Author Archive: Marcie Grabowski
New research determined that the relationship between La Niña and rainfall in Hawaiʻi has changed and recent La Niña years have brought less-than-normal rainfall.
UH researchers detail the development and utility of a computer model for the dispersion of volcanic smog or “vog.”
Researchers discover a new way to predict the spatial extent of bedrock weathering.
UH Mānoa postdoctoral researcher Malte Stuecker recognized with European Geosciences Union award.
Recent publications co-authored by UH Mānoa researcher Margaret McFall-Ngai urge governments to support coordinated research effort on microbiomes.
Research by two recent UH Mānoa graduates sheds new light on Hawaiʻi’s past and current natural environment.
Ocean Station ALOHA has been designated a Milestones in Microbiology site by the American Society for Microbiology.
Pacific Biosciences Research Center researchers identified a single gene in fruit flies that controls male pheromone production, male fertility and, surprisingly, the fertility of rival males.
UH Mānoa’s Chris Measures and Mariko Hatta part of firts U.S. Coast Guard team to reach the North Pole unaccompanied.
David Karl was awarded the 2015 Balzan Prize in recognition of his lifetime of impactful research in the field of microbial oceanography.