MARS 6910

Current Topics in

Marine Science

Last Updated September 17, 2018

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Dr. David Hyrenbach


Office:

CTSA # 1, Oceanic Institute


Office Hours:

(HLC, 2nd floor lanai)

Tu & Th; 10:45 - 12:00

or by appointment at CTSA #1, OI

 

 

Resources


 

 

Schedule

PDFs of scientific articles are for class use only.

Please do not distribute.

 

Date
Presenter
Presentation Title
Learn More About The Topic
8 / 30


Cassie Pardee

& John Wiley

Poseidon Fisheries Research

 

Post-Release Mortality in the Hawaiian Kona Crab Fishery
9 / 6


Jennifer Lynch

National Institute of Standards and Technology

 

Marine debris research: an expanding collaboration between HPU and NIST
9 / 13


Richard Kevorkian

University of Tennessee

 

Serpentinization; oases in an ocean desert?
9 / 20


Lars Bejder

UH Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology

 

Integrating innovative technologies and traditional approaches to study resident and migratory cetaceans and to inform management
9 / 27


Camryn Allen

NOAA Marine Turtle Biology and Assessment Program

 

Feminization of green sea turtle foraging aggregations in the Pacific: establishing foraging ground sex ratios for climate change research
10 / 4


Jim Potemra

UH International Pacific Research Center

 

Estimation of near-shore flows from indirect observations

10 / 11


Robin Baird

Cascadia Research Collective

 

Research and management of an endangered cetacean: false killer whales in Hawai’i

10 / 18


Daniel Coffey

UH Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology

 

Revealing the spatial dynamics and behavior of sharks in Hawaii
10 / 25


Shannon Lyday

NOAA NMFS Habitat Conservation Division

 

Habitat Science and Conservation in West Hawaii
11 / 1

 

Jason Mehlinger


Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit.
Division of Aquatic Resources

Is that coral sick? Reporting aquatic threats with Eyes on Reef (EOR)

11 / 8


Brenda Asuncion

Loko I'a Coordinator at Kua'aina Ulu 'Auamo

 

Kulana Noi‘i: building and sustaining long-term relationships between communities and researchers

11 / 15


Shellie Habel

Coastal Lands Program. Hawai'i Sea Grant and Department of Land and Natural Resources

 

Sailing into the cryptic: a voyage through the topic of sea level rise
11 / 29


Megan Donahue

UH Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology

 

Fore-C:  Forecasting coral disease outbreaks in the tropical Pacific

 

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