Hawaiʻi Aquaculture Resources
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Online Resources Specific to Hawaiʻi or the Pacific Region
- Aquaculture and Aquaponics CTAHR Cooperative Extension Service: UH Manoa's College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) website is a rich source of information relating to aquaculture in Hawai'i. Most of their publications are available online for free. Search CTAHR publications by keyword
- The Center for Tropical and Subtropical Aquaculture (CTSA) website provides information supporting commercial aquaculture development, including annual statistics of U.S. aquaculture. Users can limit information to Hawai'i.
- USDA Aquaculture website provides data on aquaculture statistics, market trends, monitoring, resources, etc.
- State of Hawaii Animal Industry Division: Aquaculture in Hawai'i provides information about aquaculture in Hawai'i.
Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative provides publications searchable by keyword that were produced by researchers and scientists to inform management decisions.
- Pacific Islands Fish and Wildlife Office
- Hawai'i Pacific University Oceanic Institute is a not-for-profit organization that focuses on research and development for marine aquaculture, biotechnology, and coastal resource management.
- Sea Grant University of Hawai'i Topics: Aquaculture Page: UH Sea Grant College Program places a high priority on aquaculture, and its website highlights its aquaculture-related projects.
- The National Park Service publishes many reports on different sites in Hawai'i including fishponds. This site is searchable by keyword.
- See the NPS website results list for Fishponds.
- Historic Hawaii Foundation : Fishponds
- Hawaii Aquaculture and Aquaponics Association
- Waiwai Ola Waterkeepers Hawaiian Islands
- The National Sea Grant Library Catalog provides several open access publications, such as The Backyard Aquaculture in Hawaii: A Practical Manual.
- Best Management Practices for Hawaiian Aquaculture by Robert Howerton (2001). A 37-page booklet published by the Center for Tropical and Subtropical Aquaculture.
- The Rainfall Atlas of Hawai'i provides data for specific sites from 1978-2007. It includes an interactive map which allows you to pinpoint a spot and see its mean monthly and annual data.
Listed below are a few examples of organizations that are involved in fishpond restoration and stewardship in Hawai'i.