In this webinar, Dr. Jonathan Price from the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo will discuss how modeling vegetation communities in Hawaiʻi can be used to inform restoration, invasive species management, and climate change.
In this webinar, Dr. Kasey Barton, from the University of Hawaiʻi School of Life Sciences, will discuss seedling drought and salinity tolerance across a diverse range of native and invasive Hawaiian plants and climate change implications.
The September 2023 Pacific RISCC webinar featured a presentation on the changes in vegetation observed in Hawaiʻi from 2010-2019 by the USFS Forest Inventory & Analysis Program.
The July 2023 Pacific RISCC webinar will feature a presentation on the critical connection between groundwater dependent ecosystems of macroalgae in Kona, Hawaiʻi, and the effects of climate change on those systems.
The June 2023 Pacific RISCC webinar will feature presentations on the conservation of Hawaiian anchialine ecosystems and Fishponds in the face of Climate Change
The May 2023 Pacific RISCC webinar will feature a presentation on prioritizing management for restoration of seabird populations amid impacts of climate change and invasive species.
The April 2023 Pacific RISCC-Pacific Fire Exchange webinar will share how wildfires and climate change affect ecosystems and natural resources.
Our April “Slice of PI-CASC” seminar will be presented by Dr. Elliott Parsons and Dr. Glenn Dulla who will discuss efforts across the Pacific to tackle the interwoven threats of climate change and invasive species.
PI: Elliott Parsons, Pacific RISCC Specialist, UH Mānoa
The January 2023 Pacific RISCC webinar will discuss efforts to predict the climate future for Hawaiʻi using multiple information sources and methods of projection.