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N002505 Mi-Inventory Monitoring ProgramThe Groundwater Resources at Traditional Hawaiian 31shponds receive brackish water that Groundwater emerges in shallow anchialine pools Brackish water Rainfall

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1 N 00.250.5 Mi - NATIONALPARK Inventory &
N 00.250.5 Mi - NATIONALPARK Inventory & Monitoring ProgramThe Groundwater Resources at Traditional Hawaiian shponds receive brackish water that Groundwater emerges in shallow anchialine pools. Brackish water Rainfall that seeps into the soil forms a layer of fresh groundwater that oats on the layer of brackish groundwater. The brackish water How does groundwater system work in north Kona? North Kona has low rainfall, dark porous soils, abundant sun, and high evaporation. As a result, aquatic resources are highly dependent on groundwater.What is the value of water Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park?i, contains globally rare sh pondoceananchialine pool brackish water approximate N 01020 Mi - NATIONALPARK Hualalai Aquifer Sector Greater than or equal to 120”Greater than or equal to 80” and less than 120”Greater than or equal to 40” and less than 80”Less then 40”Mean annual rainfall1 anchialine pool habitatbrackish shpond and wetland habitatAquatic habitats in the park National Park ServiceU.S. Department of the Interior shpondoceananchialine pool IUM PREIUM approximate freshwater freshwater capture freshwater capture The park’s ecologically fragile and culturally signicant habitats may be adversely affected by excessive groundwater withdrawal in developments outside the park. What is the human threat to the groundwater system in north Kona?Keauhou Aquifer System nchialine pools lso become too saline affecting culturally important species as more saltwater is drawn inland . Reduced groundwater ow impacts the fragile balance between freshwater and saltwater. What are the potential consequences of reduced groundwater ow to the natural and cultural resources of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park?Planned developments, if implemented around the park, will more than double this current for the Keauhou Aquifer System by the Hawaii Commission on Water Resource Managment. However, that yield was established to protect drinking water resources only and did not consider potential ecological or cultural resource requirements. html http://hi.water.usgs.gov/recent/westhawaii/ planned current 322028161280848688909294969800020406081024yearmonthly pumpage(million gallons per day) 05 Mi2.5 NKeauhou Aquifer System NATIONALPARK - Kiholo AquiferSystem Hualalai AquiferSectorKeauhouAquifer System 12 million gallons per day current water extraction for 18 million gallons per day planned additional water For more information, contact: Integration & Application Network (IAN)University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science www.ian.umces.eduPacic Island Network Inventory & Monitoring Program P A C I F I C I S L A N D N E T W O R K NPS Inventory & Monitoring science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/pacn/