MARS 6910



Last Updated August 21, 2017

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Dr. David Hyrenbach



CTSA # 1, Oceanic Institute

Office Hours:

(HLC, 2nd floor lanai)

Tu & Th; 10:45 - 12:00

Th; 14:30 - 15:30

or by appointment at CTSA #1, OI






Course Schedule

PDFs of scientific articles are for class use only.

Please do not distribute.


8 / 31

Jon Adsem

Advanced Telemetry Systems


Advances in Technology for Wilfdlife Management
9 / 7

Allen Andrews

NOAA Fisheries


Bombs and Blue Marlin (Makaira nigricans): confirmation of rapid growth
9 / 14

Danny Coffey

University of Hawaii at Manoa


Revealing the spatial dynamics and behavior of sharks in Hawaii
9 / 21

Dustin Moss

Oceanic Institute


Shrimp Research at Oceanic Institute of Hawaii Pacific University and Its Impact on Global Shrimp Aquaculture
9 / 28

Brad Romine

University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program


Sea Level Rise Vulnerability and Adaptation in Hawaii
10 / 5

Eric Gilman

The Nature Conservancy


Risk Factors for Seabird Bycatch in the Hawaii Longline Tuna Fishery
10 / 12

Zac Forsman

Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology


Coral secrets uncovered by DNA and cultivation
10 / 19

Chad Callan

Oceanic Institute


Yellow Tang culture progress at Oceanic Institute and "next steps" for marine ornamental aquaculture in Hawaii
10 / 26

David Hyrenbach



Seabird Ecology and Sustainable Management of Oceanic Islands: A Chilean Perspective


11 / 2

Melissa Jung



Polymer Identification of Plastic Debris Ingested by Pelagic Sea Turtles in the Central Pacific
11 / 9

Kalani Quiocho

NOAA Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument


The reestablishment of the NWHI as a Hawaiian place
11 / 16

Amanda Bradford

NOAA Cetacean Research Program


Finding mobile needles in a moving haystack: counting whales and dolphins in Hawaiian waters
11 / 30

Olivia Nigro



Microbial life in the ocean basement: How low can we go?


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