New age found for Kaho`olawe's most recent eruptions

New age found for Kaho`olawe's most recent eruptions...

Detailed Description

Kahoolawe, a single shield volcano, consists of a nearly filled caldera and a rift zone that trends to the southwest. Kahoolawe is about 12 miles (20 km) across and the smallest of the major Hawaiian Islands. This photo is looking to the east. Photo by Jack Lockwood, U.S. Geological Survey, March 31, 1984.

Details

Image Dimensions: 432 x 279

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