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Sites such as NPS.gov, USGS.gov and GoHawaii.com all offer information about the different volcanoes found in the state of Hawaii. NationalGeographic.com also contains videos of the actual volcanoes erupting.

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Some military resorts in Hawaii include the Hale Koa Hotel and Kilauea Military Camp. Beachfront cottages are also available at Bellows Air Force Station, Kaneohe Bay, Barber's Point and Pokai Bay.

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Most of the world's volcanoes are associated with subduction zones, according to SanAndreasFault.org. Subduction zones encircle the Pacific Ocean, forming the Ring of Fire, the region where nearly all the volcanoes in th...

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An interesting fact about the volcanoes in Hawaii is that although there are five active volcanoes, only three have been active in the last 200 years. These volcanoes are Kilauea, Mauna Loa and Hualalai. The other two ac...

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Hawaii is an island chain located in the Pacific Ocean nearly 2,100 miles southwest of the United States' mainland. It is not part of North America, although Hawaii is the 50th state of the United States. It became a sta...

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Hawaii is a volcanic island range with a lush, tropical appearance, and it includes many unique plants and animals, geological formations and multicolored sand beaches. Much of Hawaii is green, though in some areas, the ...

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Hawaii is known for being the only state that grows its own coffee, having the world's most isolated population center and as the home of Mauna Loa, the world's largest volcano. Hawaii became the 50th state of the United...

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