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Sm. 8vo. viii, 482, 42, 25 pp. Original dark blue publisher's cloth, blind and gilt-stamped spine; one tear to sp. head, generally very good. Rubber-stamps (including title-page). Hawaii volcano papers incorporate pages: 14-39, 81-112, 167-175, and 305-317. Dana was an eminent American geologist, volcanologist, and zoologist. "Dana was responsible for developing much of the early knowledge on Hawaiian volcanism. In 1880 and 1881 he led the first geological study of the volcanos of Hawaii Island. Dana theorized that the volcanic chain consisted of two volcanic strands, dubbed the "Loa" and "Kea" trends. The Kea trend included Kalauea, Mauna Kea, Kohala, Haleakala, and West Maui. The Loa trend includes Lihi, Mauna Loa, Huallai, Kahoolawe, Lanai, and West Molokai." â€“ Wiki.pedia. Includes papers by George Kunz and on meteorites. [With: On the Summit Crater of Mt. Loa in 1880 and 1885; notes on an ascent in 1880, about three months before the great eruption of that year, by W.T. Brigham. With: History of the Changes in the Mt. Loa Crates . . . Part II, on Mokuakeoweo, or the summit Crater. With: Relations of Kilauea to Mt. Loa. [And: On the Deflection of the Plumb-line and Variations of Gravity in the Hawaiian Island, by E.D. Preston. Within: The American Journal of Science, third series, nos. 211-216.]
Title: History of Changes in the Mt. Loa Craters.
Publisher: New Haven:, J.D. & E.S. Dana, 1888.: 1888
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Seller ID: LV1856