At 2.11pm on December 9, when Whakaari/White Island spewed scalding steam, rocks and ash into the air, 47 people were on or near the island.
Police have so far confirmed 16 people have died.
The 16th person died on Saturday after being repatriated to Australia.
One week on, 14 people remained in hospitals across New Zealand, while another 13 people had been transferred to Australia.
Two people remain unaccounted for on or in the vicinity of Whakaari/White Island.
These are the people who family and members of the public have said have been killed or injured during the devastating volcanic eruption.
Most of the deaths have been confirmed by the New Zealand Police.
Some people remain unaccounted for.
Confirmed dead by New Zealand Police
The Hollander family
An entire Australian family died due to the volcanic eruption.
Barbara Hollander, 49, and Martin Hollander, 48, were visiting Whakaari/White Island with their two sons when it blew.
Berend Hollander, 16, and Matthew Hollander, 13, were US citizens with Australian permanent residency like their mother. Matthew is the youngest victim on the official White Island eruption death toll.
Both boys attended Knox Grammar School in Wahroonga, on Sydney's North Shore, where their father had gone to school before them.
After the two teenagers died in hospital the Hollander family released a statement saying they were "absolutely heartbroken" by the loss.
"Ben and Matthew were wonderfully kind and spirited boys who lived short but very fulsome lives."
The boys had loved their school, Australian sport and an outdoor lifestyle, the statement said.
"They had a positive and lasting impact on everyone's paths they crossed."
It was just one month into Tīpene Maangi's job as a guide for White Island Tours when the island erupted.
Maangi, from Te Whānau a Apanui and Ngāti Porou iwi, has been described as a loving young man, who always puts others before himself.
Earlier this week, long-time friend Shaniah Semmens described the 24-year-old as a very cool, caring and funny person who was well-loved.
"I would rather it have been me than him out there."
The day after the disaster Maangi's father stood at the Whakatāne wharf, staring at Whakaari.
Anthony and Kristine Elizabeth Langford
New Zealand Police confirmed both Anthony Langford and Kristine Langford died due to the volcanic eruption.
The couple were on a trip with their two teenage children - Winona, 17, and Jesse, 19.
Their son Jesse was found alive and is in hospital. However, their daughter Winona remains unaccounted for.
Gavin Dallow and his stepdaughter Zoe Hosking
New Zealand Police have confirmed the deaths of Gavin Dallow and his teenage stepdaughter Zoe Hosking.
Dallow's wife and Zoe's mother, Lisa Dallow, is in hospital and being treated for her injuries.
Dallow's family said in a statement: "We mourn the loss of Gavin and Zoe.
"Gavin was a wonderful son and brother.
"We'll miss him at the cricket and we'll miss him at the football. He was a generous man, always helping his family and his community.
"Our hearts break at the loss of Zoe at such a young age.
"We know her loss will also devastate her school community and the local Girl Guides, of which she was still an active member.
"The Dallow family is extremely thankful for the support from relatives, Rotary, the local church community and the broader community."
Australian vet nursing student Krystal Browitt was on the trip of a lifetime to celebrate her birthday with her close-knit family, the Herald Sun reported.
New Zealand police confirmed the 21-year-old died due to the volcanic eruption.
Following the eruption, both her father Paul and her sister Stephanie were hospitalised.
Browitt's mother Marie, however, was uninjured after choosing not to go on the White Island tour.
Chris Cozad died on Saturday, December 15, becoming the 16th to die following the Whakaari eruption.
Initially, Cozad's family didn't want his name released but have since confirmed he died after being repatriated to a hospital in Sydney.
Cozad's oldest daughter Emily, 19, said her father was someone she'd look up to forever and would be "so, so, so missed".
"He was a really devoted dad and the best husband to my mum."
Cozad was travelling with wife Bianca and family on the Ovation of the Seas cruise ship as they were celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary.
On December 9 he decided to take the tour of Whakaari / White Island, leaving Bianca and his two younger daughters and other family members behind on the ship.
Australian couple Karla Mathews, Richard Elzer and friend Jason Griffiths
Three Australians from Coffs Harbour, Jason Griffiths, 33, Karla Mathews, 32 and her partner Richard Elzer had been holidaying with a group of friends on the Royal Caribbean Ovation of the Seas cruise ship.
NZ Police said on Sunday that Mathews was among those killed, but her death, as well as those of Elzer and Griffiths, had already been confirmed by friends.
"On the 9th of December 2019, we were devastated by the news that three of our friends were visiting White Island on a shore excursion during the time of eruption," a joint statement issued by friends and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said.
