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The water resources of Molokai, Hawaiian islands

Waldemar Lindgren

The water resources of Molokai, Hawaiian islands

by Waldemar Lindgren

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Published by Washington, Govt. Print. Off. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water-supply

  • Edition Notes

    TC801.U2 no. 77 with : Observations on the flow of rivers in the vicinity of New York City. Washington : Govt. Print. Off., 1903. Bound together subsequent to publication.

    SeriesGeological Survey (U.S.) Water-supply and irrigation paper -- 77, Water-supply paper (Washington, D.C.) -- 77.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC801 .U2 no. 77
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62 p. :
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24825170M
    LC Control Number05000046
    OCLC/WorldCa271158

    The Coral Reef of South Moloka‘i, Hawai‘i—Portrait of a Sediment-Threatened Fringing Reef Edited by Michael E. Field, Susan A. Cochran, Joshua B. Logan, and Curt D. Storlazzi Foreword. Moloka‘i, with the most extensive coral reef in the main Hawaiian Islands, is especially sacred to Hina, the Goddess of the Moon. Please be aware that this discussion guide may contain spoilers! About This Book Moloka'i is the story of Rachel Kalama, a young native Hawaiian girl growing up in Honolulu at the end of the19th century, who at age seven is diagnosed with Hansen's disease, taken from her family, and exiled to the leprosy settlement on a remote peninsula on the island of Moloka'i.

    Lanai. For the most authentic Hawaii experience, visit the island of island of Lanai is the least populated and is one of the least commercialized. With crystal clear waters and terrain suitable for off-roading jeep adventures, ATV and horseback riding there is still enough adventure in the island to keep you busy, while staying at the two most luxurious hotels on the islands. Attribution: Pacific Islands Water Science Center, Water Resources, Northwest - Pacific Islands, Hawaii, United States of America View Citation Rosa, S.N., , Measuring surface-water loss in Honouliuli Stream near the ‘Ewa Shaft, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report –, 14 p.,

    LOCAL WATER – a source of life. Local Watershed Resources. Mauka-to-Makai Watershed Field Trips. Mountain to Sea – learning the connections human choices, and the resources we impact. Water is a BIG issue on the volcanic island of Hawaii. The state of our soils significantly impacts our access to water, as do our weather patterns and. Molokai, volcanic island, Maui county, Hawaii, U.S. It lies east of Oahu across the Kaiwi Channel and northwest of Maui across the Pailolo Channel. Molokai occupies square miles ( square km) and is about 38 miles (61 km) long and 10 .


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The Water Resources of Molokai, Hawaiian IslandsAuthor: Waldemar Lindgren. THE WATER RESOURCES OF MOLOKAI, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. By WALDEMAR LINDGREN. Molokai is the fifth in size of the Hawaiian Islands, and is situated between Oahu and Maui. Oahu is 23 miles distant, and from higher points Diamond The water resources of Molokai is in plain sight on clear days.

From Maui it is divided by a sound only 8 miles wide. Not much farther to theCited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lindgren, Waldemar, Water resources of Molokai, Hawaiian islands.

Washington: Govt. Print. Genre/Form: Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Lindgren, Waldemar The water resources of Molokai, Hawaiian islands (OCoLC)   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.

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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:   “Actually, the best thing you can write about Molokai is to tell people not to come here,” she said.

I was alarmed – I was on Molokai, one of the 6 islands (that are visit-able) that make up Hawaii, in order to experience and write about it as a holiday destination and I was being told that people shouldn’t come was some Freaky Friday kind of stuff.

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.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Molokai--one of the beautiful Hawaiian islands, but in the late nineteenth century, a name synonymous with a desolate leper colony.

Kalaupapa, accessible only from the sea, was "The Given Grave," where victims of the dreaded disease were sent to die, exiled in a desperate attempt to halt the spread of this horror newly come to the islands/5. What’s More • Located nearly at the center of the chain of eight main Hawaiian Islands, Molokai is about two million years old.

• The average temperature on the island is 75 degrees Fahrenheit. • Each May, “Molokai Ka Hula Piko” — a hula festival celebrating the island’s distinctive title as the birthplace of hula — is held in Papohaku Beach Park.

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. About the Book. Braided Waters sheds new light on the relationship between environment and society by charting the history of Hawaii’s Molokai island over a thousand-year period of repeated the arrival of the first Polynesians to contact with eighteenth-century European explorers and traders to our present era, this study shows how the control of.

The water resources of Molokai, Hawaiian islands. TCU2 no. 77 with: Observations on the flow of rivers in the vicinity of New York City. Washington: Govt. Print.

Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Island of Molokai, Hawaii. Bulletin [Honolulu]: U. Geological Survey, This study of Molokai’s geology, ground-water resources, and petrography includes maps, photographs, charts, and tables.

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The water resources of Molokai, Hawaiian islands. (Washington: Govt. Print. Off., ), by Waldemar Lindgren (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Filed under: Hawaii.

A Hand-Book on the Annexation of Hawaii (St. Joseph, MI: A. Morse Co., ), by Lorrin A. Thurston (page images at HathiTrust). The state of Hawaii is composed mainly of eight principal islands. In order of size (largest to smallest), they are Hawaii, Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, Niihau, and Kahoolawe.

Most of the other islands in the Hawaiian chain are uninhabited. Several of the islets and reefs are part of the Hawaiian Islands National Wildlife Refuge.Molokaʻi (Hawaiian: [ˈmoloˈkɐʔi]), anglicized as Molokai (/ ˌ m oʊ l oʊ ˈ k aɪ /), is known under several names by the local indigenous population: Molokaʻi ʻĀina Momona (meaning land of abundance, Molokaʻi Pule Oʻo (meaning powerful prayer), and Molokaʻi Nui A Hina (meaning of the goddess Hina).Molokaʻi is the fifth most populated of the eight major islands that make up Area rank: 5th largest Hawaiian Island.

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