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Kilauea lava continues to enter ocean at several points

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  • COURTESY: USGS HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES OBSERVATORYThis close-up image shows numerous small streams of lava were entering the water as they were battered by the surf in this Jan. 4, 2013 image from the USGS Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory near Kupapau Point.
    COURTESY: USGS HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES OBSERVATORY
    This close-up image shows numerous small streams of lava were entering the water as they were battered by the surf in this Jan. 4, 2013 image from the USGS Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory near Kupapau Point.
  • COURTESY: USGS HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES OBSERVATORYThis image from the USGS Hawaiian Volanoes Observatory is looking west at some of the eastern ocean entry points near Kupapau Point on Hawaii island on Jan. 4, 2013.
    COURTESY: USGS HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES OBSERVATORY
    This image from the USGS Hawaiian Volanoes Observatory is looking west at some of the eastern ocean entry points near Kupapau Point on Hawaii island on Jan. 4, 2013.
  • COURTESY: USGS HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES OBSERVATORYThis closer view shows a  portion of the lava stream breaks apart on the near-vertical sea cliff near Kupapau Point on Hawaii island n this Jan. 4, 2012 photo from the United States Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory.
    COURTESY: USGS HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES OBSERVATORY
    This closer view shows a portion of the lava stream breaks apart on the near-vertical sea cliff near Kupapau Point on Hawaii island n this Jan. 4, 2012 photo from the United States Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory.
  • COURTESY: USGS HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES OBSERVATORYA stream of lava cascades down the sea cliff at the ocean entry, near the eastern boundary of the National Park in this USGS Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory photo. This spot was one of several where lava was reaching the water.
    COURTESY: USGS HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES OBSERVATORY
    A stream of lava cascades down the sea cliff at the ocean entry, near the eastern boundary of the National Park in this USGS Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory photo. This spot was one of several where lava was reaching the water.
  • COURTESY: USGS HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES OBSERVATORYNumerous small streams of lava were entering the water as they were battered by the surf in this Jan. 4, 2013 image from the United States Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory.
    COURTESY: USGS HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES OBSERVATORY
    Numerous small streams of lava were entering the water as they were battered by the surf in this Jan. 4, 2013 image from the United States Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory.

Lava flows from Kilauea Volcano continued to be active Saturday on the east flank of Puu Oo. 

To the southeast, lava was entering the ocean in multiple areas both inside and outside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. 

Several streams of lava were entering the water near Kupapau Point. 

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