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Comparing Hawaii And Wyoming
Family Vacationing Hawaii and Wyoming are two states often visited because of the variety of
activities they offer. Even though both states appear different, they actually do have similarities.
Hawaii is a tropical island with a moderately warm climate year round. Because of its climate,
visitors generally enjoy outside activities. Wyoming is a landlocked state that usually has cooler
climate. However, in the summer, it can rival Hawaii for heat. In Wyoming people spend a great
deal of time driving around, taking pictures and exploring new "bucket list" places. Also, activities
such as hiking, wagon riding, and cookouts allow people to be outside during their visit. [Thesis]:
Although both Hawaii and Wyoming have similarities such as amazing ... Show more content on
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They each have waterfalls that were once dried up from hot climate. Both states have volcanoes and
are made from a volcanic eruption. The Big Island of Hawaii is basically a rock formed by lava.
Yellowstone in Wyoming is a large, rocky grassland formed by an eruption. Surprisingly, Hawaii has
mountains just like Wyoming. The Grand Teton mountains are stunning to look at and have snow on
top of each peak. Hawaii has one main mountain called Mauna Kea which has snow on top of it
even in warm climate. The activities and food are the same in Hawaii and Wyoming. In Hawaii, my
family went to a luau which was like a cookout. Here, they served roasted pig in the ground, sides,
and fruit. The food is not much different than in Alabama. However, some restaurants did serve
bison burgers and different fish than I am used to. In Wyoming, we went to two different cookouts.
The first one was on Snake River and they served steak, potatoes, corn, and rolls. The second
cookout on a wagon ride had the same food as the first one, which is similar to food in Alabama.
Some restaurants served lamb, bison, and tenderloin that my family is not used to. The
transportation in Hawaii and Wyoming is the same. My parents and I had to fly from Atlanta to both
states because it is such a great distance. We had to rent a car on both trips. To get around the Big
Island of Hawaii or to see hidden places, driving a long distance was required. Wyoming took at
least thirty minutes to get from one place to
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Comparing Hawaii And Wyoming
Compare And Contrast Yellowtone And Yellowstone
Hawaii and Yellowstone are two of the most visited places each year because of their beautiful
surroundings. What most people don't know about these places is that under the earth's crust molten
lava is ripping each apart piece by piece. While Yellowstone is known as a super volcano, the big
island of Hawaii is made up of five different volcanoes. They could both erupt at any minute. Those
aren't the only similarities and differences of Yellowstone and Hawaii though. In the future,
scientists predict that Yellowstone will erupt very violently, leaving the United States covered in
inches of ash. While scientists think this will not happen for another 1 to 2 million years it could
happen at any minute (Cimons). While, Hawaii's future is already beginning to unravel with a new
island forming called Loihi. This new island is forming to the south of the island of Hawaii 3,000
feet below the surface of the Pacific Ocean. There is a large and fierce ... Show more content on
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Some popular places to visit at Yellowstone are Old Faithful, Lower Falls, and Yellowstone Lake. If
that does not satisfy you, you can also go hiking, backpacking, fishing, boating, horseback tours,
and go on picnics. There are also some amazing things to do and places to visit in Hawaii. Two of
the many things you can do at Hawaii are hiking and scuba diving. Also, two of the many places to
visit at Hawaii are the beaches and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Yamamoto). There is an
assortment of geologic activity at Yellowstone and Hawaii. At Yellowstone there are 1,000–3,000
earthquakes per year at Yellowstone. There are also over 10,000 thermal features found in
Yellowstone (Volcano Questions & Answers). In Hawaii Mauna Loa and Kilauea are regarded as
active volcanoes. Mauna Loa last erupted in 1984 and scientist predict this volcano will erupt again
in the future. Kilauea is the world most active volcano and has been continuously erupting since
1983
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Comparing Hawaii And Wyoming
Essay On Hawaii Volcanoes
Hawaii: Geology's Volcanic Wonder of the World It is well know that Hawaii is very volcanically
active and is home to the world's most active volcanoes. Hawaii is unique because the islands are
caused by a 'hot spot' in the middle of the Pacific Plate, one of the largest crustal plates on earth.
There are only a few 'hot spots' on earth and they occur in an area where the plate is thin and weak
creating volcanism, where molten magma ruptures the earth's crust. For Hawaii, the 'hot spot' is
under the sea floor, it creates under sea volcanoes. Over millions of years these volcanoes build up
to sea level and become islands. As for Hawaii, the Pacific Plate has moved northwest across this
'hot spot' creating what we know today as the Hawaiian Islands in the South Pacific Ocean. In all, ...
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Erupting steadily since March 2008, the summit crater, Halemaumau continues to send plumes of
sulfur dioxide and steam clouds. In the east rift zone of Kilauea is Pu'u O'o, a volcanic vent that is
considered active. You can safely access this area by helicopter because it is too far from roads to
drive however if you don't mind the mile walk, you can hike in on a marked pathway to view the
lava flows. The world's largest active shield volcano, Mauna Loa, is also located on the Island of
Hawaii. Mauna Loa's last eruption was March 24 through April 15, 1984, and has been heavily
monitored since 1912 because of its immediate threat to population centers. Hawaii Volcanoes
National Park encompasses the summit of Mauna Loa and the southeast flank of the volcano and
further south to include Kilauea volcano.
