In Hawaii, Land of Volcanoes the reader is taken on a great visual adventure. You can follow the life of volcanoes, from their birth deep under the oceanlike the still-submerged Loihito their growth into stone giants like Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea, and ultimately through their erosion, decay and return to the world below the sea. Each of these stages presents modern viewers with some of the most dramatic scenery on the planet. Mountains anchored to the seafloor have snowy summits three miles above the surface of the ...

Hawaii Land of Volcanoes 2000, Mutual Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781566471541

Trade paperback