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A satellite image of a boat basin along a coastline in Hagåtña, Guam, is shown. An inset image shows a close-up look of damaged property from typhoon-force winds.
- Guam

Typhoon Mawar batters Guam; PI-CASC Guam lead conducts aerial damage assessment

Typhoon Mawar delivered destructive winds to Guam from noon of May 24 to early morning of May 25.
Eight men and women are standing side by side for a picture. A man in the center, wearing a pink shirt, is holding a certificate.
- Guam

PI-CASC Guam student earns legislative recognition for environmental work

PI-CASC CARM fellow Farron Taijeron was recently recognized by Guam senators for his environmental and conservation work.
A gleeful woman is holding a mic and standing front of a PI-CASC banner.
- Guam

PI-CASC hosts climate science talks, GIS workshops at Guam sustainability conference

PI-CASC took part in the 14th annual UOG Conference on Island Sustainability, from April 11 to April 15.
a woman, back facing camera, is standing in knee-deep water and observing seabirds fly over a small island.
- Hawaiian Islands

PI-CASC researchers look at seabird, human waste impacts on coral reef health

One PI-CASC project in Hawaiʻi is looking at corals’ health and stress response to an inconspicuous nutrient source: bird poop.
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