Special Thanks to
The multitude of individuals and organizations that supported the development of the Coral Health Atlas.
Without you, all this would not have been possible.
Coral Health Atlas was Largely Supported by:
- UH Hilo Spatial Data Analysis and Visualization (SDAV) Lab -
- The EPSCoR Coral Health Cross-Cutting grant (NSF Grant No. EPS-0903833) -
- National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Hawaii Sea Grant College Program - (Project 42.R/HE-4 to Misaki Takabayashi)
- National Science Foundation Center for Research Excellence in Science and Technology - (Grant No. 0833211 for the Center in Tropical Ecology and Evolution in Marine and Terrestrial Environments)
- EPA STAR Fellowship Assistance Agreement - (Fellowship no. FP-91768001-0 to John Burns)
Please take the time to read more about our Supporters, Sponsors and Friends.
The mission of EPSCoR is to assist the National Science Foundation in its statutory function “to strengthen research and education in science and engineering throughout the United States.”
The International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN) aims to be a global reference for the development of coastal web atlases.
Marine Science is a well-rounded and multi-disciplinary program which has been carefully designed to take full advantage of the unique variety of marine environments available for study around the island of Hawaiʻi.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 "to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare.
Part of a national network of 32 programs that promote better understanding, conservation, and use of coastal resources.
As the public system of higher education in Hawai‘i, UH offers opportunities as unique and diverse as our Island home.
Information on various methods used to research coral health
Explore and compare data between sites, species, or by specific diseases
Information about Coral Health and why it is important