IFS: Non-Petitioned East Maui Instream Flow Standards
Instream Flow Standards: Non-Petitioned East Maui Streams, Hydrologic Units of Ho‘olawa (6035), Waipi‘o (6036), Hoalua (6038), Hanawana (6039), Kailua (6040), Nailiilihaele (6041), Puehu (6042), Oopuola (6043), Ka‘aiea (6044), Punalu‘u (6045), and Kōlea (6046)
The Commission on Water Resource Management is preparing to amend the interim instream flow standards for eleven non-petitioned streams in East Maui. Provided below are Draft Instream Flow Standard Assessment Reports for each of the eleven hydrologic units. These reports, prepared by the Commission staff, will serve as supporting documentation in a future interim instream flow standard recommendation to the Commission. Please take some time to review the reports and provide the Commission staff with any additional information for inclusion.
|West Kolea Stream above Wailoa Ditch. The Kolea hydrologic unit is the easternmost boundary for these eleven streams under consideration for amendment.|
|Oopuola Stream at the Center Ditch Intake.|
|An inland waterfall located along Kailua Stream, just above the Haiku Ditch intake.|
|Ho‘olawa Stream at Haiku Ditch. The Ho‘olawa hydrologic unit forms the western most boundary for these eleven stream under consideration for amendment.|
Draft Instream Flow Standard Assessment Reports:
- Open-File Report 2012-1115
Measurements of Seepage Losses and Gains, East Maui Irrigation Diversion System, Maui, Hawaiʻi
By Cheng, C.L.
- Water-Resources Investigations Report 99-4090
Ground-Water Occurrence and Contribution to Streamflow, Northeast Maui, Hawaii
By Gingerich, S.B.
- Water-Resources Investigations Report 98-4142
Ground Water and Surface Water in the Haiku Area, East Maui, Hawaii
By Gingerich, S.B