Our September “Slice of PI-CASC” seminar will be presented by Dr. Judith Drexler and Helen Raine who will discuss the protocol they developed to prioritize coastal wetlands sites on Molokaʻi for restoration.
The April 2023 Pacific RISCC-Pacific Fire Exchange webinar will share how wildfires and climate change affect ecosystems and natural resources.
The January 2023 Pacific RISCC webinar will discuss efforts to predict the climate future for Hawaiʻi using multiple information sources and methods of projection.
PI-CASC and Alaska CASC scientists and students came together in November 2022 in Hawaiʻi for a projects site visit.
PI: Leah Bremer, Assistant Specialist and Conservation Scientist, UH Mānoa
Co-PI: Tressa Hoppe, Botany Department, UH Mānoa
PI-CASC and Alaska CASC scientists and students came together in late July to build upon collaborative efforts in research across both regions.
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.
Five students completed projects in climate adaptation science for the 2022 SURF program, investigating fire-prone invasive grasses, spillover effects of Marine Protected Areas, shifts in estuarine fish biodiversity, optimal regeneration conditions for koa, and effects of marine warming on different phytoplankton strains.
The Science to Management and Policy Professional Development Workshop for PI-CASC Scholars is set for March 2, 2022 HST / March 3, 2022 CHST.
PI: Tracy Wiegner, Associate Professor of Marine Science, UH Hilo
Co-PIs: Walter Boger, TCBES, UH Hilo; Steven Colbert, Assistant Professor of Marine Science, UH Hilo