Hawaii's volcanoes are shield volcanoes and considered to have effusive eruptions, a type of
eruption where lava steadily flows from the volcano onto the earth's surface and the viscosity of the
lava, amount and time of the eruption and the grade of the immediate area usually dictates the shape
of the lava
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Comparing Hawaii And Wyoming

  • 1. Comparing Hawaii And Wyoming Family Vacationing Hawaii and Wyoming are two states often visited because of the variety of activities they offer. Even though both states appear different, they actually do have similarities. Hawaii is a tropical island with a moderately warm climate year round. Because of its climate, visitors generally enjoy outside activities. Wyoming is a landlocked state that usually has cooler climate. However, in the summer, it can rival Hawaii for heat. In Wyoming people spend a great deal of time driving around, taking pictures and exploring new "bucket list" places. Also, activities such as hiking, wagon riding, and cookouts allow people to be outside during their visit. [Thesis]: Although both Hawaii and Wyoming have similarities such as amazing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They each have waterfalls that were once dried up from hot climate. Both states have volcanoes and are made from a volcanic eruption. The Big Island of Hawaii is basically a rock formed by lava. Yellowstone in Wyoming is a large, rocky grassland formed by an eruption. Surprisingly, Hawaii has mountains just like Wyoming. The Grand Teton mountains are stunning to look at and have snow on top of each peak. Hawaii has one main mountain called Mauna Kea which has snow on top of it even in warm climate. The activities and food are the same in Hawaii and Wyoming. In Hawaii, my family went to a luau which was like a cookout. Here, they served roasted pig in the ground, sides, and fruit. The food is not much different than in Alabama. However, some restaurants did serve bison burgers and different fish than I am used to. In Wyoming, we went to two different cookouts. The first one was on Snake River and they served steak, potatoes, corn, and rolls. The second cookout on a wagon ride had the same food as the first one, which is similar to food in Alabama. Some restaurants served lamb, bison, and tenderloin that my family is not used to. The transportation in Hawaii and Wyoming is the same. My parents and I had to fly from Atlanta to both states because it is such a great distance. We had to rent a car on both trips. To get around the Big Island of Hawaii or to see hidden places, driving a long distance was required. Wyoming took at least thirty minutes to get from one place to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Compare And Contrast Yellowtone And Yellowstone Hawaii and Yellowstone are two of the most visited places each year because of their beautiful surroundings. What most people don't know about these places is that under the earth's crust molten lava is ripping each apart piece by piece. While Yellowstone is known as a super volcano, the big island of Hawaii is made up of five different volcanoes. They could both erupt at any minute. Those aren't the only similarities and differences of Yellowstone and Hawaii though. In the future, scientists predict that Yellowstone will erupt very violently, leaving the United States covered in inches of ash. While scientists think this will not happen for another 1 to 2 million years it could happen at any minute (Cimons). While, Hawaii's future is already beginning to unravel with a new island forming called Loihi. This new island is forming to the south of the island of Hawaii 3,000 feet below the surface of the Pacific Ocean. There is a large and fierce ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some popular places to visit at Yellowstone are Old Faithful, Lower Falls, and Yellowstone Lake. If that does not satisfy you, you can also go hiking, backpacking, fishing, boating, horseback tours, and go on picnics. There are also some amazing things to do and places to visit in Hawaii. Two of the many things you can do at Hawaii are hiking and scuba diving. Also, two of the many places to visit at Hawaii are the beaches and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Yamamoto). There is an assortment of geologic activity at Yellowstone and Hawaii. At Yellowstone there are 1,000–3,000 earthquakes per year at Yellowstone. There are also over 10,000 thermal features found in Yellowstone (Volcano Questions & Answers). In Hawaii Mauna Loa and Kilauea are regarded as active volcanoes. Mauna Loa last erupted in 1984 and scientist predict this volcano will erupt again in the future. Kilauea is the world most active volcano and has been continuously erupting since 1983 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Essay On Hawaii Volcanoes Hawaii: Geology's Volcanic Wonder of the World It is well know that Hawaii is very volcanically active and is home to the world's most active volcanoes. Hawaii is unique because the islands are caused by a 'hot spot' in the middle of the Pacific Plate, one of the largest crustal plates on earth. There are only a few 'hot spots' on earth and they occur in an area where the plate is thin and weak creating volcanism, where molten magma ruptures the earth's crust. For Hawaii, the 'hot spot' is under the sea floor, it creates under sea volcanoes. Over millions of years these volcanoes build up to sea level and become islands. As for Hawaii, the Pacific Plate has moved northwest across this 'hot spot' creating what we know today as the Hawaiian Islands in the South Pacific Ocean. In all, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Erupting steadily since March 2008, the summit crater, Halemaumau continues to send plumes of sulfur dioxide and steam clouds. In the east rift zone of Kilauea is Pu'u O'o, a volcanic vent that is considered active. You can safely access this area by helicopter because it is too far from roads to drive however if you don't mind the mile walk, you can hike in on a marked pathway to view the lava flows. The world's largest active shield volcano, Mauna Loa, is also located on the Island of Hawaii. Mauna Loa's last eruption was March 24 through April 15, 1984, and has been heavily monitored since 1912 because of its immediate threat to population centers. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park encompasses the summit of Mauna Loa and the southeast flank of the volcano and further south to include Kilauea volcano. Hawaii's volcanoes are shield volcanoes and considered to have effusive eruptions, a type of eruption where lava steadily flows from the volcano onto the earth's surface and the viscosity of the lava, amount and time of the eruption and the grade of the immediate area usually dictates the shape of the lava ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Kilauea Volcanoe Essay examples Kilauea Volcano By: Jeremy Dodson Located in the Pacific Ocean, Hawaii and the Hawaiian Islands are the cone–shaped tops of gigantic ocean volcanoes. Located in the southeast region of the Island of Hawaii, Kilauea sits on the flank (or the side) of the active Mauna Loa volcano, and is one of five shield volcanoes that together form the Island of Hawaii. Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes on Earth, and it is the youngest. Kilauea stands just under 4,200 feet tall above sea level at its highest point. The staff of the U.S. Geological Survey at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory currently lists Kilauea's Volcano Alert Level as WATCH and its Aviation Color Code as ORANGE. Kilauea is studied and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This smog affects many areas of the Hawaiian Islands, including Oahu and Honolulu whenever winds come out of the south or southeast. The estimated age of the earliest above ground (subaerial) eruptions of Kilauea is between 50,000– 100,000 years. The last eruption began on January 3, 1983 to the present. During this time, the lava flows have unfortunately caused destruction of nearly 200 houses, resurfaced over 13km of highway with lava, destroyed the National Park visitor center, and a 700 year–old Hawaiian Temple. It has also added new coastline to the island. There are no signs that the current eruption is slowing or will end anytime soon. Kilauea has little vegetation. Kilauea has the volcano status of Historical. Kilauea has had 61 historical eruptions, not counting the continuous lava–lake activity in the crater. The oldest dated rocks from Kilauea are 23,000 years old. The Island of Hawaii sits on (almost in the middle of) the Pacific Plate. The Pacific Plate is a giant jigsaw piece of the Earth's crust that is slowly moving in a northwesterly direction. It moves about
