Hawaii Watersheds

 

Purpose: The purpose of this project is to have students, teachers & professional researchers who live in Hawaii's watershed areas develop & test hypotheses to understand the impacts of human behavior & natural events on its ecology.

Geological Scope: Hawaii's Watersheds are the watershed areas of: Kauai, Lanai, Oahu, Molokai, Maui and Hawaii.


Peruse and add to the Hawaii Watersheds Database. The database now includes fresh water, salt water, land, and air.

Included are the Fresh Water Field Data Entry Sheet, Help, and Glossary options.

View fresh water Native Fish, Introduced Fish, Crustaceans, and Mollusks

Participate in the Kolea bird watch.

Find out about the equipment, materials, references & services used for water quality monitoring.

See related environmental WWW sites.


This project has been partially funded by the Hawaii Department of Education, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and the Hawaii Department of Health. Contributions have been made by the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources.

Principal investigator:
Tom Speitel, Ph.D.
Curriculum Research & Development Group
1776 University Ave.
Honolulu, Hawaii #96822
Phone (808)956-6855
E-mail speitel@hawaii.edu

Last update= December 2, 2002 (Nguyen)