Science Symposium Highlights Research at Papahānaumokuākea

“Twilight Zone,” unique species, and new research techniques were among the highlights of the symposium.
December 08, 2018

Scientists ask Public to Report Sightings of Invasive Mudweed

The tropical algae could negatively impact local marine ecosystems.
December 02, 2018

Scientists to Study Links Between Human and Coral Health

A group of Monaco scientists are visiting Kane‘ohe Bay this week to sample two types of corals.
December 02, 2018

REPORT: Interventions May Save Coral Reefs

Over the past few decades, about 50% of coral reefs have been lost and the rate of loss has increased with the impacts of global climate change.
November 29, 2018

Hawai‘i Nei Marine Debris Removal Project Continues

Over the past two years, the Hawai‘i Nei Marine Debris Removal Project has worked to remove a combined 369,393 pounds of pollution from four different islands.
November 21, 2018

Grant Allows Work to Continue Developing Resistant Corals

A $1 million grant from the NFWF will let researchers at the HIMB at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa to continue the work of the late Ruth Gates.
November 19, 2018

Reef Ecosystem Reserve Seeks Advisory Council Applicants

NOAA’s Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Coral Reef Ecosystem Reserve is accepting council applicants.
November 05, 2018

NOAA to Host Free Workshops on Marine Wildlife Laws

Whale and dolphin watchers, boat captains, ocean tour operators and other ocean users are encouraged to attend.
November 03, 2018

Unique Strategic Partnership to Expand Global Aquaculture Growth

A unique partnership has been formed to undertake a concerted and collaborative effort to raise Hawai‘i’s global visibility in marine aquaculture.
November 01, 2018

Hawai‘i Sea Grant Awarded Nearly $1M for Aquaculture Research

The University of Hawaiʻi Sea Grant College Program has received close to $1 million for aquaculture research in support of food security research, education and outreach in the state.
October 29, 2018