  • 8. four inches a year. There is a basically stationary hot spot deep within the Earth's mantle. Heat from this hot spot makes molten lava and rock (magma) that rises through the Pacific Plate and erupts continuously on the ocean floor. After thousands of eruptions and over many many years, an island forms a rocky ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Synthesis Essay: How Volcanoes Affect The Environment Did you know that volcanoes don't just destroy things but they can also help improve them? Volcanoes have a very strong impact on environments and people. They help environments by adding nutrients and making the soil very rich. Volcanoes affect people by helping their crops grow and farms succeed. To begin, Volcanoes affect the environment in many ways. One way they affect the environment is, when the volcano erupts it produces rock and ash which later on make the surrounding soil very rich. According to the author of "Volcanic Soils" it states "Volcanic eruption produce deposits of rock and ash in the surrounding area. These deposits are rich in minerals..." These minerals take a while to weather and deposit but after it does that it will create a very rich soil. According to the article "Volcanic soils" it says that "...it can take thousands of years of weathering for the ash and rock deposits to form a rich soil." Another way the volcanoes affect the environment is by adding much nutrients to the soil. According to the text "Volcanic soils" the author writes that "Once volcanic deposits have been broken down, they enrich the soil by ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Volcanoes affect humans by helping their farms succeed. Volcanoes can do this by making the soil much better and by adding or improving moisture retention. According to source 2 it states "By improving moisture retention, they make soil easier to till for farming." Volcanoes can also affect humans by affecting where they live. Italy is known for poor soil but in a part of Italy called Naples there are volcanoes which makes the soil a lot better. According to "volcanic soils" the writer says " The soil in southern Italy is generally quite poor except for the area around Naples. This region includes Mount Vesuvius, which experienced two major eruptions more than 10,000 years ago." This means that a volcano that erupted 10,000 years ago still has an effect on soil ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Volcanoes : Volcanoes Of Hawaii Volcanoes of Hawaii With a population of 142 million people Hawaii is the home to the largest volcanic islands. Hawaii is a state with eight main islands, which are Hawai'i, Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, Niihau, and Kahoolawe (Macdonald 3). On those islands, Hawaii consists of five major volcanoes: Kilauea, Mauna Loa, Hualalai, Kohala, and Mauna Kea (Macdonald 59). Figure 3.2 shows a map of the 5 major volcanoes that make up the Hawaii Island (Macdonald 59). There is one more major volcano, Loihi, which is considered a submarine volcano (Macdonald 4). However, before learning about the Hawaii volcanoes we have to know how Hawaii itself was formed. Hawaii was formed with the volcano of Kilauea, which lead more volcanoes to erupt. It has been theorized that Hawaii is sitting on a hot spot under the Pacific plate, which has come to be known as the hot plate theory (Macdonald 1). In Stanley's text Earth System History, a hot spot is defined as a small geographical area where the crust is elevated by the rising magma that can cause a volcano to erupt (192). These hotspots pushed the molten lava to the surface, which caused the sea volcanoes to form. The volcanoes overtime rose to the surface of earth and formed the Hawaiian Islands. Then the Pacific plate rotated northwest, which made room for more hotspots to occur, therefore, making the eight total islands in Hawaii ("How Did Hawaii Came to Be", par. 2). However, nobody is absolutely certain what exactly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. National Park Persuasive Speech Tying the knot at national parks Planning a fall wedding? Think grand. Grand Canyon or Grand Teton National Park, maybe. Outdoor–loving couples –– and duos seeking a dramatic backdrop without a daunting florist bill –– are turning to national parks for ceremonies. "I do" locales range from Hawaii Volcanoes on the Big Island to Independence Park in downtown Philadelphia, says Carol Anthony, a spokeswoman for the National Park Service. Some parks issue fact sheets on locations, regulations and permit procedures. "There's a wedding almost every day at Shoshone Point," and there were 66 weddings elsewhere in the Grand Canyon so far this year, says Nan Stricklin, who issues the permits. "We get people from London to New Zealand. I just had a call from a wedding consultant in Australia who ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Karen Brody, the minister/wedding planner of Teton Mountain Weddings, Jackson Hole, Wyo., says couples wed on river rafts, backpack trips, horseback rides, sleigh rides and float trips. "I did two weddings on dog sleds last winter. I just don't jump out of airplanes or do technical climbs up rock faces," says Brody, who has tied the knot for 80 couples in Grand Teton and Yellowstone this year. Many parks, like Grand Teton, issue permits free. Others charge nominal fees such as $ 25 at Yellowstone, $ 25–$ 80 at Grand Canyon, or $ 68–$ 192 at Shenandoah National Park. Yosemite, which charges $ 100, has issued 75 permits so far in '96, many for Bridal Veil Falls or Cathedral Beach. "People seem to feel that the structure of a church isn't what they are after. They want God's natural cathedral," says Jeannie McCamish, a minister and wilderness–wedding consultant for Sierra Weddings in Mammoth Lakes, Calif. Restrictions apply Getting married outdoors in a national park is no quick picnic. Beyond the basics –– a local marriage license, a permit from the park, a licensed person to officiate –– there are some less obvious requirements. A sampling from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Hawaii Research Paper Hawaii(Tourism) Hawaii, other than its volcanoes and amazing beaches, is probably best known for its tourism. Hawaii attracts people from all over the world to come and visit. It has many different types of attractions but a lot of its charm lies in its natural life. Hawaii has lots of natural beauty. So being in the middle of the Pacific it also has lots of Sea life. If you're interested in aquatic beings then the Sea Life Park is the place for you! Sea life park is located in Oahu island. It has lots of marine life from dolphins to sea lions. You can also do fun stuff like shark tank scuba where you can scuba dive into tank with up to four different species of sharks. Or you can do the the dolphin encounter where you get to join the dolphins waist deep in their pool. Maybe you've always wanted to touch rays. Well you can do it in the Hawaiian reef encounter where you can swim in a touch ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of the most popular one is Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor shows what's left after the massive attack in the start of world war 11. One highlights are the USS Arizona memorial. The 608 ft. ship was badly hit in the bombing and rests 40 ft. under water. Another historical attraction is iolani palace. Iolani palace was built because of king Kamehameha V. It was home to the royalty of Hawaii. Know it can be viewed through its tours. Wanna take a break and go to a nice and peaceful museum? Well, Hawaii has those to. You can visit one of Hawaii's many art museums. Two are the Honolulu, and Hawaii museum of art. Both have paintings, prints, sculptures, and much more! You can see old and recent art. Not in the mood for art? Well, then you can visit Bishop museum. In Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum you can learn about history and science. It has exhibits about Nasa and exhibits about Hawaii's Culture and history. These attractions are definitely interesting, and enjoyable but not exactly the most popular things in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. How Volcanoes Negatively Affect The Environment Volcanoes have been around for thousands of years. According to source one, line numbers two– three, it states that "At least 20 volcanoes would be erupting as you read these words." There are many different kinds of volcanoes, some examples are single cones, maars, and shield volcanoes. Some places heavily populated by volcanoes would be Mexico's Michoacán–Guanajuato field and the volcanoes in Holocene and Hawaii. These places are proof that volcanoes do affect the environment . Some ways are by fertilizing the soil, and creating jaw dropping scenery. Volcanoes don't always negatively affect the environment. An example would be the island of Hawaii. There's a national park in Hawaii called Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which is home to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. How Do Volcanoes Affect People As you read these words, twenty volcanoes are erupting. Twenty of these petite, or mammoth like beast that unearth magma are going off as you read these words! "How are these erupting volcanoes affecting the people and environment around it?" Well to begin, volcanoes have provided us with rich soils that allow the people of the area to grow crops, also allowing other plants to naturally grow nice and vigorous. Another stirring question is "How do volcanoes affect people?" Going into more detail, volcanoes have provided us with rich soil! When a volcano erupts, in the process it gargles out rock and ash. This rock and ash the volcano spits out is filled with rich minerals, but right away these minerals are not useful for plants. Depending on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Essay about Hawaiian Volcanoes I. Summary This paper will provide information on the volcanoes of Hawaii, where it is known to be the home of one of the world's largest volcanic islands, merely second to Iceland. It is not just the beautiful landscapes and wildlife that spark the interest to this particular area, but the uniqueness of the Hawaiian volcanoes and islands themselves are what make the area so significant. There will be information spanning from the history of the origin of