Volcanology Talk

November 7, 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Mānoa Campus, POST 723

Enigmatic Kilauea: Additional Insights and Unanswered Questions from the 2018 Eruption is a free pau hana talk by Brett Walker, a PhD student in earth sciences and member of the USGS field response team throughout the 2018 volcanic crisis at Kilauea

The landmark eruption was the United States’ first $1 billion volcanic crisis. It is perhaps the best documented volcanic eruption ever, yet some very fundamental questions remain unanswered. Walker will outline the May–August 2018 eruption events, share what scientists studying the eruption have learned and introduce the large scientific questions that remain.

Co-sponsored by ARCS Foundation, Honolulu Chapter, advancing science in America through support for UH Manoa graduate students in STEM fields.

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Graduate Division, Mānoa Campus

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Sui-Lan Ellsworth, (808) 386-4027, arcshonolulu@gmail.com

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