The island of Hawai'i is the southernmost island of the Hawai'ian archipelago. It is also the largest island with a land area of
nearly 10,500 sq km. It is the youngest island of the archipelago with ongoing volcanic activity.
Multibeam bathymetry mapping was carried out between Upolu Point (the northernmost tip of the island) and Kiholo Bay, on the west coast of the island during
cruise SB1207. Towed-camera sled optical surveying was carried out between Kawaihae and Anaeho'omalu Bay during the same cruise. Cruise metadata can be found here:
The mission report for cruise SB1207 can be found here:
Resource Description: Digital video images that are geo-referenced to navigation files.