3 edition of Geologic map of the Island of Hawaii found in the catalog.
Geologic map of the Island of Hawaii
United States Geological Survey
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Written in English
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Get this from a library! Geologic and topographic map of the island of Hawaii: county of Hawaii, showing wells, springs, tunnels, shafts and structure sections. [Harold T Stearns; Gordon A Macdonald; Hawaii. Division of Hydrography.]. Geological origins A hotspot beneath the Pacific Plate created Hawaii's volcanic islands. As this hotspot has remained stationary over the last 40 million years, the plate above has drifted west-northwest at a rate of three and a half inches per year. Over time, the hotspot resulted in 82 volcanoes emerging to form the Hawaiian Ridge.
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The base for this map is the new topographic map of Oahu prepared by the Topographic Branch of the Geological Survey. This bulletin also contains a guide to the geology along the main highways, which can be used advantageously in connection with the geologic map.
The book contains six plates with diagrams showing the growth of : Harold T Stearns. Geologic map and guide of the island of Oahu, Hawaii (with a chapter on mineral resources) [H.T. Stearns] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geologic map and guide of the island of Oahu, Hawaii (with a chapter on mineral resources)Author: H.T.
Stearns. About this map. The State's geology is presented on eight full-color map sheets, one for each of the major islands. These map sheets, the illustrative meat of the publication, can be downloaded in pdf format, ready to print.
Map scale isfor most of the islands, so that each map is about 27 inches by 36 inches. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Geologic map and guide of the island of Oahu, Hawaii (with a chapter Stearns, Harold T. (Harold Thornton), View. Geologic map and guide of the island of Oahu, Hawaii, with a chapter on mineral resources, by Harold T.
Stearns Prepared in cooperation with the Geological Survey U.S. Department of the Interior. Stearns, H.T.,Geologic map and guide of the island of Oahu, Hawaii (with a chapter on mineral resources): Hawaii (Terr.) Division of Hydrography Bulletin 2, 75 p.; 1 folded map Cited by: 1.
Geologic map of the Island of Hawaii IMAP A By: E. Wolfe (compiler) and Jean Morris. This database of the geologic map contributes to understanding the geologic history of the Island of Hawai‘i and provides the basis for understanding long-term volcanic processes in an intra-plate ocean island volcanic system.
In addition the database also serves as a basis for producing volcanic hazards assessment for the island of Hawai‘i. Geologic. Geologic Map of the State of Hawaiʻi (USGS ) The State's geology is presented in 8 full-color map sheets, one for each island.
Geologic and Topographic Map of the Island of Hawaii,; Geologic and Topographic Map of the Island of Kauai,; Geologic and Topographic Map of the Island of Lanai,Author: Ted Kwok. This geologic map shows the distribution and stratigraphic relation of volcanic, intrusive, and sedimentary units emplaced in the past 8 million years across the eight principal islands of the Hawaiian archipelago, State of Hawaii, U.S.A.
This geologic map is available in several formats including: ESRI Service, WMS, geosciml-portrayal WFS, geodatabase (native mapinfo files), shapefiles, geodatabase. Since the s, the USGS and its partners, the State Geological Surveys, have been producing high quality, standardized geologic maps of the Nation.
Check out the National Geologic Map Database (NGMDB), which is the National archive of these maps and related geoscience reports. The geology road logs in this guide are illustrated with black and white maps and diagrams.
In addition, this book was written in simple terms for tourists. Oahu Geology has the same text as the Geological Guide to Oahu and THE Geology of Oahuguides, except this book has no photos and thus, it is less expensive.
Tucked in a grove of thorny mesquite trees, on an ancient coral reef on the south side of the Hawaiian island of Oahu, west of Pearl Harbor, a small unmanned observatory quietly records the Earth’s time-varying magnetic field.
The Honolulu Magnetic Observatory is 1 of 14 that the U.S. Geological Survey Geomagnetism Program operates at. 1 map on 3 sheets ; x cm., sheets x 81 cm.
or smaller, folded in envelope 30 x 24 cm. + 1 pamphlet (51 p.: map ; 28 cm.) Notes. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. "Geology mapped in " "Edited by Jan L. Zigler and Taryn Lindquist." Includes index map on each sheet.
Pamphlet is chiefly chemical analyses table. Hawaii County Map: This map shows Hawaii's 5 counties. Also available is a detailed Hawaii County Map with county seat cities.
Counties of Hawaii: Hawaii County includes the Island of Hawaii, also called the "Big Island." Maui County includes the islands of Maui, Molokai (except the Kalaupapa Peninsula), Lanai, Kahoolawe, and Molokini. Kalawao County is located on the Kalaupapa Peninsula.
The State's geology is presented on eight full-color map sheets, one for each of the major islands. These map sheets, the illustrative meat of the publication, can be downloaded in pdf format, ready to print. Map scale isfor most of the islands, so that each map is about 27 inches by 36 by: This record is maintained in the National Geologic Map Database (NGMDB).
The NGMDB is a Congressionally mandated national archive of geoscience maps, reports, and stratigraphic information, developed according to standards defined by the cooperators, i.e., the USGS and the Association of American State Geologists (AASG).Publish Year: The latest edition of our book dealing with Kauai’s geology is now in print and available for purchase online.
As with previous versions, the new offering’s target is broad, ranging from visitors with an interest in the island’s natural history to upper level high school and college level students.
The big island of Hawaii is the largest of the current Hawaiian Islands and is made of five volcanoes (Kohala, Mauna Kea, Hualalai, Mauna Loa and Kilauea).
Kohala last erup years ago and Mauna Kea last erupted 3, years ago. These two volcanoes are considered dormant. Hualalai's last eruption was in This digital publication contains all the geologic map information used to publish U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File Report (Sherrod and others, ). This geologic map shows the distribution and stratigraphic relation of volcanic, intrusive, and sedimentary units emplaced in the past 8 million years across the eight principal islands of the Hawaiian archipelago, State of Hawaii, U.S.A.
Geological Guide to the Island of Hawaii does not contain the exemplary photos found in the other two versions of this book. The book Island of Hawaii Geological Guide has black and white maps and photos. The book Illustrated Geological Guide to the Island of Hawaii has color maps and photos.
The text for all three of the books is the same.Hawaii, the focus of our Geology IDEAS field trip offering, is the youngest island in the archipelago and is a volcanologists hot dream as modern volcanism and the products of recent volcanic activity are wonderfully preserved there for all to walk over, see, and Size: 8MB.The second section of the book deals specifically with Kauai’s geologic history, its below sea level physiography, and the combined aspects of the Earth’s atmospheric circulation and Kauai’s morphology that generate the trade winds and produce extreme amounts of rainfall near the center of the island.