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Ka Pili Kai Spring 2015

This issue is focused on UH Sea grant graduate trainees and the cutting-edge research they are conducting on a wide range of issues that are so critical to the future of our state. This year, the topics include modeling sea-level rise in heavily populated areas of O‘ahu; researching how land use changes affect the coastal and marine environment; studying fish physiology and endocrinology in tilapia; and researching coral diseases in Käne‘ohe Bay; among others. Many of the graduate students are fortunate to be studying at the Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology which is located on Moku o Lo‘e, or Coconut Island (cover photo). It is thanks to the generosity of the Pauley family, through their donation of the island to the University of Hawai‘i, that the students have the opportunity to study in such a world-class marine laboratory.

Ka Pili Kai Spring 2015
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Publication Date
April 2015