Richard W. Grigg
Department of Oceanography,
University of Hawai`i at Manoa,
1000 Pope Road,
Marine Sciences Building,
Honolulu, HI 96822
|Phone: (808) 956-7186
Fax: (808) 956-8668
- BS 1958 - Stanford University
- MS 1964 - University of Hawaii
- PhD 1970 - University of California at San Diego, Scripps Inst. of Oceanography
- Coral reef ecology
- Fisheries management
- OCN 201 - Science of the Sea
- OCN 621 - Biological Oceanography
- OCN 628 - Benthic Biological Oceanography
Ten Selected Publications
Richard W. Grigg (in press) Invasion of a deep black coral bed
by an alien species, Carijoa riisei, off Maui, Hawaii. Coral
Richard W. Grigg, Eric Grossman, Sylvia Earle, Steve Gittings,
Dave Lott and John McDonough (2002) Drowned reefs and antecedent karst
topography, Au’au Channel, S.E. Hawaiian Islands. Coral Reefs, 21
Richard W. Grigg (2001) Status of the black coral fishery in
Hawaii, 1998. Pacific Science, 55 291-299.
Richard W. Grigg (2000) Coral Reef Evolution: short term instability
versus evolutionary stasis Integrated Coastal Zone Management, Dec.
Richard W. Grigg (1999) The Paleoceanography of coral reefs in
the Pacific: 240 Ma of ocean and island history. Prometheus, 17
Richard W. Grigg (1998) Holocene coral reef accretion in Hawaii;
a function of wave exposure and sea level history. Coral Reefs,
Richard W. Grigg (1997) Benthic communitites on Loihi submarine
volcano reflect high disturbance environment. Pacific Science, 51
Richard W. Grigg (1997) Uplift caused by lithospheric flexure
in the Hawaiian Archipelago as revealed by elevated coral deposits. Marine Geology, 14111-25.
Richard W. Grigg (1997) Paleoceanography of the Hawaiian-Emperor
Archipelago - Revisited. Coral Reefs, 16 145-153.
Richard W. Grigg (1995) Coral reefs in an urban embayment in
Hawaii: a complex case history controlled by both natural
and anthropogenic stress. Coral Reefs, 14 253-266.
- Sea Grant. 2001-2003. $77,353. Sustainability of the black coral fishery
in Hawaii and impacts on bottom fish.
- HURL. 2001-2003. $275,000. Sustainability of the black coral fishery in
Hawaii and impacts on bottom fish.
- Sea Grant. 2003-2005. $55,882. Impact of an invasive invertebrate species,
Carijoa riisei, on coral reef ecology in Hawaii.
- NOAA. 2002-2003. Approximately $2,500,000. Co-Principal Investigator with
Marlin Atkinson et al., and STI. Hyperspectral analysis of coral reefs
in the Hawaiian Archipelago.