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Science Cafe: Kilauea Rocks! 

When: Tue., May 29, 7-8 p.m. 2018
Price: Free
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All it takes is one volcanic eruption to ruin your day. The active Hawaiian shield volcano Kilauea is, unfortunately, doing just that for many residents of the island of Hawaii. Kilauea’s ongoing activity is making headlines as it destroys homes, pollutes the air with poisonous gas and spews massive ash clouds into the atmosphere. Jennifer Thomson, professor and chair of EWU’s geology department, will give a public talk on the history of Kilauea and other volcanoes like it, at an event hosted by the Inland Northwest Concerned Scientists, whose goal is to bring together scientists, professionals and all other concerned citizens to discuss various topics.

Tue, May 29 from 7-8 pm • Free • Lindaman's Gourmet-To-Go • 1235 S. Grand Blvd. • facebook.com/INConcernedScientists
— Eric Schucht

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