the islands to how Hawaii must adjust to the volcanic hazards in order to keep the area livable. With these ideas in mind, I will first address background information on the area and set the scene as to what makes this area so special. Then I will transition to the history of how the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Essentially, the key fact that makes the islands of Hawaii so unique and worthy of studying is that nearly the entire mountain range is built entirely by volcanic activity and each island is the top of an enormous volcanic mountain. These exceptional qualities fuel the study of how the islands themselves were created, in order to answer the curiosities behind the composition of some of the most extravagant volcanoes in the world. III. History of the Hawaiian Islands The basic theory of plate tectonics says that all volcanic activity should occur between lithosphere plates (Physical Geology). However, the Hawaiian Islands bend this rule by being located directly in the middle of the Pacific plate. The Hawaiian volcanoes are known as intraplate volcanoes. This may not seem possible because it disrupts the rule of plate tectonics, but there's the exception of a hot spot. T. Wilson suggested that the Pacific plate moved in the northwestward direction over a melting spot deep within the mantle, and this hot spot remained relatively stationary and supplied magma to the moving Pacific plate to form the Hawaiian Island chain (Volcanoes in the Sea). In order to prove this suggestion, the structure of the Hawaiian Islands must be in line with a hot spot origin. This will be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Hawaii Is No Other Than Hawaii Tristan Nguyen Fang Zhou Survey to U.S History September 10, 2015 Hawaii The last state to join the United States is no other than Hawaii. Hawaii is the widest state in the United States and it stand alone in the Oceania. Hawaii is 10,932 square miles and it the 8th smallest state in the United States. It located 2,390 miles from California, 3,850 miles from Japan, 4,900 miles from China, and 5,280 miles from the Philippines. The state of Hawaii consists of eight main islands: Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe and Big Island of Hawaii. These islands have the biggest mountain range of the world. The Hawaiian islands cover 6,459 square miles and the land area is 6,423 square miles. The highest poin in Hawaii is Mauna Kea which is 13,796 feet into the sky. The lowest poin in Hawaii is at Pacific Ocean edge. Mauna Loa is the largest volcanic mountain in the world measures 13,679 ft in volume. The Mean Elevation is 3,03 feet above sea level. The highest temperature is 100 degree Fahrenheit which recored on April 27, 1931 at Pahala. The lowest temperature in Hawaii is 12 degree Fahrenheit recored on May 17, 1979. The flag of Hawaii was issued by King Kamehameha I in 1816. The eight stripes of white, red and blue represent the eight main islands of Hawaii. There is also a Union Jack in the upper left corner of the flag, which honoring the long relationship with the British. The state bird is Nene the Hawaiian Goose. The state mammal is the Monk Seal. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Volcano Attraction In Mauna Loa, Hawaii Island People can benefit greatly from volcanic eruptions in many ways. To illustrate, volcanoes have a variety of beneficial properties for soil. In most of lower Italy, the soil is rather meager, but in Naples, Italy, "[the] region includes Mount Vesuvius, which has experienced two major eruptions more than 10,000 years ago... [and t]he soil is so rich that farmers often plant different crops intermingled with each other to maximize the use of every square inch available" (McDonaugh 60, 61). Therefore, an abundance of crops can be grown easily and readily, and the demand for food would be met much more easily. Volcanoes can also draw in people, revealing a remarkable beauty in spite of its fiery temper. A tourist attraction in Mauna Loa, Hawaii Island ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Who Is Haleakala National Park? Haleakala– National Park I am going to tell you a little Haleakala National Park. Did you know that it was established on July 1, 1961 in Maui, Hawaii. I am going to tell you what the National park was used for, back in WW2 it was used as a Military base from 1941–1948. Did you know that it's the only National Park that cares for some endangered animals that exist nowhere else? Haleakala's history and stories are interesting. First, the history – it has a few different sections. The first one is the Summit District. In the Summit District they say "Many legends associated with Haleakala center around the demi–god Maui". " Maui pulled up the island we call Hawaii with his skillfully made fishhook and line, where Maui snared the sun". Another ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Mount Kilauea Volcano My volcano that I am working on is located in Hawaii. Kilauea began to form over 300,000– 600,000 years ago and has been active ever since. Mount Kilauea emerged from the sea 50,000– 100,000 years ago.In 1990, flows of lava from Kilauea Volcano on the Island of Hawaii invaded Kalapana, a city known for black sand beaches. Although the residents were able to evacuate safely, their homes were incinerated, and by the end of that year all of Kalapana lay buried under 50 feet of lava. "In the past 1,100 years, more than 90 percent of Kilauea 's surface has been covered by new lava flows." Kilauea has been erupting since 1983, the longest eruption destroyed 200 structures and the Volcanoes National Park visitors center. Kilauea warning level is orange watch because it is still erupting. It's erupting so much that it is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I have the best view of anyone in town," said Olson. Her and her neighbors are building houses by hand with lava rocks, one of her neighbors says "This is heaven on Earth," said Edmund Orian, "Living near a volcano keeps you aware that God is in control. If the lava comes, we can always move." Kilauea's elevation is 4,091', it's an active shield volcano and the most active of the five volcanoes that form the island of Hawaii. The prominence is 60'. Kilauea is the youngest of the volcanoes on the island and it's sitting on the South East of Mauna Loa. Kilauea is not only the most active volcano of Hawaii but at the same time also the world's active volcano. "According to the U.S. Geological Society, the Kilauea volcano erupted approximately 63 times between 1750 and 1982 and has been continuously erupting since January 3, 1983." More than 400 people have been killed from Kilauea, it happened in November of 1790. It's been spilling lava for over 40 percent of the past 2,500 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Volcanic Islands In Hawaii Hawaii, also known as The Aloha State, primarily consists of 8 eight main volcanic islands in the central Pacific Ocean that stretch over 1,500 miles: Niʻihau, Kauaʻi, Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, Kahoʻolawe, Maui, and Hawaii Island. Because of its location in the center of the Pacific Ocean, its culture is strongly influenced by Asian and North American cultures as well as its indigenous Hawaiian culture. The islands are home to over a million permanent residents. Hawaii has been characterized as "the loveliest fleet of islands that lies anchored in any ocean"1. It is famous for its warm year–round temperatures, natural beauty, and unique culture. This makes it a dream destination for people all over the world. In 2014, a group of expert travel ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Each island has its own distinct personality and offers its own adventures, activities and sights. Oahu ("The Gathering Place") is the most visited of the islands of Hawaii, at nearly 4.7 million visitors annually. Oahu boasts an outstanding climate, inexpensive accommodations, and world– renowned beaches. It is also home to the state capital of Honolulu, one of the most famous beaches in the world, Waikiki, and World War 2 historic site Pearl Harbor. The historic site at Pearl Harbor is where thousands of people lost their lives when Japan attacked the United States in 1941. This is an example of how Hawaii has used "Dark Tourism" to attract tourists. Dark tourism is a popular form of travel to places where death or suffering have occurred. As a result, the staff at Pearl Harbor welcome over 1.5 million visitors annually7. Maui ("The Valley Isle") is the second most visited island with around 2.4 million visitors each year. The island has a reputation for catering to all tourists, whether you are wealthy or budget conscious. Maui's features include an abundance of beaches, volcanoes, and waterfalls. Kauai ("The Garden Island") is the fourth most–visited island, at 1.3 million visitors annually. The island is identified by its amazing scenery and relaxed way of life. Kauai features beautiful mountain scenery along with a variety of hidden beaches. Its most famous attraction is the Waimea Canyon, which has been called the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific." The last island of tourism importance is Hawaii ("The Big Island"). It is the third most popular choice amongst visitors, with over 1.6 million travelers annually. The vast majority of tourists visit this island because of its fantastic weather, fine dining and an abundance of shopping. The island also features Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which is home to the world's most active ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Hawaii Diary Research Paper January 18,2017 6:30 A.M. Dear,Diary As you know I am traveling to Hawaii tomorrow,so I can go see my Aunt Lindsay. I can't wait too see my new born baby cousin Brooks,and of course my cousin Davis.My Aunt told me that we are going too go visit the National Park in Hawaii.It's name is "Hawaii Volcanoes National Park." Before I go I want to research a little bit about the place,so I will write to you either on the Airplane or when I get to my destination.Good night. January 19,2017 1:04 P.M. Dear,Diary I just got off the plane. YAY! There she is. It's Aunt Lindsay. "I'm so happy to see you!"I exclaimed. "I'm so happy to see you too.Are you ready to go?"Aunt Lindsay Beamed. "Of course!"I answered.Now that we have picked up Baby Brooks and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Personal Narrative: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park A hidden gem this truly is, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Located far off the coast of the United States. Across the Pacific Ocean, one visitor must travel to experience such a beauty. Although, it may be far, this island is not one to shy away from. When you arrive you are welcomed by sunny skies, hot pink sand, rising mountains, and the big blue ocean appearing as a crystal spread across the sea floor. This is exactly what I experienced during my visit! Where can one locate such a beauty? Well, you must travel far to reach it. Though not easily accessible, this wonderful park will be worth your journey. Located on Hawai'i Island in the heart of the Pacific. In this heart you will find the beating pulse of fierce volcanoes, just waiting to be revealed. Taking us back millions of years to Earth's origins. Make no mistake, this Island may be a jewel, but it is one gem not to mess with. The beauty is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... You get to see it happening right in front of you! Featuring a live presenter, dressed in clothing from the period of time speaking about his life, and showing you things he would normally do everyday. Portraying Thomas A. Jaggar, a famous scientist and prominent figure in the studies of Volcanism at the time studying Hawai'i Volcanoes. The actual program takes place in the Whitney Vault, still including the seismology equipment from the days of his studies. No matter where you go, or who you go with, Hawai'i National Parks will be an unforgettable experience. One with incredible beauty, and immense landforms reminding those who meet it the true power and extraordinary forces that shaped them. Overall, this was something I will never forget. Something that really gave me peace, and time to get away from all of the craziness of real life. As I am still recovering from such fun, I cannot wait to visit again! On to the next ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. The Critical Opprobrium Of Volcanoes The media has engendered the critical opprobrium of volcanoes with their triumphant essays at delineating volcanic eruptions so as to give the impression that they are devastating and precarious. As a result, the negative stigma encompassing volcanoes and their concomitants permeates all walks of life. Under the nourishment of ignorance and fear, which are constituents of the human condition, antipathy multiplies. Ergo, Homo sapiens, possessing complex cognitive neural processes, are predisposed to the fallacious notion that assumes volcanoes have deleterious effects on the progression of humankind. The precise definition of the term volcano is profoundly convoluted, as a myriad of labyrinthine systems engage in volcanic activity. On loci where ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The article, "Volcanic Soils", states that loam within the confines of Mount Vesuvius and the regions its ejections once engulfed is so fertile that farmers frequently plant different crops intermingled with one another in order to maximize the utilization of every square inch available. This practice is called intercropping, and is highly esteemed for its pecuniary benefits. When implemented, it enables the optimum exploitation of resources, provides indemnity against total crop failure, and induces the greatest yield. Moreover, well vegetated volcanic terrains that kindle allure entice tourists. For example, the article, "On the Slopes of Mauna Loa, Hawaii Island", visitors flock to Highway 11, a route from the west coast of Hawaii that approaches the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Travelers are mesmerized by the topography of the island, a profuse of greenery that was stimulated by volcanic eruptions. Tourism wields tremendous monetary influence; it is one of the world's most significant sources of economic stability. Tourism creates jobs, both through direct employment within the tourism industry and indirectly within sectors such as retail and transportation. When laborers spend their wages on goods and services, it gives rise to what is known as the "multiplier effect", producing more jobs. The tourism industry also offers opportunities for small–scale business enterprises, which is particularly salient in rural communities. It engenders extra tax revenues, which can be used to generate funds for local institutions, including schools and hospitals. Moreover, volcanic soils play an integral role in the lucrative dairy industry of The North Island of New Zealand, which is bountiful in volcanic loam. Volcanic soils are felicitous for pasture growth because of how well they retain water for plants, subsequently resulting in verdant pasturelands. Volcanoes appease our materialistic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Kilauea Volcano Kilauea Volcano The Kilauea Volcano is the youngest and most active Hawaiian shield volcano. This volcano is located on Hawaii's Big Island. The volcano is part of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Kilauea is 300,000 to 600,000 years old. The native people from the Polynesian Islands discovered Kilauea. The other four volcanoes of Hawaii are Kohala, Mauna Loa, and Mauna Kea. "Shield volcanoes are the largest volcanoes on the earth" ("Volcano DIscovery"). This makes Kilauea a nice tourist attraction. Tourists can view the bubbling lava crater, caldera, also known as the home of the fire goddess Pele. Tourists can also view the lava lakes. "How active the flow is determines how close people can ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Hawaii Research Paper In what state can you see dry lava or go ski on an island. Hawaii, of course! Hawaii is one of the 50 states with many interesting facts The land and climate of Hawaii is as varied as the people who live there. In Hawaii weather varies and can be raintine two miles away where it is sunny. Hawaii is near the equator so it is tropically warm and consistent through the year. Typically, December, January, and February are the coldest months. Most of Hawaii's rainfall falls overnight. Hawaii is known for its beaches ,but did you know most of the sand in Hawaii is black or pink. You can also go hiking see volcanoes or hike up mountains. Volcano Kilauea's lava flows from the town of Kalapana east of the park. Hawaii's Big Island Mauna Kea is the tallest sea mountain and is an optional spot for stargazing. Did you know the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hawaii produces many different kinds many different kinds of products from there natural resources. Hawaii is known for its rich soil. They grown many fruits and vegetables. Just to name a few they grow are sugarcane, pineapple, and guava. Hawaii's fertilized soil is made up of lava ash and soft, sandstone. Another, natural resource that comes from the ocean is fish. Hawaii's ocean is filled with fish and much more marine life. Hawaii also grows coffee beans and uses sugarcane as food or as a traditional drink. They also sell flowers and put them in their hair. Hawaii also uses its air as a resource. Hawaii's air is one of the cleanest in the world. Scientist use it to study because Hawaii's wind is trade wind. One of the things that makes Hawaii a lot of money are its beaches, volcanoes, and wildlife. The ocean is also one the largest things that make Hawaii such a tourist attraction. Hawaii made $162,000,000 just off tourism in 2008.Hawaii's unique geology is an important factor in the state's economy and, as all the Hawaiian islands are volcanic, its very ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Dian Fossey Dian Fossey Dian Fossey to me was a very mysterious, somewhat helpful and kind of troublemaking person. She seemed very adventurous and fun but she was also very serious. When it came to her job she was always serious. Dian Fossey studied gorillas. To me it is amazing how seriously she took that job. She did everything she could to protect those gorillas. I think the gorillas brought her happiness but also sadness, and other emotional problems. Dian Fossey lived up on a mountain by her self for a number of years. That begins to have an effect on you as well. It was very lonely up there on the mountain. She got a nickname rom her lifestyle, she was called "Nyirmachabelli", which means the woman who lives alone on the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... National Geographic was with Dian and had photographers. She figured since they were profiting too, she wanted them to fund her. They agreed and so she set up a group of people to stop the poachers. I think the poachers brought out a bad side in Fossey. When she