Geologists Steve Lundblad and Cheryl Gansecki will each give a free public presentation in January on tracking activity at Kīlauea caldera and Maunaloa, respectively.
The students presented their own research on using oral histories of sea voyaging to support community engagement in climate change adaptation.
A group of scientists from Hawai‘i and Alaska are sharing cross-regional research and cultural knowledge with each other in support of climate adaptation.
While UH Hilo geology students take a field trip to view the flow in person, university researchers work with Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory staff to collect and analyze samples of fresh lava.
Classification of the Columbellidae family of marine snails has always been done through the study of shells and feeding traits. But Marta deMaintenon is modernizing that system with her genetic data of the species.
The goal of the project is to develop a screening tool that can be used by pharmacists to better address potential medication adherence barriers for Hawai‘i’s indigenous populations.
Associate Professor John Burns is a research scientist studying coral health with special focus on the ways coral mortality affects the ecology and biology of coral reef ecosystems.
Sasha Nealand, a doctoral student at UH Hilo’s pharmacy college, is the recipient of a national $20K fellowship from the American Association of University Women aimed to tackle barriers women face in education.