Author Archive: Marcie Grabowski
The UH Mānoa program strives to recruit and retain Native Hawaiian and kamaʻāina students in ocean, earth and environmental science degree programs.
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa researcher Joanne Yew identifies the spidey gene that keeps insects waterproof.
UH Mānoa coral research highlights bacteria’s role in coral reef health and recovery.
SOEST researchers discover nearly 125 mile-wide “lobes” of uplift and subsidence straddling the fault system.
Virtual explorers can join the Okeanos Explorer as it explores the deepest oceanic trench on the planet, the Marianas Trench.
UH Manoa’s Margo Edwards edits special issue on the global issue of chemical munitions dumped at sea.
UH Mānoa’s Hannah Azouz and Trista McKenzie advance knowledge on radioactivity in soil and locally-caught fish.
UH Mānoa research shows toxic plankton ingestion may impact fisheries’ food chains.
UH microbiome researchers are poised to get a helping hand from White House.
Researchers estimate the probability of a magnitude 9+ earthquake in the Aleutian Islands—an event with sufficient power to create a mega-tsunami especially threatening to Hawaiʻi.