Our December “Slice of PI-CASC” seminar will be presented by Dr. Shimi Rii and her research partners, who will discuss their work with students, researchers, and Indigenous practitioners to co-design community-driven research projects in Heʻeia.
Coastal hazards and adaptation
Brad Romine co-authored a recent editorial letter emphasizing the importance of including climate and sea-level rise projections in future planning.
Our November “Slice of PI-CASC” seminar will be presented by Dr. Kirsten Oleson and her research partners, who will present their evaluation of applying ridge-to-reef management techniques for improved resilience in Palau.
PI: Megan Donahue, Marine Researcher, HIMB, UH Mānoa
Co-PIs: Jessica Glazner, Dept of Marine Biology, UH Mānoa; Chad Wiggins, Palmyra Program Director, The Nature Conservancy
Our 2022 SURF season ended last week with a hybrid final symposium for the students to present their summer work.
Our September “Slice of PI-CASC” seminar will be presented by Dr. John Burns, Assistant Professor at UH Hilo, who will discuss his collaborative project with Alaska CASC using innovative technology to analyze how river discharge affects coastal ecosystems.
USGS PI CASC Science Coordinator Heather Kerkering shares some of highlights from her Our Ocean conference and Palau experience.
PI: Richard MacKenzie, Research Ecologist, USDA FS Pacific Southwest Research Station
Co-PI: Maybeleen Apwong, TCBES, UH Hilo
PI-CASC, with its partner Hawaiʻi Sea Grant and other university and government partners, conducted a series of conversations focused on sea-level rise, bringing together focus groups from university and government science and resource management organizations to address ongoing and emerging science information needs while maximizing shared capacity and avoiding duplication of efforts.
The Science to Management and Policy Professional Development Workshop for PI-CASC Scholars is set for March 2, 2022 HST / March 3, 2022 CHST.