Hawaii volcano: Earthquake swarm rocks world's biggest volcano – but will it erupt?


“Other monitoring data streams for Mauna Loa and Kīlauea, including ground deformation, gas, and imagery, show no significant changes in activity.”

The HVO will continue to monitor Mauna Loa for more quakes, ground deformation and gas emissions.

The latest alert level for Mauna Loa stands at ADVISORY, which was downgraded from WATCH on Tuesday.

An advisory suggests “volcano is exhibiting signs of elevated unrest above known background activity.”

Mauna Loa is considered to be the world’s biggest active volcano and is also one of the world’s most active ones.





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