This is from Kilauea, an above-water volcano. I wonder what’s going on at the millions of underwater volcanoes.
This lava flow reached the ocean early yesterday morning, says volcanodiscovery.com
“It crossed the emergency coastal road and created a new narrow ocean entry where new land is now being formed to again enlarge the surface of Big Island.”
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If this much lava is pouring into the sea from just one volcano, can you imagine how much could be pouring out of the millions of underwater volcanoes?