Following is a list of publications referenced in the Hawaiin Volcanism Section of VW.

Bruce PM & Huppert HE (1989). Thermal control of basaltic fissure eruptions. Nature 342: pp. 665-667.

Carr MH & Greeley R (1980). Volcanic Features of Hawaii. NASA pub. SP-403. 211 pp.

Chen C-Y & Frey FA (1983). Origin of Hawaiian tholeiite and alkalic basalt. nature 302: pp. 785-789.

Clague DA (1987). Hawaiian xenolith populations, magma supply rates, and development of magma chambers. Bull. Volcanol. 49: pp. 577-587.

Clague DA, & Dalrymple GB (1987). The Hawaiian-Emperor volcanic chain. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1350: pp. 5-54.

Clague DA, Holcomb RT, Sinton JM, Detrick RS, & Torresan ME (1990). Pliocene and Pleistocene alkalic flood basalts on the seafloor north of the Hawaiian islands. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 98: pp. 175-191.

Decker RW (1987). Dynamics of Hawaiian volcanoes: an overview. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1350:997-1018.

Deterich JH (1988). Growth and persistence of Hawaiian rift zones. J. Geophys. Res. 93. pp. 4258-4270.

Duncan RA & Richards MA (1991). Hotspots, mantle plumes, flood basalts, and true polar wander. Rev. Geophys. 29: pp. 31-50.

Dzurisin D, Koyanagi TY, & English TT (1984). Magma supply and storage at Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, 1956-1983. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 21: pp. 177-206.

Fiske RS & Jackson ED (1972). Orientation and growth of Hawaiian volcanic rifts: the effect of regional structure and gravitational stresses. Proc. Roy. Soc. London a-329: pp. 299-326.

Fiske RS & Kinoshita WT (1969). Inflation of Kilauea Volcano prior to its 1967-1968 eruption. Science 165: pp. 341-349.

Greeley R (1971). Observations of actively forming lava tubes and associated structures, Hawaii. Modern Geology 2: pp. 207-223.

Heliker CC & Wright TL (1991). The Puu Oo-Kupaianaha eruption of Kilauea. EOS 72: pp. 521-530.

Hoffmann JP, Ulrich GE, & Garcia MO (1990). Horizontal ground deformation patterns and magma storage during the Puu Oo eruption of Kilauea volcano, Hawaii: episodes 22-42. Bull. Volcanol. 52: pp. 522-531.

Holcomb RT (1987). Eruptive history and long-term behavior of Kilauea Volcano. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1350: pp. 261-350.

Holcomb RT, Holmes M, Denlinger RP, Searle RC & Normark WR (1988). Submarine Hawaiian north arch volcanic field. EOS 69: p. 1445.

Hon K & Kauahikaua J (1991). The importance of inflation in formation of pahoehoe sheet flows. EOS 72 #44: p. 557.

Hulme G (1974). The interpretation of lava flow morphology. Geophys. J. Roy. Astro. Soc. 39: pp. 361.

Klein FW, Koyanagi RY, Nakata JS, & Tanigawa WR (1987). The seismicity of Kilauea's magma system. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1350: pp. 1019-1185.

Lipman PW, Lockwood JP, Okamura RT, Swanson DA, & Yamashita KM (1985). Ground deformation associated with the 1975 magnitude-7.2 earthquake and resulting changes in activity of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1276: 45 pp.

Lipman PW & Banks NG (1987). Aa flow dynamics, Mauna Loa 1984. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1350: pp. 1527-1567.

Lipman PW, Normark WR, Moore JG, Wilson JB, & Gutmacher CE (1988). The giant submarine Alika debris slide, Mauna Loa, Hawaii. J. Geophys. Res. 93: pp. 4279-4299.

Lockwood JP & Lipman PW (1987). Holocene eruptive history of Mauna Loa volcano. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1350: pp. 509-535.

Lockwood JP, Dvorak JJ, English TT, Koyanagi RY, Okamura AT, Summers ML, & Tanigawa WR (1987). Mauna Loa 1974-1984: a decade of intrusive and eruptive activity. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1350: pp. 537-570.

Macdonald GA (1965). Hawaiian calderas. Pacific Science 19: pp. 320-334.

Macdonald GA (1972). Volcanoes. Prentice-Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs. 510 pp.

Macdonald GA & Abbot AT (1970). Volcanoes in the Sea the Geology of Hawaii. Univ. Hawaii Press, Honolulu. 441 pp.

Macdonald GA, Abbot AT, & Peterson FL (1983). Volcanoes in the Sea the Geology of Hawaii. Univ. Hawaii Press, Honolulu. 517 pp.

Mark RK & Moore JG (1987). Slopes of the Hawaiian ridge. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1350: pp. 101-107.

McPhie J, Walker GPL, & Christiansen RL (1990). Phreatomagmatic and phreatic fall and surge deposits from explosions at Kilauea volcano, Hawaii, 1790 AD: Keanakakoi ash member. Bull. Volcanol. 52: pp. 334-354.

