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Water resources of the island of Kahoolawe, Hawaii

K. J. Takasaki

Water resources of the island of Kahoolawe, Hawaii

preliminary findings

by K. J. Takasaki

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Honolulu, Hawaii, Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water-supply -- Hawaii -- Kahoolawe,
  • Groundwater -- Hawaii -- Kahoolawe

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kiyoshi J. Takasaki ; prepared in cooperation with the Division of Water and Land Development, Department of Land and Natural Resources, State of Hawaii
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 89-4209
    ContributionsHawaii. Division of Water and Land Development, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13614068M

      Geology and ground-water resources of the islands of Lanai and Kahoolawe, Hawaii by Harold T. Stearns 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Geology and ground-water resources of the islands of Lanai and Kahoolawe, Hawaii; Geology and ground-water resources of the islands of Lanai and Kahoolawe, Hawaii. File Size Format ; Bulletin 6 - Lanai Kahoolawe Geology & : MB Adobe PDF View/Open: Item Summary. Stearns, Harold T. ioned Cited by:

    The island is now under the Hawaii state and is considered an island reserve. As such, Kaho’olawe is not open to the public, and the only way you can go there is for spiritual, subsistence, environmental, and educational purposes. Ni’ihau. Of Hawaii’s inhabited islands, Ni’ihau is the smallest at a total area of square miles. Table MAJOR STREAMS, BY ISLAND Island Feature or stream Length or average discharge Longest water feature (miles) Hawaii Wailuku River Maui Kalialinui-Waiale Gulch Kahoolawe Ahupu Gulch Lanai Maunalei-Waialala Gulch Molokai Wailau-Pulena Stream Oahu Kaukonahua Stream (So.

    The Southeast Hawaiian Islands include Oahu Island, Maui Island, Kauai Island, Hawaii Island, Molokai Island, Lanai Island, the unpopulated island of Kahoolawe and the private island of Niihau. Oahu Island The most visited island in Hawaii, and the island with the most hotels, is Oahu Island, the third largest island in the Hawaiian Archipelago. U.S. Geological Survey. Also called the Big Island, Hawaii is more than five times larger than the next-largest island, Maui. It is composed of five volcanoes, with Mauna Kea at 13, feet (4, meters), Mauna Loa at 13, feet (4, meters), and Hualalai at 8, feet (2, meters) the highest peaks. Kilauea, whose slopes merge with those of Mauna Loa on the north and west, is the world.


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(Kiyoshi J.) Takasaki, Geological Survey (U.S.) and Hawaii. Division of Water and Land Development. The island has no infrastructure or landing strip, and authorized visitors arrive via small boats guided by members of the PKO, which has been designated an official guardian of the island.

As such, Kaho’olawe has become a living symbol of the Hawaiian tradition of malama ‘aina — that is, responsible stewardship of the land that sustains. The island of Kahoolawe is the smallest Hawaiian island (from the eight main Hawaiian Islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, Big Island, Lanai and Niihau).

It is only 12 miles long, 45 square miles in size and completely deserted. Similar to Alcatraz Island near San Francisco, the island of Kahoolawe was once used for prisoners. HARHRS 6K Location Kaho’olawe Island Reserve includes the island of Kaho’olawe and surrounding waters seaward to a distance of two nautical miles.

DANGER: The Reserve is a former military range, and unexploded ordnance is present on the island and in surrounding waters. Permitted Cultural, spiritual, subsistence, preservation, restoration, educational, and fishing activities. Improving and establishing new inter-island transportation, along with energy, communication and water resources, sanitation, as well as a Kihei information center.

Developing an enforcement network spanning the community and government to protect Kaho'olawe and its waters from illegal, inappropriate and unsafe uses.

The island is semi-arid and well water is needed for stook: "The stook is now supplied entirely from storage of rain and flood waters. During droughts water is hauled by boat from the island of Maui.

All the wells dug so far yield water that is too brackish for stock except at the fairly inaccessible south side of Kanapou by: Kahoolawe (Kanaloa) Kahoolawe is the smallest of the eight major Hawaiian Islands, and lies six miles southwest of Maui.

At its farthest points Kahoolawe is 11 miles long and 7 miles wide, roug acres total (45 square miles). The highest point on the island, Moaulanui, is feet above sea level. These bulletin contain the first comprehensive and detailed studies of the geology and ground water resources of the (then) Territory of Hawaii.

The main author of this remarkable series was Harold T. Stearns, a geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey for more than 20 years. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stearns, Harold T.

(Harold Thornton), Geology and ground-water resources of the islands of Lanai and Kahoolawe, Hawaii. Water budget for the Kohala area, Hawaii - Ground-water availability from the Hawi aquifer in the Kohala area, Hawaii - Hydrogeology of Hawaii - Links to Projects, Publications and Information for Accounting Unit - Kahoolawe Near-surface resistivity variations on Kahoolawe Island, Hawaii - Water resources of the island of Kahoolawe.

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; 1 folded map in pocket (scale ,).Cited by: 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.