Fishpond sees dramatic turn after removal of invasive plants

Fishpond sees dramatic turn after removal of invasive plants

  • August 6, 2019
The two-year project, led by the Hawaiʻi Sea Grant Program, removed an island of invasive red mangroves and replaced them with native plants, and studies show that the fishpond’s ecosystem and water quality have improved dramatically.
Whale moms, calves whisper to avoid predators

Whale moms, calves whisper to avoid predators

  • August 2, 2019
The findings of an international team of researchers, including Lars Bejder from the UH Marine Mammal Research Program, shed light on southern right whales communication.
Cleopatra’s ancient perfume recreated

Cleopatra’s ancient perfume recreated

  • July 30, 2019
UH Mānoa professors Robert Littman and Jay Silverstein have recreated Cleopatra’s ancient perfume, which will be showcased in a National Geographic exhibit.