GES student, Peter Felicijan participated in an internship with the PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor Group led by Margaret McManus, professor and chairwoman of the Department of…
Recent GES graduate, Michaela Johnson studied embryonic Siphonaria normalis, which is a native false limpet that is abundant in the rocky intertidal areas around Hawaiʻi. During her project, Johnson discovered that Hawaiʻi’s intertidal waters can sometimes reach temperatures that lead to higher mortality of these animals.
The Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) within the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa is receiving $3.08 million in competitive funding for the first year of this five-year award to collect, manage and serve coastal and ocean observing and forecasting data.
Congratulations to recent graduate, Sean Mahaffey, for securing a spot as a finalist for the 2022 Knauss Fellowship program!