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|Statement||by Jim Kauahikaua and K.V. Shettigara.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 84-646., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 84-646.|
|Contributions||Shettigara, K. V., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
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Download Electrical-resistivity investigation of the Schofield high-level water body, O"ahu, Hawai"i
The high-level water body beneath the Schofield Plateau was studied using 19 Schlumberger resistivity soundings and three gradient profiles. The soundings were interpreted for one-dimensional models and the results were then improved upon by considering two-dimensional models for the soundings and gradient : Frank L.
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Page Contact Information: Hawaii Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EST vaww Sea level rise lifts freshwater, causing groundwater inundation in low-lying areas. Credit: UH Mānoa Coastal Geology Group. New research from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa reveals a large part of the the heavily urbanized area of Honolulu and Waikīkī is at risk of groundwater inundation—flooding that occurs as groundwater is lifted above the ground surface due to sea level rise.
The Schofield ground-water area encompasses much of the Schofield Plateau of central Oahu. Southern Oahu is divided into six areas, Ewa, Pearl Harbor, Moanalua, Kalihi, Beretania, and Kaimuki. Southeastern Oahu is divided into the Waialae and Wailupe-Hawaii Kai areas.
Along the northeast coast of windward Oahu is the Kahuku ground-water area. The Kahuku area comprises the north end of the Koolau Range and its bordering coastal plain. This part of the range is less deeply eroded than oth3r parts, and except for long, narrow valleys and cliffs near the shore, it has retained the general shape of the original volcanic dome.
A 21/2-mile-wide dike zone of parallel and subparallel dikes along the crest is the remnant of the fissure zone. Water quality in the main drinking-water source aquifers of Oahu was assessed by a one-time sampling of untreated ground water from 30 public-supply wells and 15 monitoring wells.
The square-mile study area, which includes urban Honolulu and large tracts of forested, agricultural, and suburban residential lands in central Oahu, accounts for 93 percent of the island's ground-water withdrawals.
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The University of Hawaii is a land- sea- and. Hawaii regulators have approved, with certain conditions, Hawaiian Electric Co.’s planned $ million power plant to be built in Central Oahu at the Army’s Schofield Barracks, according to.
Schofield Barracks and its adjacent installations will be one of several areas the plant will service during an emergency power failure on Oahu. The megawatt power plant will connect to the main power grid with an electrical power transmission line to Hawaii Electric Co.’s Wahiawa substation.
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