HVO scientists discuss water in Halemaumau

  • The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory on Thursday released a new video with scientists discussing why water appeared at the bottom of Halemaumau Crater. This photo of the Halemaumau water pond was taken by D. Swanson on Oct. 7. (HVO/SPECIAL TO WEST HAWAII TODAY)

KAILUA-KONA — The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory on Thursday released a new video with scientists discussing why water appeared at the bottom of Halemaumau crater.

The 16-minute video also features the scientists sharing how HVO is monitoring the rising water level, and the potential hazards of water in the crater.

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