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Judy Edwards: Green Maui

Oh, I've Seen Fire And I've Seen Rain. Lots Of Rain.

Nov. 5, 2010

If you’ve read the post before this one you now have a good idea of how water shapes the great bulk of these mid-ocean mountains.   So let’s go take a walk through the native rainforest, shall we?  Since we’re in the neighborhood and all. ...

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The Great Advantage of Height

Oct. 14, 2010

Speaking of the Galapagos (a couple of blogs back), how is it that they are so dry and we are so not?  Cumulatively, I mean.   They’re short.   Hawaii’s...

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Burn, Baby Burn…or, maybe, don’t.

Sep. 16, 2010

If you’ve been to Maui, and you’ve been anywhere along the coast where the waterfalls aren’t, you’ve been in a dryland...

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Maui's Wind Farm

Article by Chatten Hayes

Ancient Hawaiians harnessed wind for voyaging, but modern islanders benefit from Maui's breezes right at home, with electricity generated by Kaheawa Wind Power in the West Maui Mountains.

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Is the Trip to the Top of Haleakala for Sunrise Worth It?

* YES, the adventure of the journey and the beauty of the mountain makes it a "must do."
* NO, try going up in the afternoon instead!

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