Emergency and disaster management briefing for January 7, 2022: Lava returned to the lava lake at Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano after a three-day pause; two earthquakes in less than 24 hours were recorded under Lake Erie offshore of northeastern Ohio; seawater magnetic fields may provide at least a minute of extra warning time for tsunamis; the SAFER grant period is now open to assist firefighter staffing levels across the nation; NWCG offers an optional Wildland Fire Mental Health module with its RT-130 required training; CISA has released three free YouTube videos to address and prevent bombings; the Wolf Volcano in the Galapagos Islands began erupting early Friday; and over 28,400 pounds of fresh ground beef is being recalled due to potential E. coli contamination.

1. Lava returned to the lava lake at Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano yesterday after a three-day pause. The volcano continues to erupt from the western rim into the Halema’uma’u Crater. The current eruption is an intermittent lava effusion-style eruption, with pauses between lava flows that have ranged anywhere from six hours to three days.





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