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.
December 15, 2017

Happy holidays from the HIMB community!

The end of the year review was held this last week. Researchers and staff gathered to celebrate the accomplishment of this year while playing games and […]
October 30, 2017

Improv + Science!

On October 27, the Marine Biology Graduate Program hosted a Science Communication Workshop at HIMB. The workshop was led by Beth Lenz, PhD candidate and Improv […]
October 18, 2017

Cetaceous acoustics: the best way to learn is to listen!

  Marc O. Lammers just became affiliate faculty at HIMB for his accomplishments in Cetacean acoustics. Marc is the founder of Oceanwide Science Institute at Makawao, […]
October 6, 2017

Schmidt Ocean Institute Research Director visit to HIMB

On October 02nd, The Schmidt Ocean Institute Research Director Victor Zykov and Communication Manager Carlie Weiner visited HIMB. Victor gave a short presentation on the mission […]