caught a poacher she was crazy with them. She tortured and threatened until she got what she wanted, then she turned them over to the government. Her poor gorillas had to be safe. Especially Digit, he had to be safe. I think that her hostile and unusual behavior was an effect of her drinking. Also I think that living on that mountain alone started to make her crazy. Her most dreaded thought was the death of digit. She could not let that happen. She saw Digit was growing up. She had new him since he was so little but now she had to accept the fact he was grown up and now has to take his role in the family. He had to watch and protect his family from danger. One day, it happened. Digit was found dead with his body severly mangled. Dian was very angered and saddened by this and she felt she had to do more. She sent letters out to other places letting them know what was going on and when the funding stopped, she turned to her fame with gorillas to recieve money. And when she did, she started the Digit fund. A lot of money was put towards protecting the gorillas.This made the Rwandan government look bad by not contributing to the safety of their tourist ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. How Many Volcanoes Are There Imagine hiking up a dormant volcano and all of a sudden the volcano starts to rumble What's the cause? The cause of the volcano occur when an underground chamber overflows creating an explosion out the top of the volcano. Volcanoes can have effects on the land and its people. When volcanoes erupt they can have some drastic but beautiful changes to the earth. The author of the informational article, Russell McDonaugh, states that "Depending on the location of the volcano, it can take thousands of years of weathering for the ash and rock deposits to form a rich soil. When they do become soils, they are often among the richest soils on earth." Volcanic soils are very fertile and can help plants grow very fast with the nutrients in the soil. Volcanos are very good for the land maybe, after a couple thousand years, but sometimes the beauty of the nature is destroyed by the ongoing building on our world. There is a mountain in Hawaii that has one of the most perfectly kept amount of land that is been kept the way it was since it ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the article "Mauna Loa, Hawaii Island" the author states "The western slopes from the Western slopes from Manuka State Park to the entrance to the Kahuka section of the Hawaii volcanoes National State Park feature a forest reserve and broad vistas with sweeping views of the ocean and mountain.This section includes landscape passing over relatively new lava so the traveler can experience transitions from substantially untouched to well vegetated volcanic terrain and rainforest. They say that there are about 50–70 volcanoes that go off every year including the volcano in Italy named Stromboli that has been erupting for over 1,000 years.There are as many as 1500 known and possible volcanoes that have erupted in the past ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Hawaii Volcanoes Essay There are many different types of volcanoes in the United States. Composite, Ciner and Shield are the three types of volcanoes. Over the history of Hawaii, covering about 85 million years, there have been 129 volcanoes formed due to the hot spot and of that 129, 123 of them are extinct or seamounts. In Hawaii today, there are currently five active volcanoes, Lo'ihi, Kilauea, Mauna Loa, Hualalai and Haleakala. Lo'ihi is the only underwater volcano in Hawaii; the other four volcanoes are above sea level. Kilauea is a hyperactive shield type volcano. Volcanoes are mainly found where tectonic plates are diverging or converging. The Mid Ocean Ridge is an example of divergent tectonic plates pulling apart, where the Ring of Fire is an example of convergent tectonic plates pushing together. Hawaii today is comprised of many different volcanoes with several different volcano types. The Hawaiian Islands spread over 1,500 miles in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Lo'ihi is an underground seamount which reaches about 3,000 meters above the sea floor. Before, people did not consider Lo'ihi to be an active volcano, instead just a common old seamount volcano, the same type to surround the islands of Hawaii. After doing some research it was discovered that this volcano was in fact an active one, instead of an old dead seamount. "In August 1996 Lo'ihi volcano rumbled to life again with a vengeance and has been intermittently active since. In fact, University of Hawaii scientists studying the seamount following the 1996 seismic swarm have found direct evidence of a volcanic eruption there in 1996, making this the first confirmed historical eruption of the seamount." (Ken Rubin and Brian Glazer, 2014). Today, Lo'ihi remains quiet but in recent years such as in 2005, Lo'ihi had about 100 earthquakes beneath her and in 2006 she had an earthquake reported with a magnitude of 5.1 and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Explain Why Volcanoes Erupt Most people are scared of volcanoes, but do you know the real reason why? Well, when Volcanoes that are underground erupt they can start a tsunami which can flood a city and mess it up a lot. Put that's not the only scary thing volcanoes. Right as your reading this there could be about 20 volcanoes erupting. Every year about 50–70 volcanoes erupt which tear down and kills thousands of people. Every 10 years about 160 erupt that's enough lava to make a new city! There's been about 550 historical eruptions that were really bad they killed millions of people and anyone that did live through that didn't have a home anymore. Also like it says in the article on the slopes of Mauna Loa, Hawaii Island, "The road rises from sea level to over 4,000 feet and is partly within the boundary of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park" So you really never know what volcanoes can cause. Some people say volcanoes aren't really that bad because the volcano in Italy has only erupted 2 times in 10,000 years. But those two eruptions were major and caused thousands and thousands of people to do die. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There could be more volcanoes somewhere in the ocean and people just haven't found them yet. Lastly, there's another volcano in Italy that has been erupting for over a thousand years and you never know when that might happen to another ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Research Paper Roughly seventy million years of volcanism, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, displays a fascinating world of biological diversity, rich, distinct Hawaiian culture, and past history. The park is located on the Island of Hawaii, 96 miles from Kailua–Kona and 30 miles from Hilo. It was established in August of 1916 as Hawaii National Park, and on 22 Sep 1961, it was renamed Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The park encompasses 230,000 acres and ranges from sea level to the summit of Mauna Loa at 13,677 feet, the world's largest volcano. It is also home to the world's most active volcano, Kilauea, which offers scientists insights on the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and features dramatic volcanic landscapes. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park was established ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. What Is The Geography Of The Us United States Geography The United States is located in the center of the North America continent. It is the second largest country in the continent and the fourth largest in the whole world after Russia, Canada, and China. Its total area is 3.797 million square miles (9.834 million square kilometers). The Bodies of Water in the U.S. In the United States, there is a really large river system called the Mississippi/Missouri river system. The system has the longest river in the North America and the fourth longest river in the whole world. The system covers almost ⅔ of the country's total area. It has three main branches: the Mississippi River, the Missouri River, and the Ohio River. The Mississippi River starts in Minnesota, passes by ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The most mountains are covered with trees, a little of them are covered with ice.this mountain range is the only mountain range in the us that has both sides in the us. The rocky mountains is in the west of the us.it runs along the pacific ocean. It is about a long time ago, the mountain range in formed. The mountain peaks are usually 4800 to 14,000 feet tall. The mountains are in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Montana. The highest mountain in the states is Mt Elbert, rises 14,439 feet above the sea level. The highest mountain in the US is Mt McKinley, located in alaska, rises 20,320 feet above the sea level, it is also the tallest mountain in the north america. The other main mountains in the us is the pacific coast volcanoes, which is located in Washington, Oregon, and California. The famous volcanoes in this range are mt rainier, mt hood, and mt shasta. These are the highest volcanoes in the us and the world.the volcanoes are usually formed in the place where the tectonic plates meets. And the us pacific ocean coast is on the border of the plates and that is why there are a lot of earthquake in california. The "strange beaches in the us" The strange beaches in the us is the green beach.the green beach is in the famous island of the us state of hawaii. It is on the