Reading Materials for GG104, Fall Semester 2011

Instructor: Scott Rowland


Atwater BF, Musumi-Rokkaku S, Satake K, Tsuji Y, Uyeda K, Yamaguchi DK (2005) The Orphan Tsunami of 1700. US Geol Surv Prof Pap 1707: 133pp

Abbot IA (1992) Lā‘au Hawai‘i Traditional Hawaiian Uses of Plants. Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu: 163 pp

Allen L (2004) Will Tuvalu disappear beneath the sea? Smithsonian magazine.

Beckwith MW (1970) Hawaiian Mythology. University of Hawai‘i Press: 571 pp

Boyd JH (1923) The Wizard Stones of Kapaemahu. In: More Hawaiian Folk Tales, T. G. Thrum, Editor. A. C. McClurg & Co., Chicago: pp. 261-264

Brigham WT (1909) The volcanoes of Kilauea and Mauna Loa on the Island of Hawaii. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum Vol II, no. 4: 608 pp.

Cheever D, Cheever S (2003) Pōhaku The Art & Architecture of Stonework in Hawai‘i. Editions Limited, Honolulu: 171 pp

Chipperfield M, Harrison D (2000) Falling sea level upsets theory of global warming.

Collerson KD, Weisler MI (2007) Stone adze compositions and the extent of ancient Polynesian voyaging and trade. Science 317:1907-1911

Diamond JM (1999) Guns, Germs, and Steel: the Fates of Human Societies, WW Norton, New York: 494 pp

Emerson EB (1915) Pele and Hiiaka A Myth from Hawai‘i, (1997 ed.), ‘Ai Pōhaku Press, Hilo: 250 pp

Field M (2005) New Zealand Listener vol. 200, no. 3406

Finney B (2007) Tracking Polynesian Seafarers. Science 317:1873-1874

Gingerich SB, Oki DS (2000) Ground water in Hawaii. US Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS 126-00.

Gon S (2001a) Hawaiian Geological Traditions, Moanalua Gardens Foundation Newsletter

Gon S (2001b) Hawaiian Science, Moanalua Gardens Foundation Newsletter

Gon S (2002) In the Hawaiian “Stone Age”. Na Makani (Moanalua Gardens Foundation Newsletter) vol. 27, no. 3

HawaiianStyle (2007) Wizard Stones.

Hazlett RW, Hyndman DW (1996) Roadside Geology of Hawai‘i, Mountain Press Publishing Co., Missoula: 304 pp

Hiroa TR (1957) Arts and Crafts of Hawaii. Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu: 606 pp

Ho‘oulumāhiehie/Nogelmeier (2006) The Epic Tale of Hi‘iakaikapoliopele. Awaiaulu: Hawaiian Literature Project, Honolulu. 490 pp.

HVO (2000) The longest Kilauea eruption in memory. Volcano Watch, Feb. 3, 2000

IPCC (2007) Climate Change 2007 The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the 4th Assesement Report of the International Panel on Climate Change

Kahā‘ulelio D/Pukui MK (2006) Ka ‘Oihana Lawai‘a Hawaiian Fishing Traditions. Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu: 330 pp.

Kamakau SM (1976) Tales and Traditions of the People of Old, Mo‘olelo a ka Po‘e Kahiko. Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu: 184 pp

Kanahele PK, Wise DK (1992) Ka Honua Ola (The Living Earth). Center for Hawaiian Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa: 218 pp

Kane HK (1996) Pele Goddess of Hawai‘i’s volcanoes. The Kawainui Press, Captain Cook: 72 pp

Kane HK (1997) Ancient Hawai‘i. The Kawainui Press, Captain Cook: 111 pp

King M (1997) 1000 Years of Maori History Nga Iwi O Te Motu. Reed Books, Auckland: 111 pp

Kious WJ, Tilling RI (1996) This Dynamic Earth: the Story of Plate Tectonics. US Geological Survey General Publication: 77 pp

Kirch PV (1994) The Wet and the Dry, Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago: 385 pp

Leidmann M (1996) Anatomy of a rock wall: structure gives strength. Honolulu Advertiser

Lili‘uokalani (1897) An Account of the Creation of the World According to Hawaiian Tradition. Lee and Shepard, Boston: 97 pp.  Republished in 1978 as The Kumulipo An Hawaiian Creation Myth by Pueo Press, San Francisco in 1978

Macdonald GA, Abbot AT, Peterson FL (1983) Volcanoes in the Sea, Univ. of Hawai‘i Press, Honolulu: 517 pp

Malo D/Chun MN (2006) Ka Mo‘olelo Hawai‘i Hawaiian Traditions. Iou Teng Printing Co., Taiwan: 274 pp

McBride LR (1998) Petroglyphs of Hawai‘i. Petroglyph Press, Ltd., Hilo: 51 pp

Menard HW (1986) Islands, Scientific American Books, Inc., New York: 230 pp

Michaels PJ (2001) Don't Boo-Hoo for Tuvalu.

Miike LH (2004) Water and the Law in Hawai‘i. University of Hawai‘i Press, Honolulu: 264 pp.

Monzier M, Robin C, Eissen JP (1994) Kuwae (≈1425 A.D.): the forgotten caldera. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 59:207-218

Nunn PD (2003) Fished Up or Thrown Down: The Geography of Pacific Island Origin Myths. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 93(2):350–364

Oki DS (2003) Surface water in Hawaii. US Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-045-03

Ozawa A, Tagami T, Garcia MO (2005) Unspiked K–Ar dating of the Honolulu rejuvenated and Ko‘olau shield volcanism on O‘ahu, Hawai‘i, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 232:1 –11

Reynolds S, Johnson JK, Kelly M, Morin P, Carter C (2008) Exploring Geology.  McGraw-Hill, New York: 575 pp

Robertson IN, Nicholson PG, Brandes HG (2006) Reconnaissance Following the October 15th, 2006 Earthquakes on the Island of Hawai‘i. University of Hawai‘i College of Engineering Research Report UHM/CEE/06-07: 65 pp

Rogers G (1986) The Fire Has Jumped. Institute of Pacific Studies, Suva, Fiji: 127 pp

Rowland SK (2004) Volcanoes, a review.  Entry for World Book Encyclopedia: 10 pp

Simon L (2005) The great walls. Hana Hou! The Magazine of Hawaiian Airlines, vol. 8, no. 5, Oct/Nov 2005

Swanson DA (2008) Hawaiian oral tradition describes 400 years of volcanic activity at Kīlauea. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 176:427-431

Swanson DA, Rausch J (2008) Human Footprints in Relation to the 1790 Eruption of Kilauea. Am Geophys Union Fall Meeting Abstract Vol.

Tilling RI, Koyanagi RY, Lipman PW, Lockwood JP, Moore JG, Swanson DA (1976) Earthquake and related catastrophic events, Island of Hawaii, November 29, 1975: a preliminary report. U. S. Geological Survey Circular 740:33 pp.

Vitousek PM, Laderfoged TN, Kirch PV, Hartshorn AS, Graves MW, Hotchkiss SC, Tuljapurkar S, Chadwick OA (2004) Soils, Agriculture and Society in Precontact Hawai'i, Science 304:1665-1669

Westervelt WD (1916) Hawaiian Legends of Volcanoes, (1963 ed.), Charles E. Tuttle Co. Inc. Tokyo:205 pp

Williams DB (2009) Footprints in Kilauea ash are not from warriors. Earth Magazine (March 2009): 13

WorldView (2005) World view of global warming rising sea levels.