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Ka Pili Kai Spring 2010

In this issue of Ka Pili Kai we turn our gaze toward a talented group of individuals tackling some of today’s most challenging problems. These individuals, the graduate students participating in the UH Sea Grant graduate trainee program, are researching a broad range of topics including the threats from coastal hazards such as tsunamis; climate change and how it will impact the marine environment; the introduction of alien species which is altering Hawai‘i’s unique marine ecosystems; and the health of the coral reefs in Hawaiian shallow-water ecosystems, to name just a few. Through this program the graduate students are provided with valuable opportunities to further their education as well as gain first-hand experience conducting outreach and education in the broader community, and all of them are well on their way to becoming leaders in their field.

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Publication Date
April 2010