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opening spread for "limu traditions" article, Ka Pili Kai Hooilo 2019

Limu Traditions

by Lurline Wailana McGregor“When I was growing up, if you went to a lūʻau, you would know who prepared the food and what area it came from by just knowing the taste of the limu and the kinds of limu ...
Removing Invasive Algae to Restore Native Ecosystems

Removing Invasive Algae to Restore Native Ecosystems

by Paula MoehlenkampWhile the diversity and beauty of plants on land are easily seen by us, we may often overlook their aquatic counterparts hidden beneath the sea. Algae, photosynthetic plants ranging from microscopic phytoplankton to larger seaweeds, live in fresh ...
opening spread for "first lady of limu" article, Ka Pili Kai Hooilo 2019

First Lady of Limu

by Dr. Celia Smith, Bill Thomas, Kawika Winter, and Mazie K. Hirono, U.S. SenatorI first met Dr. Isabella Abbott as she emerged from nearly 30 years at Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University, as its first woman, and first minority, ...
Red limu specimin image

Ka Pili Kai Ho‘oilo 2019

Click on the cover image to view the full issue. Limu Gifts from the Sea The legendary Dr. Isabella (Izzie) Kauakea Aiona Abbott, fondly (and aptly) nicknamed “The First Lady of Limu,” would have celebrated her 100th birthday this year ...
November 21 Sciences and the Sacred event flyer

Sciences and the Sacred: Conversations on Maunakea

Sciences and the Sacred: Conversations on Maunakea This seminar series will foreground discussions of contemporary issues surrounding Maunakea by providing our UH community with a common understanding of why Maunakea is sacred from multiple perspectives. Each seminar will pair a ...
University of Hawai‘i Sea Grant College Program receives nearly $1.4 million for aquaculture research

University of Hawai‘i Sea Grant College Program receives nearly $1.4 million for aquaculture research

September 19, 2019   (Honolulu, HI) - The University of Hawai‘i Sea Grant College Program (Hawai‘i Sea Grant) received nearly $1.4 million to establish a new aquaculture-focused collaborative program in Hawai‘i and the Pacific region and explore new aquaculture opportunities. Hawai‘i ...
Korea Sea Grant week meeting attendees

Korea Sea Grant Week 2019

Korea Sea Grant Week 2019 In August, Hawaiʻi Sea Grant, along with members from California Sea Grant, Guam Sea Grant and Oregon Sea Grant, participated in Korea Sea Grant Week 2019 at the Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) ...
University of Hawai‘i to survey Kailua/Lanikai and Waimanalo residents and visitors about tourism

University of Hawai‘i to survey Kailua/Lanikai and Waimanalo residents and visitors about tourism

July 18, 2019   (Honolulu, HI) – This week the University of Hawai‘i Sea Grant College Program (Hawai‘i Sea Grant) will be conducting a series of scientific surveys of Kailua/Lanikai and Waimānalo residents, in addition to visitors, about the impact of ...
Podcast #6: Intertidal Changes

Podcast #6: Intertidal Changes

Dr. Joanna Philippoff and Patrick Nichols are leading a longterm project that enlists the help of students to characterize the algae and invertebrate species of Hawaiʻi’s intertidal zone. Read more about their project here ...
Hawai‘i Sea Grant Announces 2020 Finalist for John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Program

Hawai‘i Sea Grant Announces 2020 Finalist for John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Program

July 24, 2019   (Honolulu, HI) – Beth Lenz, a PhD candidate in marine biology at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, was chosen to be one of only 69 finalists nationwide for the John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship in ...