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Coral reefs and ocean habitats of Hawai'i provide a natural laboratory for the study of marine organisms, their evolution, ecology, and human interactions. Join a new generation of graduate students at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa who are immersed in this research and will become future leaders in the world of Marine Biology.


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Click here to learn more about the Marine Biology Graduate Program at the University of Hawaii at Manoa

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News

Graduate Faculty Ruth Gates and her lab work on the 2014 coral bleaching event that affected 50-75% of the coral on some reefs in Kaneohe Bay. More about the research can be found here.
Marine Biology graduate student Whitney Goodell was awarded Best Paper in Applied Ecology category at the 95th Annual Western Society of Naturalists. Congratulations Whitney!

Presentation Title: Juvenile fish habitats: integrating science, GIS, and local knowledge to inform community-based management in Hā‘ena, Kaua‘i.

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