Tag: marine biology

BOFFFFs—big, old, fat, fertile, female fish—sustain fisheries

BOFFFFs—big, old, fat, fertile, female fish—sustain fisheries

October 24, 2014  |  Comments
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A study co-authored by UH Mānoa’s Mark Hixon suggests that large female fish are essential for replenishing fishery stocks.

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Health of coral reefs focus of lecture by Ruth Gates

Health of coral reefs focus of lecture by Ruth Gates

October 23, 2014  |  Comments
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Ruth Gates, a UH Mānoa researcher, presents “The Wonderful World of Corals: Harnessing Basic Science to Address an Ecological Crisis.”

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Importance of jellyfish falls to deep-sea ecosystem revealed

Importance of jellyfish falls to deep-sea ecosystem revealed

October 15, 2014  |  1 Comment
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New research reveals that jellyfish blooms could provide far-reaching, potentially important, food supplements to normal deep-sea food webs.

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Delving into the origins of tropical marine biodiversity

Delving into the origins of tropical marine biodiversity

June 11, 2013  |  Comments
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Marine biologists publish research explaining Hawaiʻi’s ability to both import and export marine biodiversity.

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Web tool catalogs coral and symbiotic organism data

Web tool catalogs coral and symbiotic organism data

November 8, 2011  |  Comments
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Marine biology team creates web-based application for accessing comprehensive global data on symbiotic Symbiodinium and host corals.

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APEC videos highlight UH programs

APEC videos highlight UH programs

November 7, 2011  |  Comments
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Videos highlighting University of Hawaiʻi science and health programs will play on hotel TV network during APEC.

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