USGS Coastal & Marine Geology
Wong, F.L., Hamer, M.R., Hampton, M.A., and Torresan, M.E., 1996, Bottom Characteristics of an Ocean Disposal Site off Honolulu, Hawaii: Time-based Navigational Trackline Data Managed by Routes and Events: Redlands, California, Environmental Systems Research Institute, 1996 ESRI Users Conference Proceedings (cdrom), approx. 15 p.

Figure 1. Shaded relief map of Mamala Bay, Honolulu, Hawaii, showing designated dredge disposal sites: Old Pearl Harbor (OPH), South Oahu (SO), and Old Honolulu (OH). The narrow insular shelf is bounded on its seaward side by an escarpment that drops off steeply from 50 to 250 m depth. Bathymetry is in meters.

Shaded relief map of Mamala Bay.


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