Our November “Slice of PI-CASC” seminar will be presented by Dr. Clay Trauernicht, Fire and Ecosystem Specialist at UH Mānoa and Lead at the Pacific Fire Exchange .
PI: John Burns, Assistant Professor of Marine Science, UH Hilo
Co-PI: Walter Boger, TCBES, UH Hilo
PI: Judith Drexler, Research Hydrologist, USGS California Water Science Center
Co-Is: James Jacobi, Biologist, USGS Pacific Island Ecosystems Research Center; Curt Storlazzi, Research Geologist, USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center
PI: Crawford Drury, Affiliate Researcher, Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology, UH Mānoa
Six students completed projects in climate adaptation science for the 2021 SURF program, investigating stream flow quality and variability, coastal erosion, fish thermal tolerance, fishpond phytoplankton distribution, and reef microplastics.
PI: Dennis LaPointe, Research Ecologist, USGS Pacific Island Ecosystems Research Center
Mangrove forests and the benefits they provide to Micronesian ecosystems and communities are threatened by accelerating sea-level rise and human activities. Read this factsheet to learn more.
PI-CASC Federal Director Mari-Vaughn Johnson joins with AK CASC Federal Director Stephen Gray to present a webinar in July about progress on the exciting new PI-AK Collaboration.
PI: Yoshimi Rii, Research Coordinator, He’eia NERR/HIMB, UH Mānoa
Co-Is: Rob Toonen, Research Professor, HIMB, UH Mānoa; Kawika Winter, Reserve Manager, Heʻeia NERR/HIMB, UH Mānoa
A recent publication details the methods used to develop and maintain a unique Marshallese agroforestry website created by PI-CASC researchers.