Hanauma Talks Seminar and HBEP Event Calendar

Hanauma Bay Education Program Thursday Evening Seminar

Hanauma Talks Seminars

General information about Thursday’s seminars:

Where: Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, Visitor Center
When: Thursday evenings
Time: 6:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M., please arrive at 6:15 P.M.
Cost: Parking is free after 4 P.M., no admission fee for seminar
Phone: (808) 397-5840 or Email: hbaynews@hawaii.edu

October 2018 – NOAA Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program

4 October – Giving baby seals a second chance: rehabilitation of Hawaiian monk seals from the Northwest Hawaiian Islands by Angie Kaufman

11 OctoberWhen good seals develop bad habits by David Schofield

18 OctoberHow to spy on seals: citizen science and high tech tools help Hawaiian monk seals by Stacie Robinson

25 OctoberMonk seal field camp update and wacky survival stories by Thea Johanos

November 2018 – Hawai’i Sea Grant Graduate Trainees

1 November

Heavy metal(s) in Ala Wai watershed: hard rocks and runoff blues by Lucie Knor, Oceanography, UHM

Critter condos without A/C: Jarvis Island’s 2015 bleaching by Evan Barba, Marine Biology, UHM

8 November

When the ocean rises by Kammie Tavares, Geology and Geophysics, UHM

Marching down mangrove: revitalizing Heʻeia Fishpond by Aka Beebe, Oceanography, UHM

Are there pollutants on your plate? By Eileen Nalley, Marine Biology, UHM

15 November

Water quality in a changing world by Jessica Bullington, Oceanography, UHM

Seeds of change: seedlings and climate change by Devon DeBevoise, Botany, UHM

Cesspools and the sea: is sewage polluting the North Shore? By Lucas Ellison & Jordan Mason, Geology and Geophysics, UHM

* NO SEMINAR ON THANKSGIVING

29 November

Some surf can hurt the beach – forecasts help us prepare by Camilla Tognacchini, Oceanography, UHM

How to make light work of coral restoration by Claire Lewis, Zoology, UHM

Investigating environmental DNA for healthy reefs in Hawai‘I by Mykle Hoban, Marine Biology, UHM

December 2018 – Hawai’i Sea Grant Graduate Trainees & NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Division

6 December

Fact checking science with community knowledge by Erin “Bear” Braich, Urban and Regional Planning, UHM

Field Ecology 101 with OPIHI: from wet feet to free-diving by Flo La Valle, Marine Biology, UHM

How does economic activity affect water demand on Oʻahu by Sisi Zhang, Economics, UHM

13 December

Thermal Stress on Coral Reefs Across the Pacific Islands by Roberto Venegas, NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Division

* SEMINAR HOLIDAY HIATUS – 20 DECEMBER TO 3 JANUARY

* SEMINARS RESUME ON 10 JANUARY 2019

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Click on this link: www.youtube.com/hanaumatalks

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Hanauma Bay Education Program
100 Hanauma Bay Rd.
Honolulu, HI 96825
Phone: (808) 397-5840
Email: hanauma@hawaii.edu