What to expect when you’re expecting…Lava - Event Details
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What to expect when you’re expecting…Lava
Location: UCB, Room 100
The recent flows in Puna have generated a great deal of concern and questions about how lava behaves. Using timelapse videos and slides, UH Hilo Geology professor Dr. Ken Hon will discuss how pāhoehoe flows advance and what to expect when the flows interact with roads, buildings, and other infrastructure.
Hosted by University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo Faculty Congress and the College of Continuing Education and Community Service (CCECS)
For more information, call CCECS at 974-7664
For disability accommodation, call 974-7664 (V) , 974-7002 (TTY) by October 5
For more information, contact: 974-7664
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