Hawaii Volcano Eruption
Current SO2 and H2S levels on Hawaii Island
A new monitoring network is reporting real-time SO2 and H2S data during the current Kilauea volcanic eruption on Hawaii Island.
Additional air quality resources for Hawaii residents and visitors
- Hawaii County Civil Defense Emergency Alerts: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/active-alerts. Visit this page for air quality and life safety information for all areas affected by current eruptions and lava inundation.
- Current sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide levels on Hawaii Island: www.epa.gov/kilaueaairdata.
- The Hawaii Department of Health, in partnership with the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, has expanded air quality monitoring in the lower east rift zone during the Kilauea volcanic eruption on Hawaii Island. The new monitors are providing real-time information on air quality and possible health impacts, using the Hawaii County’s three-color public notification system.
- Hawaii Interagency Vog Information Dashboard www.ivhhn.org/vog/ This site provides comprehensive information on vog and SO2.
- Hawaii outdoor quality data https://emdweb.doh.hawaii.gov/air-quality/
- VMAP Vog Measurement and Prediction Project at http://mkwc.ifa.hawaii.edu/vmap/hysplit
- AirNow information from real-time PM2.5 monitors in Hawaii