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Posted on | March 25, 2011 | Comments Off

Three students from the Hilo master’s program in tropical conservation biology and environmental science will go to Cornell University to complete their research as part of the Cornell-Hawaiʻi Graduate Field Research Laboratory.

Ambyr Mokiao-Lee, Kainana Francisco and Troy Sakihara joined a group of 14 PhD students from Cornell’s tropical field ecology course in January to collect data for their projects on the wiliwili ecology and anchialine pond hydrology in West Hawaiʻi. They will spend two weeks in April at the Cornell campus in Ithaca, New York, to prepare their data for publication.

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