Environment of Hawaii

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Hawaii is an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean.

Hawaii is one of fifty states of the U.S. and covers the Hawaiian Islands, a volcanic archipelago consisting of eight major islands, several atolls and numerous smaller islets. Hawaii become a state of the United States in 1959. Prior to that it was the Territory of Hawaii (1898 to 1959) and originally the Kingdom of Hawaii.

Environment of Hawaii[edit]

Climate[edit]

Main article: Climate of Hawaii

Geography[edit]

Main article: Geography of Hawaii

Energy[edit]

Main article: Energy in Hawaii

Environmental issues[edit]

The majority of the environmental issues affecting Hawaii today are related to pressures from increasing human and animal population in the limited separation space of the islands.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Environmental Center at University of Hawaii Manoa". University of Hawaii. Retrieved 2008-12-08. 

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