Hawai‘i is situated within one of the richest ecosystems on Earth . Few places on Earth support a diversity of marine and terrestrial life as splendid as the Hawaiian archipelago. From volcanic peaks to the deep ocean trenches, and spanning all kingdoms of life, students and researchers in SOEST have easy access to laboratory and field facilities that facilitate world-class research and study of some of the most unique, endangered, and endemic marine and terrestrial ecosystems on Earth.
- Coral Reefs
- Fish & Plankton
- Neurobiology & Behavior
- Marine Mammals & Sharks
- Island Biology
- Benthic Ecology
Mar 04Event Pacific Biosciences Research Center Special Seminar1:15 p.m. , POST 127
News More chances to win prizes by catching tagged pāpio
Feb 28Event Marine Biology Graduate Program Seminar3:00 p.m. , Zoom/HIMB Classrooms
Feb 26Event Pacific Biosciences Research Center Seminar12:45 p.m. , POST 127
News Catalog of coral microbes, metabolites paves the way to monitor reef health
News Bleaching reefs release compounds, promote bacteria that may stress coral further
News UH celebrates Black History Month
News Students selected to begin marine policy fellowship in D.C.