So much is gone.
So much more weight is added to the subsidence fault zone which has gone into the sea many times.
But this happens frequently and to all the islands, some have much more slippage oceanward than the Big Island.
Knowing the volcano will likely go sometime, why not fashion a large channel in each likely direction and maintain the lava in the channel with high pressure fire hoses?
Maybe they could use future lava flows to buttress existing subsidence zones?
Also: Is there any way to calculate the cubic tons of magma expelled?
500,000 acres (how deep) + what went into the sea . . .
Did some video yesterday say that Yellowstone has calmed down? Fortuitous if true.
Mind is the rider.
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