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KÄ«lauea has been relatively quiet since September 2018. However, Hawaiian Volcano Observatory scientists continue to monitor the volcano for any signs of change and to learn as much as they can from the dramatic events of this past summer. Here, HVO scientists scout possible locations for a webcam to provide additional views into the enlarged crater within KÄ«lauea's summit caldera. USGS photo by M. Zoeller. Photo taken Tuesday, February 19, 2019 courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey

KÄ«lauea has been relatively quiet since September 2018. However, Hawaiian Volcano Observatory scientists continue to monitor the volcano for any signs of change and to learn as much as they can from the dramatic events of this past summer. Here, HVO scientists scout possible locations for a webcam to provide additional views into the enlarged crater within KÄ«lauea’s summit caldera. USGS photo by M. Zoeller. Photo taken Tuesday, February 19, 2019 courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey

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