Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

There are several volcanoes that line-up to from the cascaderage which expand from morthern central California.

This type of boudary of this Hawaiian Volcanoes Nationals Park, Hawaii is a Interplate Boudary.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

Volcanoes mid ocean ridge

Interplate Boundary

In May 1980 Mountains St. Helen erupted.

If were to visit Hawaii I would see tropical trees, montains, volcaones, beaches and many more.

The Hawaiian volcanoes were produced by the Hawaiian hot spot, which is presently under the Big Island of Hawaii. The image below shows the islands of the Hawaiian chain and the intervening shallows, banks and reefs along a line from southeast to northwest. Note that the islands of Lanai and Kahoolawe are not shown because they would "overlap" with Molokai and Maui, respectively (see the map of the Islands on the Hawaiian Volcanoes page) In general, when you move along the island chain from southeast (Hawaii) to northwest, (Kure), the volcanoes become older and older.

Earthquakes in Hawai`i are closely linked to volcanism. They are an important part of the island-building processes that have shaped the Island of Hawai`i and the other Hawaiian Islands. Thousands of earthquakes occur every year beneath the Island of Hawai`i.


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