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I think we can confidently enough answer "no". From this report (p. 23): Kilauea eruptions occur either at its summit or within two well-defined swaths (called rift zones) that radiate from the summit. In the same report, you can see those rift zones on the map page 3, or on the sketch of the plumbing system page 24. Most lava flows are emplaced along ...


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There are lot of studies on the past activity of Mount Vesuvius. Eruptive deposits have been studied and dated in order to reconstruct the type and timing of past eruptions. This can give some indication of what to expect even if, and I cannot stress this enough, past activity patterns of a given volcano does not predict its future activity. It can give a ...


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