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    My topic of discussion is the black sand that one will find one the beautiful Hawaiian Islands. There are many different black beaches around the world. Since there are so many volcanoes, the state of Hawaii is always reshaping and creating more beautiful features. To people that have never seen black sand. They also fantasize about how beautiful the beach is. I myself, although I have never personally seen black sand, had the pleasure of talking with an individual that had. She vacationed with

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    The Hawaiian Islands are a very diverse place not only in the ethnicities that are present there but also the distribution of people among the islands. The amount of people inhabiting the various islands changes the culture of the type of life and the development of larger cities and urban areas. You can see this when comparing the big island of Hawai’i and the most populated island of Oahu. To get an idea of the island chain that is being discussed let’s first take a quick look at the composition

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    people of Hawaii and other Pacific Island Nation groups have experienced great injustice from their colonial powers and the acts of imperialism. Lands were seized, cultural practices banned, language lost, and people were even forced to move away from their homes for the purpose of bomb testing. The United States and other countries abroad sent out representatives to do their work for them; in return their future actions would be justified in describing the Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders as savages

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    wondered how the beautiful Hawaiian Islands transformed from barren volcanic rocks to magnificent green islands filled with forests, animals, and insects? It all happened through a complex process called Ecological Succession, in which organisms gradually populate land that was just created or has undergone a change or , such as the volcanic Hawaiian Islands. Ecological Succession is one of the forces shaping the Hawaiian Islands, and allowing them to thrive. The Hawaiian Islands were created by lava flows

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    Hawaiian Volcanoes

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    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

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    Introduction The endemic Hawaiian limpit, known as ʻōpihi, are composed of three species, the cellana exarata, cellana sandwicensis, and cellana talcosa. ʻŌpihi are the first known broadcast spawners that have speciated in an archipelago (Bird et al. 2011). This paper will discuss the diversification of the three endemic Hawaiian ʻōpihi in the Hawaiian Archipelago. Hawaiian Archipelago The Hawaiian Archipelago is centrally located in the tropical Pacific Ocean. The nearest continent is about

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    volcano is a memorable experience; one that has inspired fear, superstition, worship, curiosity, and fascination throughout the history of mankind. The active Hawaiian volcanoes have received special attention worldwide because of their frequent spectacular eruptions, which can be viewed and studied with a relative ease and safety. The island of Hawaii is composed of five volcanoes, three of which have been active within the past two hundred years. Kilauea’s latest eruption still continues as of today

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    Hawaii’s Big Island

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    History of Hawaii’s Big Island “Hawaii’s Big Island” got that name to keep down confusion from the actual state name. The Big Island is bigger than all of the other Hawaiian islands put together. Hawaii’s Big Island is filled with Hawaiian temples from ancient days. You will be able to learn a lot of Hawaiian history here. Since the island is so large, it will take a long time to see everything. It’s best that your visits are separated into segments. The Big Island isn’t going anywhere, so they’ll

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    Gods of the Hawaiians

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    The Hawaiian Islands are well known for their beauty, tranquility, and unique culture that have shaped this state into what we see today. The special bond that the natives have formed between themselves and nature is not exactly one of a kind, but it is something that can truly be admired. Around approximately 300 AD, Hawaii was discovered by Polynesians who arrived by canoe from Tahiti. These migrants brought their polytheistic spirituality and formed a large intricate society with hierarchies

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    Kohala Volcano

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    Over the centuries, the making of the Big Island as we know it today eventually entailed the growth and conjoining of six separate volcanoes, building all the way up from the seafloor, some 18,000 feet below the ocean’s surface. These volcanoes, from northwest to southeast, are named Mahukona,

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