2 edition of Geology and ground-water resources of the Island of Molokai, Hawaii found in the catalog.
Geology and ground-water resources of the Island of Molokai, Hawaii
Harold T. Stearns
Written in English
|Statement||by Harold T. Stearns and Gordon A. MacDonald. Prepared in cooperation with the Geological Survey, United States Dept. of the Interior.|
|Contributions||Macdonald, Gordon Andrew, 1911- joint author., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||GB832.H4 A4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 113 p.|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||gs 48000010|
The water resources of Molokai, Hawaiian islands. Contributor Names Lindgren, Waldemar, Book/Printed Material Water resources of Hawaii ́11 First part of three volumes on water resources of Hawaii for , , and TCU2 no. With: The purification of public water supplies / by George A. Johnson. Why Molokai, With All Its Wonders, Is the Least Developed of Hawai‘i’s Islands Even centuries before Captain Cook’s arrival, its resources were exploited by outsiders.
The Hawai‘i State Water Well project digitized all of the water well files at the DLNR, Commission of Water Resource Management (CWRM). Though public information, the files existed previously in print/paper format, so prior access to the information required going in person to the CWRM office. The map below shows the location of each water well [ ]. Hawaii’s fifth largest island, Molokai is only 38 miles long and 10 miles across at its widest point and is home to the highest sea cliffs in the world and the longest continuous fringing reef. Molokai remains true to its island roots, with a high percentage of its population being of Native Hawaiian ancestry who continue to preserve their.
Nicknamed “The Friendly Isle” for its welcoming residents and open-armed invitation to visitors, Molokai is a rural land, nestled quietly among crystal waters and endless skies of blue. A far cry from the world of Oahu’s Waikiki, visitors here will find no traffic lights, zero shopping malls and no skyscrapers touching the clouds. What they. What Molokai does have are precious resources that are shared with the few lucky visitors and protected by residents who refuse to allow this beautiful island to go the way of the other tourist-driven islands. Molokai is a place where aloha is a lifestyle, not something put on for the tourists.
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The island of Molokai is the fifth largest of the Hawaiian Islands, with an area of square miles. It lies 25 miles southeast of Oahu, and miles northwest of Maui. It consists of two principal parts, each a major volcanic mountain. East Molokai rises to 4, feet altitude. It is built largely of basaltic lavas, with a thin cap of andesites and a little by: GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE ISLAND OF MOLOKAI, HAWAII [s, G.A.
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Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Islands of Lanai and Kahoolawe, Hawaii, with Chapters on The Petrography of Lanai Author: Gordon A MacDonald and Joel H Swartz. Stearns, Harold T. Geology and ground-water resources of the Island of Molokai, Hawaii: Authors: Stearns, Harold T.
MacDonald, Gordon A. Keywords: groundwater geology Molokai Hawaii: LC Subject Headings: Geology--Hawaii--Molokai Groundwater--Hawaii--Molokai Water-supply--Hawaii--Molokai Geology Groundwater show 1 more Water-supply show less: Date Issued: Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stearns, Harold T.
(Harold Thornton), Geology and ground-water resources of the Island of Molokai, Hawaii. Stearns, H.T., and Macdonald, G.A.,Geology and ground-water resources of the island of Molokai, Hawaii: Hawaii Geology and ground-water resources of the Island of Molokai Division of Hydrography Bulle p.; 2 folded maps in pocket (scale ,) [includes plates].
on Geology and ground-water resources of the Island of Molokai, HawaiiCited by: Kauai is one of the oldest, and is structurally the most complicated, of the Hawaiian Islands. Like the others, it consists principally of a huge shield volcano, built up from the sea floor by many thousands of thin flows of basaltic lava.
The volume of the Kauai shield was on the order of 1, cubic miles. Through much of its growth it must have resembled rather closely the presently active.
Groundwater Availability, Moloka‘i, Hawai‘i KulanaʻŌiwiHālau, Molokaʻi June 1, Background hydrology and geology of Molokaʻi 2. Background on how geology affects groundwater 3. Recent groundwater conditions Island-widerainfall, in million gallons per day s s s s s Bulletin Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Island of Molokai, Hawaii.
Hawaii (Territory): Division of Hydrography. ald, G.A. Petrography of Molokai. REGIONAL AQUIFER-SYSTEM ANALYSIS-OAHU, HAWAII GEOHYDROLOGY OF THE ISLAND OF OAHU, HAWAII By Charles D.
Hunt, Jr. ABSTRACT The island of Oahu, Hawaii, is the eroded remnant of two coalesced shield volcanoes, the Waianae Volcano and the Koolau Volcano. Shield-building lavas emanated mainly from the rift zones of the by: Hawai‘i Division of Hydrography Bulletins.
The Hawaii Division of Hydrography Bulletins contain the first comprehensive and detailed studies of the geology and water resources of the (then) Territory of Hawai‘i. The main author of this remarkable series was Harold T. Stearns, a geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey for more than 20 years.
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