Hawaii's Kilauea volcano is continuing to destroy Big Island as more warnings have been issued for the next two months about damaging earthquakes, ash plumes and ground cracking.
The US Geological Survey has published an update on the current activity and hazard at and around the summit of Kilauea Volcano.
Since the volcano became active in 1983, magma from the mantle has continually risen beneath the summit, passed through the magma store system and spewed out the summit towards the East Rift Zone.
Kilauea has been erupting since May 3, which has caused thousands of residents from Leilani Estates, Vacationland, and Kapoho Bay to be evacuated.
The most likely activity includes earthquakes large enough to be damaging, as well as small to intermediate ash plumes that remain below 10,000 feet above sea level.