The eruption of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano in 2018 was caused by heavy rains – suggesting that extreme weather from climate change could lead to more eruptions
22 April 2020
THE huge eruption of Kilauea volcano on Hawaii in 2018 was triggered by extremely heavy rains, according to a new analysis. The water caused pressure to build up deep inside the volcano, fracturing the rock and allowing hot magma to rise.
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The finding bolsters the idea that rainfall can affect volcanoes and thus that climate change could lead to more eruptions.
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