Author Archive: Marcie Grabowski
Whitlow W. L. Au has been named recipient of the gold medal of the Acoustical Society of America for contributions to understanding underwater biosonar.
Researchers identified key and novel components of the molecular “toolkit” that allow corals to build their skeletons and described when these components are used.
New study co-authored by UH Mānoa assistant professor Craig Nelson explores how microbialization destroys links in delicate marine food chain.
Using µCT (micro-computed tomography) scans, UH Mānoa’s Nyssa Silbiger and colleagues were able to calculate detailed bioerosion rates on coral reefs.
In the microscopic life that thrives around coral reefs researchers have discovered an interplay between viruses and microbes that defies conventional wisdom.
New research suggest humans are releasing carbon about 10 times faster than during any event in the past 66 million years.
During a test dive, the Hawaiʻi Undersea Research Laboratory recovered the bronze bell from the I-400—a World War II-era Imperial Japanese Navy mega-submarine.
Bin Chen, assistant researcher in the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, has received the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award.
UH Mānoa professor Mark Hixon recognized as a first-cohort Fellow of the International Society for Reef Studies
The research highlights the important role played by plankton in the climate system.