Hanauma Bay Lecture Series - Exploring Hawaii’s Marine Environment with COSEE Island Earth
Date: 07/05/12 6:30 - 7:30 pm - 07/26/12 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Location: Hanauma Bay Education Center
Attendance: Open to the Public

COSEE IE sponsered month long lecture series for the community on marine science and conservation issues. The line up:

Thursday July 5th, 2012 – Don’t Wake The Dolphins: In the Company of Spinners – Carlie Wiener, Program Manager COSEE Island Earth & PhD Candidate, York University

Thursday July 12th, 2012 – From Past to Present: Ecosystem Research in the Hawaiian Archipelago
Sailing through time: A historical examination of Papah?naumoku?kea - Daniel Wagner, Research Specialist, Papah?naumoku?kea Marine National Monument

Bringing Fishing Patterns to Life: The Fishing Ecosystem Analysis Tool (FEAT) - Stewart Allen, NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center

Thursday July 19th, 2012 – Reef Resilience: Adaptive Management in a Changing Climate - Darla White, MSc., Special Projects Coordinator, Hawaii DLNR, Division of Aquatic Resources, Maui

Thursday July 26th, 2012 – Scientists of the Future: HIMB Student Presentations
Speciation-in-action: exploring the ongoing evolution of the Arceye Hawkfish"- Jonathan Whitney, PhD Candidate, Dept. of Biology, University of Hawaii.

The Ecology of A Management Technique: Mangrove Removal in Hawaii - Margaret (Megsie) Siple, Graduate Student, Dept. of Biology, University of Hawaii.

Contact Name: Shawn Carrier
Contact Phone: (808) 397-5840
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