News items about HIMB faculty.

April 27, 2020

Tiger Sharks Serve as Mobile Oceanographers in UH Research

HIMB’s Kim Holland, and his team, have been collecting data from tiger shark tags off O’ahu and Maui. These sharks play a big role in measuring […]
April 22, 2020

Rare Video Captures Humpback Whale Nursing Behaviors in UH Mānoa Research

HIMB’s Marine Mammal Research Program capture rare footage of a humpback whales nursing their calves. To see the video and learn more about the project, visit […]
April 15, 2020

The Coronavirus Has Been Good For Hanauma Bay

HIMB’s Ku’ulei Rodgers and a team of scientists are taking advantage of the absence of visitors at Hanauma Bay to study the impact of humans on […]
April 8, 2020

Genetic Structure is Stronger Across Human-Impacted Habitats than Among Islands in the Coral Porites lobata

A new study by Kaho Tisthammer, Zac Forsman, Rob Toonen, and Robert Richmond was recently published in PeerJ. Their paper focused on how human-induced environmental stressors […]
February 24, 2020

Whitlow W. L. Au: July 31, 1940 – February 12, 2020

We are deeply saddened to lose our dear colleague Whit Au.  Please visit the HIMB obituary to learn more about Whit’s contributions.   Dr. Au’s Tribute Obituary February 26 […]
February 20, 2020

HIMB’s Judy Lemus Joins Team of UH Manoa Faculty to Win One of 16 UH Manoa Provost’s Strategic Investment Competition Awards

This competition is designed to increase cross-unit and cross-disciplinary collaboration in strategic areas that, with start-up funding, have a strong possibility for success in building on UH Mānoa’s strengths […]
February 14, 2020

HIMB and Partners Gather to Discuss Hawaii Coral Bleaching and Restoration

View proceedings from a two day symposium at HIMB that brought scientists and resource managers together to explore future conservation strategies. Click here for the full […]
January 16, 2020
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Shark Study: Old Fishing Hooks Remain Threat to Sharks

HIMB’s Carl Meyer and team of researchers find startling data off an eight-year tiger shark study in French Polynesia. The study shows the severe impacts faced […]