Author Archive: Marcie Grabowski
An international team of scientists have reconstructed the extreme collision that created one of the moon’s largest craters, 3.8 billion years ago.
UH Mānoa’s Margo Edwards worked with 17-year-old Christopher Lindsay in developing new methods to observe marine life using underwater time-lapse cameras.
The fellowships for Hawaiʻi high school graduates will help increase the number of qualified Hawaiʻi students and professionals pursuing environmental resource management careers.
Top U.S. scientists, including two UH Mānoa professors, pen open letter on climate urgency.
Researchers complete a 20-year study to comprehensively document mesophotic coral ecosystems throughout the Hawaiian Archipelago.
The CHOW Project has extended their services to include wound care and client education.
UH Mānoa’s Philip Thompson explores the many factors affecting sea level and how those factors affected their measurements.
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.