018-06-07 02:38:17 UTC
Explosive eruption at Kīlauea summit, equivalent to energy release of M5.6 (preliminary), occurred at 4:07 PM HST. Ash plume reached 10,000 ft above sea level. Downwind communities may experience ashfall. [USGS-HVO]

Ros T. – 060702

M 5.4
19.413°N 155.280°W [6km SW of Volcano, Hawaii]
0.6 km depth
2018-06-07 02:06:38 UTC

This earthquake was associated with an ash explosion that occurred around 4:06 PM Tuesday, June 6th local time from Halema’uma’u crater. The plume extended to about 10,000 ft above sea level and drifted southwest with possible ashfall at downwind locations. USGS

Nearby Places
Direction data (below) indicate the position of the event relative to the place.

  • Volcano, Hawaii: 5.8 km (3.6 mi) SW – Population: 2,575
  • Hawaiian Paradise Park, Hawaii: 37.9 km (23.5 mi) WSW – Population: 11,404
  • Hilo, Hawaii: 40.3 km (25.1 mi) SSW – Population: 43,263
  • Kailua-Kona, Hawaii: 79.6 km (49.5 mi) ESE – Population: 11,975
  • Honolulu, Hawaii: 341.3 km (212.0 mi) SE – Population: 371,657

Hawaii Island 30 Days, Magnitude 2.5+ earthquakes: 1,726

[USGS]

Diagnostics and Forecasts available via FIRE-EARTH Pulsars.


Webcam Notes


This image is from a temporary thermal camera positioned on the northwest flank of Puʻu ʻŌʻō, looking southeast at Puʻu ʻŌʻō’s summit crater. The temperature scale is in degrees Celsius up to a maximum of 500 degrees (932 degrees Fahrenheit) for this camera model, and scales automatically based on the maximum and minimum temperatures within the frame. Thick fume, image pixel size and other factors often result in image temperatures being lower than actual surface temperatures. [Source: USGS-HVO]

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