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WRRCTR No.24 Coastal Evidences of Ground Water Conditions in the Vicinity of Anaehoomalu and Lalamilo, South Kohala, Hawaii

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Title WRRCTR No.24 Coastal Evidences of Ground Water Conditions in the Vicinity of Anaehoomalu and Lalamilo, South Kohala, Hawaii
Creator Cox, Doak C Peterson, Frank L Adams, William M Lao, Chester Campbell, John F Huber, Richie D
Subject Brackish waters. Groundwater -- Hawaii -- Hawaii Island. Groundwater flow -- Hawaii -- Hawaii Island. South Kohala District (Hawaii)
Description HIG Series, HIG-WRRC - 3 The rocks at the surface in Anaehoomalu and Lalamilo primarily are lavas from Mauna Loa which flowed through the saddle between Mauna Kea and Hualalai. These basalt lava flows, partly pahoehoe, but mainly aa, are generally quite permeable. No perched water or dike-impounded water is known in the area, certainly not close to the shore, and the fresh ground water is believed to occur in a thin layer at about sea level. Ground-water flux through the Anaehoomalu and Lalamilo districts is thought...
Date 1969-03
Type Report
Identifier Cox DC, Peterson FL, Adams WM, Lao C, Campbell JF, Huber RD. 1969. Coastal evidences of ground water conditions in the vicinity of Anaehoomalu and Lalamilo, South Kohala, Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC technical report, 24. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/8699
Language en-US
Relation WRRC Technical Report 24
Publisher Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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