Marine Conservation Biology in Hawaii

The Greatest Management Challenge

As far as marine protected areas go, the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument is pretty unique. It is one of the […]

Loved to Death

With the (repeat) exception of Bubbie’s Ice Cream, Hanauma Bay is the first location to which we’ve returned on our […]

“I Like My Fish Like I Like My Women…

…fresh and a little fatty.”  This morning we simultaneously started late and early. Having spent the last week mentally preparing […]

Talking story with William Aila

It’s easy to recount the events of a day in a blog. We went here, we met with so and […]

Watching people watching whales

Today, our mission was simple: to understand ecotourism, we became ecotourists. To that end, we joined 75 tourists aboard the […]

Street Sweepers and Spinner Dolphins

Why anyone would decide that three o’clock in the morning is a good time to run a loud, obnoxious street […]

How Stuff Gets Done

We started the day a little later than usual, which allowed us all much needed time to recover from the […]

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