The study synthesized 10 years of datasets for the first time to get a big-picture perspective on Hawaiʻi's reef health and regional impacts and it provides a foundation for further research and informs policies to protect coral reefs.
UH Mānoa and the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights have reached a voluntary resolution agreement to resolve a Title IX compliance review that began in 2013 and involved Title IX cases from 2010 through 2016.
UH has completed 300 research cruises to Station ALOHA, about 60 miles north of Oʻahu, one of the best-sampled places in the world’s oceans with a decades-long record of how the ocean responds to climate change.
The models were used to study storm surge caused by Hurricane Iniki by comparing time series of previously observed seawater levels with the research team’s modeled seawater levels in Honolulu during the storm.
A national organization representing more than 450 editors of scholarly journals presented the 2017 Best Special Issue Award to Biography, a journal published by UH Press and the Center for Biographical Research.