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COURTESY HAWAIIAN VOLCANO OBSERVATORY
Hawaiian Volcano Observatory geologists hiked across the latest lava flow field, dubbed 61g, to investigate the above breakout Wednesday at the base of the hill on Kilauea Volcano’s south flank. Toes of active pahoehoe lava were slowly advancing on top of older flows that erupted earlier this year.