• Halema`uma`u Just Before Dawn

    Hawai'i Volcanoes

    National Park Hawai'i

Meet Our Volunteers

Heidi from Montoursville PA.
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start June 1 2014

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Renata from Queensland Australia
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start March 1 2014

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Nicolas from Bern Switzerland
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start December 1 2013

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Larry from Fairfax Virginia
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start December 1 2013

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Mariko from Tokyo Japan
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start May 1 2013

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Will from Suffolk United Kingdom
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start December 1 2012

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Michael from Tägerwilen TG Switzerland
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start June 12 2012

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Danny from Miami Florida
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start June 12 2012

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Sandy from Sherrills Ford NC
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start March 1 2005

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Susan from Dublin Ireland
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start December 1 2011

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Gary from Decorah Iowa
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start December 1 2011

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Barbara from Ft. Mitchell Kentucky
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start September 1 2011

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Rich from Chalfont Pennsylvania
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start September 1 2011

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Nell from St Charles Illinois
Term Interpretive Volunteer
Start September 1 2011

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Ed from Volcano Hawai'i
Resident Volunteer
Start December 1 2008

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Did You Know?

Skylight reveals lava flowing to the ocean.

Large volumes of lava move in lava tubes beneath the hardened surface of recent flows. Skylights form when the roof of a lava tube collapses, revealing the molten lava flowing like a river within the tube.