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Selected oblique views of the ocean floor between the islands of Maui, Lanai, Molokai, and Kahoolawe, Hawaii

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Figure 1.
Colored bathymetry between Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and Kahoolawe
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Figure 2.
Colored bathymetry of reef platforms off Kahoolawe
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Figure 3.
Colored bathymetry showing debris flow on basin floor
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Figure 4.
Colored bathymetry showing field of bedforms west of Maui
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Figure 5.
Colored bathymetry of reef platforms north of Lanai
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Figure 6.
Colored bathymetry showing a slump at the base of an escarpment
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Figure 7.
Colored bathymetry of living modern reef offshore Maui
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Figure 8.
Colored bathymetry showing sediment covered reefs north of Maui
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Figure 9.
Colored bathymetry showing reef platforms between Maui and Molokai
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Figure 10.
Colored bathymetry of modern reef and reef pinnacles

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