Indigenous practices can assist recovery of endangered waterbirds

A team of interdisciplinary researchers at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and Kamehameha Schools published evidence that indigenous practices in Hawaii expand waterbird habit in the face of rising seas. HIMB's Kawika Winter, Associate Professor of Aina Sciences and Heeia NERR Reserve Manager co-authored the paper published in Anthopocene.
May 27, 2022

UH Awarded $20M to Support State-Wide Climate Resilience Through Data Science

SOEST News, first published May 20, 2022. The National Science Foundation has awarded the University of Hawaiʻi’s Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (Hawaiʻi EPSCoR) a five-year $20-million grant to […]
May 8, 2022

HIMB Educational Intern Continues Coral Research in Palau

UH, first published April 7, 2022 Palau is an island nation with strong ties to Hawaiʻi, a rich history of the application of traditional ecological knowledge to natural […]
May 3, 2022

HIMB Recruits Ruth D. Gates Endowed Chair Position in Coral Reef Systems (UPDATED)

Photo Credit: Elyse Butler Ruth D. Gates Endowed Chair in Coral Reef Systems Updated Application Deadline: July 15, 2022 The Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology is […]