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Print: Kalahaku

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Kalahaku, Haleakalā National Park, Maui, Hawaiʻi. Where do the volcanoes colors come from? The rock colors depend upon their freshness, cooling time composition. Fast cooling rocks that were exposed to the surface are black and are abundant in iron and magnesium. Gray rocks are the exposed rocks from the interior of the flow. Weathered older lava flows are yellow-brown and red and are commonly iron oxides. 

Top: The summit depression of Haleakalā from kalahaku Overlook.

Lower left: Cinder cone Puʻu Kumu. 

Center: Endangered species include the nēnē (Hawaiian goose) and the ʻāhinahina (silverwood plant).

Right bottom: ʻŌʻlilipuʻu cinder cone near Paliku.

 

Product dimension: 11x14

Sku: 2004039
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