McGuire WJ & Pullen AD (1989). Location and orientation of eruptive fissures and feeder-dykes at Mount Etna: influence of gravitational and regional tectonic stress regimes. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 38: pp. 325-344.

Moore JG (1964). Giant submarine landslides on the Hawaiian ridge. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 501-D: pp. 95-98.

Moore JG (1987). Subsidence of the Hawaiian ridge. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1350: pp. 85-100.

Moore GW & Moore JG (1988). Large-scale bedforms in boulder gravel produced by giant waves in Hawaii. Geol. Soc. Am. Special Pap. 299: pp. 101-109.

Moore JG, Clague DA, Holcomb RT, Lipman PW, Normark WR, & Torresan ME (1989). Prodigious submarine landslides on the Hawaiian ridge. J. Geophys. Res. 94: pp. 17,465-17,484.

Munro DC (1992). Applications of remotely-sensed data to studies of volcanism in the Galapagos Islands. PhD Dissertation, University of Hawaii.

Nakamura K (1982). Why do long rift zones develop better in Hawaiian volcanoes--a possible role of thick oceanic sediments. Bull. Volcanol. Soc. Japan 25: pp. 255-267.

Normark WR, Lipman PW, Wilson JB, Jacobs CL, Johnson DB, & Gutmacher CE (1987). preliminary cruise report: Hawaii GLORIA legs 3 and 4, F3-88-HW and F4-88-HW. U.S. Geol. Surv. Open-File Rept. 87-298: 34 pp.

Peterson DW & Swanson DA (1974). Observed formation of lava tubes. Studies in Speleology 2: pp. 209-222.

Peterson DW & Moore RB (1987). Geologic history and evolution of geologic concepts, island of Hawaii. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1350: pp. 149-189.

Peterson DW & Tilling RI (1980). Transition of basaltic lava from pahoehoe to a'a, Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii: field observations and key factors. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 7: pp. 271-293.

Rowland SK & Walker GPL (1987). Toothpaste lava: characteristics and origin of a lava structural type transitional between pahoehoe and a'a. Bull. Volcanol. 49: pp. 631-641.

Rowland SK & Walker GPL (1990). Pahoehoe and a'a in Hawaii: volumetric flow rate controls the lava structure. Bull. Volcanol. 52: pp. 615-628.

Rubin AM (1990). A comparison of rift-zone tectonics in Iceland and Hawaii. Bull. Volcanol. 52: pp. 302-319.

Simkin T, Seibert L, McClelland L, Bridge, D, Newhall C, & Latter JH (1981). Volcanoes of the World. Hutchinson Ross, Stroudsburg. 232 pp.

Simkin T, & Fiske RS (1986). Volcano growth dominated by circumferential feeding systems: a morphogenetic comparison of Galapagos volcanoes with young volcanic seamounts. IAVCEI, New Zealand (not in abstract volume).

Sparks RSJ, Pinkerton H, & Hulme G (1976). Classification and formation of lava levees on Mount Etna, Sicily. Geology 4: pp. 269-271.

Stearns HT (1985). Geology of the State of Hawaii. Pacific Books, Publishers, Palo Alto. 335 pp.

Swanson DA (1972). Magma supply rate at Kilauea Volcano, 1952-1971. Science 175: pp. 169-170.

Swanson DA, Duffield WA, & Fiske RS (1976). Displacement of the south flank of Kilauea volcano: the result of forceful intrusion of magma into the rift zones. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 963: 39 pp.

Thorarinsson S (1967). The Surtsey eruption and related scientific work. The Polar Record 13: pp. 571-578.

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. Geol. Surv. Circular 740: 33 pp.

Walker GPL (1988). Three Hawaiian calderas: an origin through loading by shallow intrusions? J. Geophys. Res. 93: pp. 14,773-14,784.

Walker GPL (1989). Spongy pahoehoe in Hawaii: a study of vesicle-distribution patterns in basalt and their significance. Bull. Volcanol. 51: pp. 199-209.

Walker GPL (1990). Geology and volcanology of the Hawaiian Islands. Pacific Science 44: pp. 315-347.

Walker GPL (1991). Structure and origin by injection of lava under surface crust, of tumuli, "lava rises", "lava-rise pits", and "lava-inflation clefts" in Hawaii. Bull. Volcanol. 53: pp. 546-558.

Walker GPL (1992). Puu Mahana near South Point in Hawaii is a primary Surtseyan ash ring, not a sandhills-type littoral cone. Pacific Science 46: pp. 1-10.

Wentworth CK & Macdonald GA (1953). Structures and forms of basaltic rocks in Hawaii. U.S. Geol. Surv. Bull. 994: 98 pp.

Wilmuth RA & Walker GPL (1993). P-type and s-type pahoehoe: a study of vesicle distribution patterns in Hawaiian lava flows. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res.? in press

Wilson L & Head JW III (1988). Nature of local magma storage zones and geometry of conduit systems below basaltic eruption sites: Puu Oo, Kilauea east rift, Hawaii, example. J. Geophys. Res. 93: pp. 14785-14792.

Wood CA & Kienle J (1990). Volcanoes of North America. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge. 354 pp.