"Some time later, we discovered that two of our friends, Richard Elzer and Karla Mathews, were still on the island.
"We then located our third friend, Jason Griffiths, in a hospital in the early hours of the next morning.
"From that moment until the moment of his passing, Jason was surrounded by friends and family members.
"We are incredibly saddened to have lost three of our closest friends."
Griffiths, 33, has since been officially named as a victim by NZ Police.
Julie and Jessica Richards
Australian media first reported that Brisbane mother Julie Richards, 47, and her 20-year-old daughter Jessica had been confirmed dead.
Friend and family spokesman John Mickel told media the family were "devastated" but united in grief.
Mickel, a Queensland politician, said the pair were known as "adventurous" people and loved cruising.
"If there was an adventure that offered itself, then they would be the ones to do it."
Declared missing by New Zealand Police, presumed dead
Whakatāne local and tour guide Hayden Marshall-Inman left $5 at the dairy every week to pay for the next person.
The Four Square at Ōhope Beach said the tour guide was close to their hearts because of this.
"This has been happening for years so will be many recipients of his kindness," they posted on Facebook.
Marshall-Inman loved taking tour groups to Whakaari and had been doing it for 15 years.
His brother said: "He died doing what he loved."
A friend posted on Facebook: "There was not a more genuine, kind, loving soul on this planet than Hayden.
"Completely devastating and my heart goes out to the Inman family."
While Jesse Langford has been accounted for and is in hospital, his sister Winona, 17, is still considered missing by New Zealand authorities.
Langford's entire family were all on White Island when the volcano erupted.
Pratap and Mayuri Singh
Atlanta couple Pratap and Mayuri Singh were injured during the volcanic eruption.
The Singhs, who are of Indian origin, are two of nine Americans believe to have been caught up in the disaster.
White Island tour guide Kelsey Waghorn was guiding a group during the volcanic eruption.
Hospitalised and in a critical condition, a Givealittle page has been created to support Waghorn while she recovers.
She has been described on the page as a courageous young woman, who always helps others first before herself.
Paul and Stephanie Browitt
Krystal Browitt's father Paul and her sister Stephanie have been hospitalised and are reportedly both in comas.
A Gofundme page has been created to support the family.
Close to $58,000 had been raised by 4pm on December 16.
Young White Island tour guide Jake Milbank suffered burns to 80 per cent of his body and is now in Middlemore Hospital's intensive care unit.
A family friend described him as passionate about nature and all living creatures, especially everything in the sea as he and his father spend a lot of time together out there.
"He is a very kind boy with a huge heart," she said.
Australian teenager Jesse Langford has reportedly been found alive after the worst was feared.
The 19-year-old's sister Winona, 17, remains unaccounted for.
His father Anthony and mother Kristine both died due to the volcanic eruption, police confirmed.
Adelaide mum and engineer Lisa Dallow, 48, suffered serious burns and was initially taken to Waikato Hospital.
Dallow's husband Gavin and daughter Zoe Hosking both died due to the volcanic eruption.
Lisa is now being treated in the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne.
Rick and Ivy Kohn Reed
American pair Rick and Ivy Kohn Reed reportedly both required surgery after suffering severe burns in the White Island eruption.
Both are expected to continue their recovery at an after-care burns unit in Auckland, according to a Gofundme page.
The page says both are stable and able to speak.
The page was established to offset costs "related to their unexpected and extensive medical stay and related expenses".
"The family extends their sincere appreciation for your concerns and prayers," the page reads.
Matthew and Lauren Urey
Matthew Urey's mother got a text message from her son. There'd been an eruption and they'd been really badly burned, it said.
He'd try to call but his hands were so badly burned, it was hard for him to use his phone.
He told his mother he and Lauren had been taken to hospital, but their family haven't heard anything since.
Lauren Urey's mother relayed the conversation to the Washington Post and said she was panicking.
The couple had been on their honeymoon.
A GoFundMe page has been set up for the couple by friends who say they "feel completely helpless in this situation".
"We want to do what we can in order to ease the burden of their recovery.
"Any money raised from this campaign will be given directly to Matt and Lauren in order to cover expenses resulting from this disaster for themselves and their family."
As at 4pm on December 16, more than $34,000 had been raised.
Marion and Nick London
Australian media reported Marion and Nick London, from Engadine in southern Sydney, were hospitalised following the eruption.
They suffered burns to 50 per cent of their bodies and internal chemical burns from breathing in toxic gases, Australia's Sydney Morning Herald reported.
They remain on life support and face an uncertain recovery timeline, son Matt told the newspaper.