HAWAII (CBSDFW.COM) – The landscape and coastline of the Big Island have changed since the eruption of the Kilauea volcano began five weeks ago.

The USGS released video of the changing coastline.

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changing Hawaiian coastline (USGS)

Scientists said: “Beginning on June 3, lava from fissure 8 entered the ocean at Kapoho Bay. By June 6, lava had completely filled Kapoho Bay and built a delta that now extends over a mile from shore. A helicopter overflight of Kilauea Volcano’s lower East Rift Zone on June 6, 2018, around 5:00 pm.m HST documented lava-seawater interactions at the ocean entry and the formation of a white plume called laze. Lava entering the ocean builds a platform of new land known as a lava delta. This new land appears stable, but hides a foundation of loose rubble that can collapse into the ocean.”

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The volcano eruption on the Big Island has wiped out 600 homes.

Geologists say the ongoing eruptions have pumped out enough lava to fill more than 45,000 Olympic-sized pools and cover Manhattan in 6 and a half feet of lava.

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changing Hawaiian coastline (USGS)