Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

Mapping Program

Papa`u Survey

A small survey was conducted on Papa’u Seamount, a small hill located on the southwest edge of the Hilina landslide on Kilauea. In previous bathymetry (Moore and Chadwick, 1995), Papa`u Seamount was simply a rounded hill, leading to possible origins ranging from volcanic to tectonic. The new data show that this hill is along a shear zone on the southwest margin of the Hilina Slump (Clague et al., 1998; Morgan et al., submitted).

Survey Detail

loihimap.jpg (250233 bytes)

Data locations are listed below, or click on name to download.

MBARI provides these data "as is", with no warranty, express or implied, of the data quality or consistency. Data are provided without support and without obligation on the part of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute to assist in its use, correction, modification, or enhancement.

Name
(Grid Cell Size)
Grid Sun Illuminated Image Acoustic Reflectivity Image
(at 1/2 grid cell size)
loihia 30meters grids\loihia.asc.gz geoTIFFS\sunshade\loihia.tif geoTIFFS\backscatter\loihia.tif
loihib 20meters grids\loihib.asc.gz geoTIFFS\sunshade\loihib.tif geoTIFFS\backscatter\loihib.tif
papaua 20meters grids\papaua.asc.gz geoTIFFS\sunshade\papaua.tif geoTIFFS\backscatter\papaua.tif
pun2loha 30meters grids\pun2loha.asc.gz geoTIFFS\sunshade\pun2loha.tif geoTIFFS\backscatter\pun2loha.tif
pun2lohb 30meters grids\pun2lohb.asc.gz geoTIFFS\sunshade\pun2lohb.tif geoTIFFS\backscatter\pun2lohb.tif
pun2lohc 30meters grids\pun2lohc.asc.gz geoTIFFS\sunshade\pun2lohc.tif geoTIFFS\backscatter\pun2lohc.tif

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Map view 1

Map view 2

Oblique view 1

 
Oblique view 2


Index Map Haleakala Hilo Kohala Loihi  Mahukona  Moloka`i  Ni`ihau  Papa`u Puna Ridge

Last updated: Oct. 02, 2013