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PI-CASC EVENTS

Pacific RISCC July 2024 Webinar - Invasive Species Threaten the Success of Climate Change Adaptation Efforts

Pacific RISCC July 2024 Webinar – Invasive Species Threaten the Success of Climate Change Adaptation Efforts

In this talk, Leigh Greenwood and Dr. Laura Brewington will discuss a new white paper for the U.S. federal government that offers a blueprint for transforming how invasive species are considered within U.S. climate change planning and processes.
Pacific RISCC June Webinar - When should we move species outside their range as islands change?

Pacific RISCC June Webinar – When should we move species outside their range as islands change?

In this talk, Dr. Jeff Burgett will discuss a new decision support framework for conservation introductions, the process used to develop it, and how we can ensure decisions to move species are inclusive, transparent, and defensible.
Pacific RISCC May Webinar - What are the causes and consequences of past wildfires in Hawaiʻi?

Pacific RISCC May Webinar – What are the causes and consequences of past wildfires in Hawaiʻi?

In this talk, Dr. David Pompeani with UH Mānoa, NREM Department will share his recent research on a network of new sedimentary charcoal archives which records the last 2,000 years of fire history across the Hawaiian Islands.
View from ridge top with trees and grasses looking down towards the coastline in the distance, with clouds overhead and Waianae mountains beyond

Slice of PI-CASC May 2024 Seminar

Our May "Slice of PI-CASC" seminar will be presented by Emma Yuen and Ryan Okano from Hawaiʻi's DLNR, discussing the climate science they have applied to resource management efforts on land and sea, and what new information is needed.
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