Author Archive: Marcie Grabowski
The Hawaiʻi Natural Energy Institute is providing environmental monitoring, independent wave energy conversion device power performance and durability analysis and critical marine logistical support.
UH Manoa’s Chris Wall was selected for the Science to Achieve Results fellowship to support his research on the impacts of near-shore stressors on coral reefs.
UH Mānoa’s Philip Thompson of the Sea Level Center examined 25 years of interactions between the atmosphere and the ocean surface.
Michael Garcia, a UH Mānoa geology professor, was featured on PBS NewsHour for his research on Kīlauea.
SOEST’s Steven Businger explores how long-range lightning can improve storm forecasting.
A study led by UH Mānoa’s Diva Amon discovered impressive diversity among the creatures living on the seafloor in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone.
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.