Endemic Shrimp Play Major Role in Anchialine Ecosystems

Endemic Shrimp Play Major Role in Anchialine Ecosystems

Close up of ‘ōpae ‘ula (Halocaridina rubra) Grazing

UH Manoa Open House Excites Future Scientists

UH Manoa Open House Excites Future Scientists

The event features a wide variety of exhibits, activities and demonstrations.

Optimal Joint Management of Groundwater and Kiawe

Optimal Joint Management of Groundwater and Kiawe

Aerial thermal infrared spectrometry of Kiholo Bay, Island of Hawaii

EPSCoR: Investing in Multidisciplinary University Activities III


EPSCoR: Investing in Multidisciplinary University Activities III

IMUA III: Pacific High Island Evolutionary Biogeography: Impacts of Invasive Species, Anthropogenic Activity and Climate Change on Hawaiian Focal Species

As a unique island ecosystem, Hawai‘i possesses an extraordinary diversity of natural resources and attributes (geological, marine, terrestrial, atmospheric, and biological). The primary focus of IMUA III is to develop Hawai‘i’s scientific and technological capabilities in order to understand how invasive species, human-related activities and climate change impact the biodiversity, ecosystem function and current or potential use of certain endemic Hawaiian species. Results of these studies will be important for understanding both short-term and long-term changes in Hawai‘i and the impacts of human activities on tropical ecosystems world-wide.


2013 Proposal Development Workshops by TIG & ORS

The Hawaii EPSCoR Program is sponsoring two free proposal development workshops by The Implementation Group (TIG) and the University of Hawaii Office of Research Services (ORS):