Location map showing the Hawaiian Islands with a box showing Mahukona Volcano on the Loa loci line between Haualalai Volcano on Hawaii and Kahoolawe Island. The box outlines the area show in detail in Fig. . The main Hawaiian Islands are labeled, as are the individual volcanoes Kohala (K), Mauna Kea (MK), Hualalai (H), and Mahokona (M) on the Big Island of Hawaii (not labeled)
The eruptive phase represented by samples transitional between
tholeiitic and alkalic basalt dredged from Mahukona Volcano, a
submarine volcano on the Loa-loci line located between Hualalai
Volcano on Hawaii and Kahoolawe Island (Fig. 1 ), has been
the subject of debate.
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