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Looking for some volcano news – you’ve found it. A shot of volcano “tourists” near the erupting Pacaya. Photo by the Associated Press. Eruptions reader Dr. Boris Behncke dropped a note that Kilauea has not one but two active lava lakes right now. The lava lakes can be seen on the webcams for the Halema`uma`u…

Brief news! Lava flows reaching the sea at Kilauea in Hawai`i. Image from November 2009, courtesy of HVO/USGS. The Alert Status at Cleveland in the Alaskan Aleutian Islands was raised to Yellow (Advisory) by the Alaska Volcano Observatory after new signs of activity emerged. The latest report from AVO on the volcano says a thermal…

Sunny and 80 here in Ohio today. That could mean only one thing that is likely on everyone’s mind. (I suppose there is also this other bit of news that we’ve been following, too.) The low, broad shield of Hawai`i’s Mauna Loa volcano. The USGS announced yesterday that inflation at Hawai`i’s Mauna Loa appears to…