August 28, 2011
Sand from Kalalau Beach, Hawaii (Field width = 5.5 mm). We see a few grains ofolivine, which is the green sand of some beaches of Hawaii.

Sand from Kalalau Beach, Hawaii (Field width = 5.5 mm). We see a few grains ofolivine, which is the green sand of some beaches of Hawaii.

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