KSU professor using volcanic activity as learning tool

KSU professor using volcanic activity as learning tool

The volcanoes in Hawaii and Guatemala are capturing attention because the pictures are fascinating. They show the power of nature and the devastation it can cause.

Kent State Trumbull Professor Dr. David Hacker is watching the volcano in Hawaii very closely. Earlier this year, he was in Hawaii watching a smaller flow from the same volcano, which has had a lava flow since 1983.

“You can go right up to it. It’s a lifetime experience to see lava flow up close,” Hacker said.

The magma's heat is what always sticks with him. It is 2,300 degrees. Hacker explains that we live on ...

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POSTED: Thursday, June 7, 2018 - 9:57am
UPDATED: Thursday, June 7, 2018 - 9:57am
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