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ID M-A1-95-MU
Also Known As VMAA
Abstract University of Hawaii,United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California. Chief Scientist: Bruce Richmond. Geodetic data (geodetic, navigation) of field activity M-A1-95-MU in Maalaea (Haycraft Beach Park)Maui, Hawaii from 01/03/1995 to 01/03/1995
Organization University of Hawaii
United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California
Project/Theme Hawaii Beach Monitoring Program
Chief Scientist Bruce Richmond
Activity Type Geodetic
Platform Beach
Area of Operation Maalaea (Haycraft Beach Park), Maui, HI aii, Maui, HI
Bounding Coordinates
20.79611
-156.50354    -156.50354
20.79611
Dates 01/03/1995 (JD 003) to 01/03/1995 (JD 003)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Ann Gibbs
Equipment Used
geodetic
navigation
Purpose
Specific objectives include: 
a) document the magnitude and extent of the erosion problem;
b) determine the individual causes for coastal erosion in the Hawaiian Islands and establish their relative importance;
c) develop a coastal hazard database that can be applied to other studies; and