Marine Conservation Biology in Hawaii

Mahalo to All…
by -- January 29th, 2014


Just a quick mahalo (thank you) to all of the conservation professionals and stakeholders who took the time to meet with us on Oahu and Kauai.  Your first-hand observations and experiences are what sets this class apart and we appreciate you letting us in to your lives, on your boats, and into your field sites.

It’s currently 25 F in Beaufort and the ground is covered in snow and ice, both the Marine Lab and Main Campus are closed, so Hawaii seems a distant memory already.

Hope to see you all again next year.

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