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Hilina Slump: Hawaii earthquake, M 5.5 quake hits near Kilauea volcano


Mary Greeley News

Published: 3 months ago

Most are caused by abrupt motion of the volcano’s south flank, which moves to the southeast over the oceanic crust.

The location, depth, and waveforms recorded as part of today’s earthquake are consistent with slip along this south flank fault.”


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