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The Hawaiian-Emperor Chain
|Title:||The Hawaiian-Emperor Chain|
|Publisher:||The Geological Society of America|
|Citation:||The Geological Society of America. 1989. The Hawaiian-Emperor Chain. The Geological Society of America.|
|Abstract:||Intraplate volcanism within the Pacific Plate not generated at spreading plate margins is most obvious in Hawaii and the Hawaiian-Emperor volcanic chain. This chain forms a global relief feature of the first order. This chapter consists of five separate sections that summarize the volcanism and geology of Hawaii and the Hawaiian-Emperor chain.|
|Appears in Collections:||The Geothermal Collection|
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