Lecture: Kilauea - Earth’s Most Active Volcano
Kilauea has been continuously active since 1983, erupting lava sourced from a permanently sited, deep-mantle magma hot spot. The recent 2018 volcanic activity has been spewing clouds of ash and smoke over the Puna area. This program will describe the origin of the Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain and take a look at the history of volcanic activity in the Hawaiian Archipelago. Eruptive styles and lava flow characters will be illustrated with video and a representative suite of Kilauea volcanic rocks on display for examination.
Co-sponsored by OLLI@UGA & Reflecting, Sharing, Learning.
Thursday, June 7, 2018 at 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Athens Clarke County Library 2025 Baxter St, Athens, GA 30606