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Hawaii Volcano Stokes Fears of West Coast Eruptions

Volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunamis: The 'Ring of Fire' explained The Pacific's "Ring of Fire" is a breeding ground for natural disasters. Here's a look at the most recent incidents. Multiple fissures emitting minor lava spatter opened Saturday on Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano, heightening fears of an impending major eruption and prompting a warning by the US Geological…
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The Best Hawaiian Surfing Beaches For Surfers Of All Levels

Out of all of the landmasses on the planet, Hawaii is the only one that is the most isolated. For many people, this translates into 'groundswell' for great surfing conditions. The currents in the Pacific Ocean churn in multiple directions, and this helps to create storms, fetch and winds that ultimately gives the islands the…
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Catch The Breeze – Windsurfing Hawaii

Hawaii is known for many things - pristine beaches and wonderful ocean vistas. Great people who welcome visitors with open arms. Fantastic food and a tourism industry that makes all who arrive on the islands welcome. And this is a place where the water is part and parcel of an entire culture. The waves have…
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‘Jaws’: How a Surfing Break in Hawaii Was Named After Movie Blockbuster

(CNN)Everyone has seen the classic Hollywood blockbuster "Jaws," the 1975 Steven Spielberg classic movie about a terrifying, unpredictable, man-eating shark. Follow @cnnsport And just when you thought it was safe to get back in the water, "Jaws" has manifested itself ... as a terrifying surfing break, which has also become popular with wind surfers. A…
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