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A Gravity Survey of the Island of Niihau, Hawaii
|Title:||A Gravity Survey of the Island of Niihau, Hawaii|
|Authors:||Krivoy, Harold L.|
|Issue Date:||Jul 1965|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Krivoy HL. 1965. A gravity survey of the island of Niihau, Hawaii. Pac Sci 19(3): 359-360.|
|Abstract:||Gravity data collected on Niihau support geologic evidence that the
island is an erosional remnant of a dead shield volcano whose center of volcanism
was just east of the present Niihau highlands. Bathymetric and gravity evidence
offer clues to a genetic link between Niihau and west Kauai; onshore gravity suggests
a continuous Bouguer high connecting the two regions. This link would be
in accord with ocean-bottom topography, which shows a prominent ridge rising
above sea level at Niihau and at Kaula Rock to the west.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 19, Number 3, 1965|
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