PI-CASC Welcomes New Research Coordinator

Join us in welcoming Dr. Kaʻuaʻoa Fraiola to PI-CASC! Kaʻuaʻoa is originally from Oʻahu and has served as a biologist with the USFWS’s Pacific Islands Refuges and Monuments Office in Honolulu. His expertise includes local freshwater systems, mauka-to-makai approaches to management, low-lying island systems, and observational technologies.

Funding Information

For research projects that inform high-priority natural or cultural resource management issues that can benefit from climate adaptation science and traditional knowledge and respond to priority science topics identified by region. Statements of Interests are due May 23, 2024 by 11 a.m. HST / May 24, 2024 by 7 a.m. ChST.