Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii
Kilauea has been erupting lava and ash since January 1983 from the east rift zone on the main island of Hawaii and is the most active volcano on earth (HCV). Kilauea is in the shield building stage. Most of Kilauea is located below sea level. It is located over a hotspot in the Pacific plate. The summit of Kilauea is at 4,090 ft. The crater is nine miles in circumference and is one of the largest active craters on earth (New Standard Encyclopedia). Kilauea is on the eastern slope of Mauna Loa, which is much bigger than Kilauea but less active now.
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