The laboratory of Dr.
Kim Holland (pictured right), also known as
the HIMB Shark Lab, specializes in organismic and supraorganismic biology of marine
organisms. The predominant research approach is to take advantage of the
laboratory's unique physical setting by blending rigorous laboratory work with
well-focused field experiments. The laboratory is part of the Hawai'i
Institute of Marine Biology, which is
located on Coconut Island in Kane'ohe Bay, O'ahu. To learn more about our group and the
research we do, please select from the links on the left side of this page.
can detect changes in the geomagnetic field.
Watch video (9MB) of sharks reacting to magnetic field changes.