Hawaii Volcano eruption — New “puff emissions” every 2 min @ Kilauea
Published on Jul 14th, 2018 – A steady beat of a new drum has developed at Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii (currently July 14, 2018 for the time being).
Approximately every 2 minutes, a new volcanic “puff emission” is taking place from the bottom of the collapsed crater near the “center” of the collapsed pit.
This may only be temporary, or may be a sign of a return of magma coming back up below Kilaueas greater collapsed caldera.
Puff emissions are generated by a buildup of volcanic gas + heat, which then punches through any debris or bedrock, releasing via puffs of steam and gas at the surface .. usually occurring inside already collapsed craters.
Puff emissions are sometimes a sign of a coming eruption within weeks or less.
See Also: (Dutchsinse) – 7/14/2018 – West Coast USA Earthquake threat – Plate slow slipping – Pacific unrest obvious
Also: (Dutchsinse) – 7/15/2018 – Earthquake activity spreads to EU + West Coast USA Slow Slip building pressure
Also: (Dutchsinse) – 7/15/2018 – Global Earthquake Forecast – Expecting STEP UP – Alaska, USA West Coast + MAJOR UNREST