Browsing Federal Documents by Subject "hazards"

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  • Decker, Robert W.; Christiansen, Robert L. (National Academy Press, 1984)
    Although most Kilauea eruptions produce effusive basaltic lavas, about 1 percent of the prehistoric and historical eruptions have been explosive. Multiple steam explosions from Halemaumau Crater in 1924 followed subsidence ...
  • Mullineaux, Donal R.; Peterson, Donald W. (U.S. Geological Survey, 1974)
    "Volcanic hazards on the Island of Hawaii have been determined to be chiefly products of eruptions: lava flows, falling fragments, gases, and particle-and-gas clouds. Falling fragments and particle-and-gas clouds can be ...

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