Steve Anderson, a professor in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences shares his insights regarding the Kilauea volcanic eruption of Hawaii with Discovery Channel.  

Anderson has closely observed the activity at Kilauea and has seen the effects of structural changes first-hand. The two primary areas of concern are the lava flows in the Leilani Estates and the lava lake at the summit of the Kilauea volcano. Anderson has observed the damage from the recent explosion including lava flow, dangerous gases, and the potential for acid rain.

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