Hawaii hosts mysterious land forms about which few of us know a lot: volcanoes. Planetary scientists, however, are mining these turbulent treasure troves for knowledge about our own planet Earth and other planets in the Solar System. How are they doing this? Some important answers can be found in the ExInEd Electronic PictureBook Volcanic Features of Hawaii and Other Worlds. This new ExInEd publication contains 40 exciting images comparing Hawaiian volcanoes and volcanic features with features believed to have a similar origin on the Moon, Mars, Venus, and the Jovian moon Io. Specific topics include volcanic structures, lava flows, eruption types and resultant landforms, rocks, boulder fields, and radar studies. A useful glossary helps with technical terms and difficult
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