A HO‘OLAULE‘A OF KNOWLEDGES On Friday, February 23, 2018 Hawai‘i Sea Grant’s Center for Integrated Science, Knowledge, and Culture hosted an evening of education and entertainment! Featuring keynote speaker Sir Tīmoti Kāretu, a champion of language and culture revitalization for ...
Hawaii Ocean Sciences Bowl, February 16th, 2019 On Saturday, February 16th, 2019, high school students from all over the state will compete in the Hawai'i regional competition for the National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB), called the Aloha Bowl. The winning ...
Dr. Rosie Alegado named new director of Sea Grant Center for Integrated Science, Knowledge, and Culture
After serving as associate director since the center’s inception, she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position August 8, 2018 (Honolulu, HI) – Dr. Rosie ʻAnolani Alegado, Assistant Professor of Oceanography in the Daniel K. Inouye Center ...
Huli ‘ia is an observational process documenting seasonal changes and shifts across entire landscapes, ma uka to ma kai (from the mountains to the ocean). Developed by Na Maka o Papahānaumokuākea, the Huli ‘ia process documents these natural changes over ...
Center of Excellence: Coastal and Climate Science and Resilience Center of Excellence: Marine Science Education Center of Excellence: Smart Building and Community Design Center of Excellence: Sustainable Coastal Tourism Institute of Hawaiian Language Research and Translation To address the needs, ...
The Kūlana Noi‘i provide guidance for building and sustaining not just working partnerships but long-term relationships between communities and researchers. With support from the University of Hawai‘i SEED Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access and Success Program (IDEAS), the He‘eia National Estuarine ...
Research Projects 2016-2018 PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Kanesa Seraphin Co-INVESTIGATOR: Joanna Philippoff Graduate Trainee: Florybeth LaValle At the base of the watershed, the intertidal zone is affected by everything that happens upstream, from pollution to development. The intertidal is also vulnerable to threats such ...
Research Projects 2018-2020 PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Joanna Philippoff Co-INVESTIGATORS: Heather Spalding, Craig Nelson Graduate Trainee: Florybeth LaValle Although a culturally and ecologically important ecosystem, the intertidal is vulnerable to climate change, species invasions, overharvesting, and land-use practices. However, the intertidal zone of ...
PAULEY SEMINARS IN SUSTAINABILITY The University of Hawai‘i Sea Grant College Program periodically hosts speakers of the highest distinction through invitations to present a Stephen and Marylyn Pauley Seminar in Sustainability. The University’s most prestigious seminar series honors the Edwin ...
Rapid Response: Application of a qPCR-based test for Enterococci as a rapid beach management tool in Hawaiʻi
Research Projects 2016-2018 PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Marek Kirs Graduate Trainee: Eduardo Guimares Climate change is projected to increase the risk of loss for people, assets, economies and ecosystems as extreme weather events, such as tropical storms and hurricanes, are projected to increase ...
August 23, 2017 The television series Voice of the Sea will feature the inspirational Hōkūle‘a voyage and homecoming on Sunday, August 27 at 6:00pm. In this historic episode, we celebrate with original Hōkūle‘a builder and crew member John Kruse, navigator ...
- Climate Change
- Coastal Access
- Coastal Ecosystems
- Coastal Hazards
- Coral Reefs
- Cultural Heritage
- King Tides
- Natural Hazards
- Sea-level Rise
- Traditional Practices
- Water Resources