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Aerial photograph of Kwajalein Atoll showing its low-lying islands and coral reefs.
- USAPI

Increase in Wave-Driven Flooding Events on Roi-Namur

A series of waves washed over Roi-Namur in early 2024 causing substantial flooding, damaging infrastructure, and contaminating fresh groundwater aquifers. Wave mechanics help to explain what happened.
Climate conference showcases actionable science
- Hawaiian Islands

Climate conference showcases actionable science

Hawaiʻi Climate Week was full of events centered on climate change in Hawaiʻi, hosted by a suite of local organizations concerned with changing climate conditions in the islands.
Farron stands visits an area affected by wild fires.
- Guam

PI-CASC fellow named finalist in environmental journalism competition

Guam CARM student Farron Taijeron has been selected as a finalist for his video essay submission to the Planet Forward 2024 Storyfest competition.
View across barren laval flows, dropping to a sunken caldera floor, with white cumulus clouds on the horizon
- Hawai’i Island, Hawaiian Islands

Fostering collaboration: An Earth to Sky workshop for Hawaiʻi climate science educators

PI-CASC collaborated with partners to host an immersive, three-day climate communication course for educators, equipping them with knowledge and tools for place-based climate curriculum development.
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