Every guidebook writer longs for more space. Even though our book, Hawaii The Big Island Revealed is 312 pages (the 6th edition), there is always so much more we wish we could convey about many subjects, including Kilauea Volcano. Here you’ll find photos that we weren’t able to fit into the book, as well as links to volcano-related sites that caught our eye. And remember, unlike most other photos of the volcano you may see on the web, these photos and all the photos in the book were taken by us in accessible areas. We didn’t get special permission to go to special places. When we took these shots we were surrounded by visitors just like you during periods when Madam Pele was in a generous mood.


Map of Where Lava was Last Flowing

U.S. Geological Survey Eruption Updates (official update site from the scientists that monitor the volcano)

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Hotspots: Mantle Thermal Plumes

Kilauea Volcano

Loihi Volcano (Newest up-and-coming volcano)

Mauna Loa Volcano (Hawaii’s “other” volcano)

Movies of Kilauea

Pu’u O’o Crater Activity Live Image

Tropical Visions (Sells video tapes of some of the best Kilauea eruption footage we’ve ever seen)

University of Hawaii Volcano Web Site (Very comprehensive)

U.S. Geological Survey Home Page (lots of good info on all Hawaiian volcanoes)

U.S. Government shots of Kilauea from Space (Government posted space shots of “Significant Events” from around the world, such as volcano eruptions. Our volcanoes will only be there when they do something unusual, but it’s a very cool site nonetheless.)

Vog Measurement & Prediction

Volcano Watch (Archive of the weekly science articles that appear in the local newspaper)

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