Kilauea emissions have harmful health effects
A new study in this month’s journal of Geology shows that people who live downwind of the Kilauea Volcano could have an increased risk of respiratory or cardiac ailments caused by exposure to high levels of sulfur dioxide and aerosol particulates.
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