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Where can I learn more about lava-flow hazard zones in Hawai‘i?

The following two papers contain more detailed information about Hawaii lava-flow hazards:

Mullineaux, D.R., Peterson, D.W., and Crandell, D.R., 1987, Volcanic hazards in the Hawaiian Islands, chap. 22 of Volcanism in Hawaii, Decker, R.W., Wright, T.L., and Stauffer, P.H., eds.; U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1350, v. 1, p. 599-621.

Sherrod, D.R., Hagstrum, J.T., McGeehin, J.P., Champion, D.E., and Trusdell, F.A., 2006, Distribution, 14C chronology, and paleomagnetism of latest Pleistocene and Holocene lava flows at Haleakalā volcano, Island of Maui, Hawai‘i: A revision of lava flow hazard zones: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 111, 24 p.

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Tilling, R.I., Heliker, C., and Swanson, D.A., 2010, Eruptions of Hawaiian volcanoes—past, present, and future: U.S. Geological Survey General Information Product 117, 62 p.

Babb, J.L., Kauahikaua, J.P., and Tilling, R.I., 2011, The Story of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory—A Remarkable First 100 Years of Tracking Eruptions and Earthquakes: U.S. Geological Survey General Information Product 135, 62 p.

USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory—Island of Hawai‘i Lava-Flow Hazard Zones Faq's

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