University of Hawaii

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Interface
Web Service, OGC Web Feature Service 1.1.0
Keywords
continent@Northern America, geographicarea@Hawaiin Islands, subarea@Hawaii, dataprovider@Arizona Geological Survey, DS_DATE@2013-08-14, DS_TOPIC@Hawaii Geology, Hawaii, geology, geologic map, geothermal, wfs, MD_DATE@2013-11-13, MD_LANG@Eng
Fees
none
Access constraints
none
Supported languages
No INSPIRE Extended Capabilities (including service language support) given. See INSPIRE Technical Guidance - View Services for more information.
Data provider

University of Hawaii (unverified)

Contact information:

Nicole Lautze

University of Hawaii

office, 96822 Honolulu,

Email: 

Phone: 808-956-3160

Service metadata
No INSPIRE Extended Capabilities (including service metadata) given. See INSPIRE Technical Guidance - View Services for more information.

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This service is compliant with Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards and the data within is compatible with GeoSciML portrayal view for geoscience data. The source of the data in this service is the Hawaii Geological Survey. This web map service contains all the geologic map information used to publish U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2007-1089 (Sherrod and others, 2007). The geologic map shows the distribution and stratigraphic relation of volcanic, intrusive, and sedimentary units emplaced in the past 8 million years across the eight principal islands of the Hawaiian archipelago, State of Hawaii, U.S.A. One layer is included in this service. GeologicUnitView is a compilation dataset containing geologic units covering the state of Hawaii at a scale of 1:250,000. See metadata record http://repository.stategeothermaldata.org/repository/resource/66bb6bbde013946035700d274f187fb5/ for more information on the dataset.

Available map layers (1)

GeologicUnitView (gsmlp:GeologicUnitView)

This web feature service contains all the geologic map information used to publish U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2007-1089 (Sherrod and others, 2007). This geologic map shows the distribution and stratigraphic relation of volcanic, intrusive, and sedimentary units emplaced in the past 8 million years across the eight principal islands of the Hawaiian archipelago, State of Hawaii, U.S.A.

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