hawaii island which is the biggest island in the state of hawaii! It is formed with little glassy crystals so it looks green. Is is green because ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 56. Mauna Loa Research Paper Since 1882, Mauna Loa has erupted 39 times. This volcano is a outstanding force of nature. Mauna Loa has amazed many people for mann years. This is a shield volcano, located on the beautiful island, Hawaii. As the Earth's plates move, it causes more and more volcanoes to erupt. Mauna Loa is a breath–taking phenomena. Mauna Loa is a gigantic volcano. "Surprisingly, it's the tallest mountain in the world, which means Mauna Loa is taller than Mt. Everest", stated Soest.Hawaii. It also states that, " This amazing volcano is 60 miles long, and 30 miles wide. According to Soest.Hawaii ," This enormous volcano is 13, 680 feet above sea level and 16, 400 feet below sea level, which means the total height is 30,080 feet high! Sciencing states that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 58. Hawaii: The Happiest Place In The World If I had a ticket in my hand the one place I would chose to go to out of all of the places in the world is the small tropical island of Hawaii. Personally I would chose to go to the island of Hawaii because from an early age I have always have enjoyed being able to experience what it is like to be temporarily in a different place that has its own unique atmosphere, culture, historical significance and personal experiences that you can have that no other place in the world has. Another reason why I would go to Hawaii is because I personally have always enjoyed the feeling of being in a place that is small, isolated and separated from all of the other places around them. I would also go to visit Hawaii because each of the state's eight islands offer something of its own that is unique and different that none of the other islands of Hawaii can offer. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I would also go to the island of Kauai and try to attempt to surf a wave on a surfboard in the ocean for the first time. Another exciting experience I would like to try for the first time is to snorkel off the coast of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands so I can be able to see the Hawaiian Coral Reef. I would also go and visit the Pearl Harbor Memorial on the island of Oahu, and also go to visit the USS Arizona Memorial on Ford Island. The experience that I am most wanting to do out of all is to go swimming with the great white sharks in the Pacific ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 60. Hot Spot Research Paper A hot spot is fed by a region deep within the Earth's mantle from which heat rises through the process of convection. This heat facilitates the melting of rock at the base of the lithosphere, where the brittle, upper portion of the mantle meets the Earth's crust. The melted rock, known as magma, often pushes through cracks in the crust to form volcanoes. Hot spot volcanism is unique because it does not occur at the boundaries of Earth's tectonic plates, where all other volcanism occurs. Instead it occurs at abnormally hot centers known as mantle plumes. Scientific models depict these plumes of molten rock almost like a lava lamp, with a rising bulbous head fed by a long, narrow tail that originates in the mantle. As the plume head reaches ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 62. Volcanoes Stereotypes Volcanoes are fascinating things that get stereotyped. Many people think of volcanoes are a destruction to Earth. In reality they help the Earth in many ways. Volcanoes enrich soil, creates jobs, and form beautiful scenery. Over 10,000 years ago a humongous volcano erupted in Naples, Italy. The debri and ash from the volcano has enrich or improved the soil. This soil has gained nutrition and other minerals making the soil great for plant growth. The crops there have been intensely growing for over 2,000 years. Plants are reacting to the soil fertilization very well. The soil is making it easier to grow crops, the soil has allowed the plants to really set their roots and start growing. Volcanoes also help farmers because of the enriched soil. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 64. National Parks Across The Planet Wonder, vastness, unsullied nature, and untouched beauty: all words that describe national parks across the planet. One such place, a series of islands about 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, became officially recognized as an Ecuadorian National Park in 1959, and later a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979 (Galapagos Islands Geology & Volcanoes, n.d.). None other than the Galapagos Islands themselves, the park is perhaps one of, if not the most captivating National Parks on the globe. When one hears "Galapagos Islands," the ecological diversity is often the first association brought to mind. While it holds true that the islands contain possibly one of the most diversified bionomics in the world, its geological history is just as ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Ecuadorian archipelago sits entirely on the Nazca tectonic plate, a continental plate constantly subjected to volcanic and tectonic activity. While the plate endlessly drifts east–southeast, it encounters the Galapagos hot spot, a source of intense and relentless volcanic activity in the ocean. According to White (1997), large columns of torrid rock approximately 100 kilometers in diameter, called mantle plumes, emerge from the mantle at a rate of an estimated ten centimeters per year. A peculiar interaction occurs with these plumes; once they rise from the lower asthenosphere to the upper lithosphere, the plumes actually melt by approximately twenty percent from the sheer force of pressure decompression rather than heat, as the lithosphere is cooler than the asthenosphere. This melting begins at roughly 150 kilometers in depth, and continues rising until the process is halted by reaching the lithosphere; the resulting magma rises into collections in and immediately beneath the lithosphere, named magma chambers. When the conditions are ideal, these chambers can release their magma onto the surface in an explosive attempt to equalize density and pressure, colloquially known as a volcanic eruption (White, 1997). Consecutive eruptions like these over hundreds of thousands of years cause the actual formation of a volcano; furthermore, over time, magma can crystallise in the magma chamber causing a thickening of the chamber, and thus an addition ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 66. Hawaii Volcano Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is known for their six wondrous active and non–active volcanoes, Mahukona, Kilauea, Mauna Loa, Mauna Kea, Hualalai and Kohala. Mahukona is actually the first volcano that started building the Big Island of Hawaii, but has been inactive for 350,000 years. Kilauea is the youngest and the most popular active volcano on the Big Island, it has been continuously erupting since 1983 and it is the best and the most reliable active volcano to see in the world. Since 1952 there has been 36 different eruptions from the Kilauea volcano, and 90% of its surface is still less than 1000 years old. Mauna Loa is the largest active volcano on earth, it is as big as 56,000 ft. above its base. The Mauna Loa has erupted 150 times in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 68. Hauna Loa Research Paper Hauna Loa Hawaii a huge tourist hotspot due to its lovable culture and beautiful landscape, is home to the volcano Hauna Loa, considered the largest volcano on the earth, located on the island of Hawaii which also holds four others is currently sleeping after its rude awakening roughly thirty years ago but it's not certain when she might erupt again. Mauna Loa takes us more than half, due to technology that has been so fine–tuned that it could predict an eruption months before the actual event. There was a scare about ten years ago where scientist believed it could definitely erupt due to the amount of magma going into the magma chamber, but miraculously the magma camber was expanded and created more room for the magma to collect in. Another eruption ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of the largest occurred back in 1868 and ended up being an estimated 8.0 magnitude, created landslides that buried houses and cattle in the Ka'u district of the island. At least 79 people were killed in the subsequent tsunami that resulted from the earthquake. In 1951, a magnitude 6.9 earthquake produced minor damage in the South Kona area to structures and catchment tanks. A 1983 earthquake led to $7 million in damage to roads and structures in the Ka'u, Puna and Hilo districts. A city that was almost destroyed during one of its last eruptions on the island. Mauna Loa is considered a "shield volcano" meaning its eruption are as violent as they could be, however because of its enormous size, it will still be a reckoning, like journalist James Cave says, "Of the five active volcanoes in Hawaii, only the Kilauea and Loihi volcanoes have been quietly erupting consistently for decades. But Mauna Loa is seen as the big threat there. What Kilauea erupts in one day, Mauna Loa has erupted in 20 minutes, as it did in 1984. It came way too close to destroying Hilo, where more than 35,000 people lived at the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 70. My Hawaii Vacation When I learned that my family and I would be going to Hawaii, I looked forward to going to the