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Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program, phase II-D task 2 : visual and photographic survey of a preferred Hawaii Deep Water Cable route
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|Title:||Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program, phase II-D task 2 : visual and photographic survey of a preferred Hawaii Deep Water Cable route|
Zalger, Kimo K.
Jones, Anthony T.
Chave, Edith H.
|Keywords:||Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program|
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|LC Subject Headings:||Cables, Submarine--Hawaii|
Electric power transmission--Hawaii
Underground electric lines--Hawaii
|Date Issued:||Aug 1988|
|Publisher:||Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory|
|Citation:||Malahoff A, Zalger KK, Jones AT, Chave EH. 1988. Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program, phase II-D task 2: Visual and photographic survey of a preferred Hawaii Deep Water Cable route. (HI): Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory.|
|Series:||Hawaii Deep Water Cable Program Phase II|
|Abstract:||Submersible studies of the preferred cable route were conducted in order to define the safest cable path for the deep water power cable. Specific study objectives were as follows:|
(1) Investigate potential problem areas for the cable route due to geological roughness identified in previous geophysical bottom roughness surveys; (2) Determine width characterized by a smooth ocean floor and check for obstacles in the narrow gap regions on the Maui Slope; (3) Provide data packages consisting of the video, still photographic and environmental data taken from the submersible for each dive; (4) Compile a biota summary (survey of living animals) as a precursor for a formal environmental impact study; and (5) Prepare a final report summarizing the data obtained in the form of geologic maps of the areas of interest, and an interpretation of the detrital dynamics of the ocean floor.
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