Marine Conservation Biology in Hawaii

Welcome to Marine Conservation Biology – Hawaii 2014
by -- January 14th, 2014

Please follow us as we explore the challenges associated with managing and protecting the biodiversity of Hawaii’s marine megafauna – monk seals, albatrosses, spinner dolphins and green turtles.  Each of our intrepid CEM students will post blogs, images and videos of their experiences on Oahu and Kauai as they meet and work with a diverse group of stakeholders.  We’ll be posting daily for the next two weeks and invite you to accompany us on the journey.

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