beach, sightseeing, and the warm weather. I never knew that this vacation would end up teaching me valuable life lessons. It was the summer of 2014 when I went to Hawaii, and I was so excited because I love traveling and I had always wanted to go there. There is a six hour time difference which was hard to get used to because we ended up landing in Hawaii at what would have been four in the morning in Ohio. Before we landed in Hawaii, the vacation did not start off very well. When we arrived at the airport in Los Angeles for our connecting flight, we were kept on the plane for almost an hour, even though our layover was only forty–five minutes. We knew we did not have much time anyways; but after the delay, we thought we would miss the only flight to Hawaii that night. When we were finally able to get off the plane, a girl around the age of twenty–five who was on the flight was yelling at everyone and trying to push everyone out of the way so she could get out first. She ended up getting off the plane before us even though she was sitting in the very back. Because of this, we could not find my brother when we got into the airport. However, the airport security workers were telling us to just run to the gate. At the gate, we found my brother who was already there talking to the flight attendant. They ended up having to delay the flight to let us on. I was surprised ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 72. Big Island Research Paper First–time visitors to Hawaii Island always leave feeling impressed. Beneath the majestic, snow– topped pinnacle of Maunakea, green rainforests and sandy beaches flow in an unusual mix of sand, sun and cool waters. Nicknamed the Big Island, the Island of Hawaii is nearly twice as large as all of the other islands combined. Altogether, it plays home to nearly all of the world's climate zones. From historic Kailua Village to Wailuku River State Park, the Big Island offers a blend of everything that a traveler could want from their vacation. Traveling to the Big Island Most visitors arrive through the Hilo International Airport in Hilo or the Kona International Airport in Kona. It is also possible to take a 35 to 40–minute flight from Honolulu International Airport to the Big ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Guided tours, limos and taxis are also available. For the best experience, you should consider renting a car. Sometimes car reservations fill up completely, so reserve your car rental before you arrive on the Big Island. Sleeping on the Big Island With so much land area, the Big Island easily offers every type of hotel or condo rental that you could possibly want. The most popular resorts are found at Keauhou, Kohala Coast and the Historic Kailua Village. Meanwhile, visitors to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park can easily stay nearby in Puna or Hilo. In between all of these options, you can readily find hostels, condominiums, rental cottages and bed and breakfasts. Top Attractions Kona Coffee Living History Farm: The Big Island is known for Kona coffee, and visitors can still experience a coffee farm first hand. From Portuguese stone oven baking to off–road jeep tours, the history farm offers a unique way to experience Hawaii's past and present. Make sure to stop by the H.N. Greenwell Store Museum before you leave. If you have time, schedule a walking tour of Kailua Village or arrange a historical boat ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 74. Hawaii Research Paper Native Hawaiians would like to share their lovely islands with you. Experience the beauty of Hawaii as the fresh floral scents of the tropical landscape are carried towards you by the ocean breeze. The fresh Hawaiian air will energize your senses as the serene ocean waters transport you to a state of utter tranquility. Explore the islands with a renewed vigor. Relish the in the rich offerings of Hawaii's unique landscape, and soon you will treasure the islands just as Native Hawaiians have from time immortal. According to Hawaiian legends, the islands of Hawaii were created by the goddess of fire, Pele. The goddess Pele holds within her power the ability to create and destroy. During an epic battle of old, Pela rose out of the trembling ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The group of islands is home to some of the world's most most active volcanoes and the youngest landmasses in the United States. The youthful islands, surrounded by water, have also gained notoriety for being the birth place of modern surfing. Additionally, the lush and dynamic tropical paradise is known for its Aloha spirit. Native Hawaiians warmly welcome all mainlanders who choose to visit Hawaii's beautiful shores. Hawaii is made up of six distinctive major islands: Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, and Hawaii Island. Those visiting Hawaii will find that each of the islands has its own special flavor, attractions, activities, and sights. Discover the unique adventure that awaits with each of Hawaii's six islands. On Kauai discover the Napali Coast's dramatic cliffs. Visit Oahu and experience the shores of Waikiki Beach. Visit miles of white sand beaches on Molokai's Papohaku Beach. Watch as dolphins swim the warm waters of Lani's Hulopoe Bay. See the view from the summit of lush Maui's Haleakala. Experience the dynamic energy of Hawaii Island's Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. With so much to see on all of Hawaii's six island, it will be difficult to decide which island to visit ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 76. How Do Volcanoes Impact The Earth? Volcanoes have many different impacts on the Earth and to people living near them. Some of the ways that volcanoes impact the Earth is that they make the soil rich, they can also cause volcanic fields and they make places that have them an accretion stop for tourists at national parks. To begin, volcanoes can help with growing crops. The way they help growing crops is that they cause the soil to become rich with nutrients. According to the informational article, " Volcanic Soils" the author Russell McDonaugh states, " once volcanic deposits have been broken down, they enrich the soil both by adding important nutrients for plants and by providing excellent drainage." Also, the article, " Volcanic Soils" states, " the soil is so rich that farmers often plant different crops intermingled with each other to maximize the use of every inch available." This quotes show that the ash and rocks that come from volcanoes have an impact that helps ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This mean that wherever a volcano may be that if it were to erupt that tourists may want to go see it. According to the informational article, " Mauna Loa, Hawaii Island" the author states, " the section includes landscape passing over relatively new lava so the traveler can experience transition from substantially untouched to well vegetated volcanic terrain and rainforest." This quote means that when a volcano erupts everything that is left behind can go to a national park so that tourists can see is first handedly so that they see it erupt. Finally, the ways that volcanoes impact the Earth is in many different ways. Now you may know the ways that a volcano can affect people by allowing them to grow crops with the ash and rocks that are left behind, that they can cause volcanic fields, and that they can make a tourists accretion if there is a volcano near ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 78. Descriptive Essay On Waikki Beach It is hard to find a more picturesque, relaxing warm and friendly vacation destination than Hawaii. When translated from ancient Hawaiian language, Hawaii only denotes "paradise" Hawaii offers scores of family trip activities on both land and water. Tropical, lush landscape furnishes an ideal backdrop for all varieties of fun open–air activities for kids, and perhaps even some quiet, romantic moments for Dad and mom. So when choosing family friendly destinations, put Hawaii in your top ten list of family friendly tropical playgrounds. To begin with Hawaii's great beaches are legendary, and draw watersports and beach lovers from around the world. World famous Waikki Beach, located on Ohau is among the best family friendly beaches. Whether you go searching for a great tan lounging around the beach, or more active members of the family practice their skiils at boogie boarding, body surfing, swimming, and windsurfing – families member will enjoy their time only at that popular beach. Waikki's Northern Beaches are renowned for world surfing championships. Have a scenic drive over to its northern border end, then get your camera ready for many outstanding photos, since there's certain to be lots of surfing activity. Even if you imagine eating out in The hawaiian islands are too pricey, but there are lots of places to dine that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One famous place children will certainly enjoy is a popular eatery Waikiki Cheeseburger in Paradise Restaurant. Here little tikes could possibly get ANY topping they desire on their own world renowned burgers. Another favorite now has wrinkles Spaghetti Factory with a Only for Kids 12 and under menu. In case your children have a fondness for sushi, Hawaii has numerous restaurants that offer fresh, individually wrapped sushi, Don't hesitate to sample local eating establishments where you'll definitely have more value for your money, and learn more about Hawaiian ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...