Author Archive: Marcie Grabowski
New research from the Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology suggest timing of spawning predicts survival of reef fish.
Scientists from UH Mānoa and University of Tokyo revealed that two species of deep-sea sharks, sixgill and prickly sharks, are positively buoyant
Led by Ryan Ogliore at the Hawaiʻi Institute of Geophysics and Planetology, a research team investigates the oxygen isotope and mineral composition of the comet dust returned from Wild 2.
“Dating the Moon-forming impact event with asteroidal meteorites” appears in the current issue of the journal Science.
UH Mānoa professor David Karl recognized by the American Society for Microbiology with distinguished award
Researcher studying extremely remote and uninhabited reefs in an effort to understand what coral reefs would be like in the absence of humans.
New research from scientists at UH Mānoa brings into clearer focus just how dramatically Hawaiʻi beaches might change as sea level rises in the future.
Researchers found that microbial communities in different regions of the Pacific Ocean displayed strikingly similar daily rhythms in their metabolism despite inhabiting extremely different habitats.
A study on how natural and man-made sources of nitrogen are recycled through the Lake Tahoe ecosystem provides new information on how global change may affect the iconic blue lake.
The Hawaiʻi Institute for Geophysics and Planetology launches online resources consolidating existing information and new data related groundwater and geothermal resources.