Hawaii Lava burning occurred in the Oceania island of the United States, located outside North America, which was considered in recent times as the most horrible natural disaster of lava flow within the region. This natural disaster originated from a volcanic eruption. However, most of us are left with a series of questions yet unanswered.
It is important therefore to have little insight on this, as we address some questions through our discussion, how Hawaii lava originated, its burning effect on the environment, ecological imbalance (if any), and its extensive impact on the lives and properties of Hawaii residence.
A volcano is formed when plates collide, and all its pressure and heat of the collision result in a violent eruption. The molten rock from beneath the earth crust, flowing as lava extensively on the surface, releasing ash and rock can be seen as a super-hot mix, incredibly destructive, though creative. But the magma released from a volcanic eruption in explosive form produces ash. This was the case of Hawaii’s lava burning.
Hawaii lava flow originated from an explosive volcanic eruption that caused extensive burning with its ash as it flows extensively on the surface of the earth unrestricted. This is because, the point of Hawaii lava flow was higher than the residential areas and the coastal region, considered mountainous when compared with the sea level and the topography of the residential areas.
Intense heat and energy from Hawaii lava burning altered the ecosystem of that environment. First was the terrestrial habitat (the forest and residential areas) were lives and properties were affected. Properties worth millions of dollars were destroyed by extensive lava flow. Structures, such as houses, roads, and power distribution line were damaged. It could not be stopped, neither could it have been stopped by any means, however, the only measure was to move the affected residence of Hawaii lava flow to a safe location.
The ash burning from Hawaii lava could be seen covering the road and destroying properties. This will eventually solidify to form rock, and when it does, the areas affected may not be inhabited. But could potentially become a tourist center, while survivals will be left with huge memories of great loss and how it happened.
The flow of Hawaii lava extended to the sea, emitting great heat into the sea and destroying aquatic animals, with other harmful substances from the lava flow been released into the water body.
• How did it start and what could have been done to avert such a disaster?
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