TCBES Natural and Cultural Resource Seminar Series - Event Details
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TCBES Natural and Cultural Resource Seminar Series
Location: Wentworth, Room 1
SUBJECT: TCBES Graduate Student Lightning Talks
SPEAKERS & PRESENTATION TITLES:
- Leah Sherwood: "Training a neural network to identify marine debris objects on the beach"
- Thathmini Kularatna: "Potential of growing underutilized crops in marginal lands of Hawai'i - Alocasia macrorrhiza and Cyrtosperma chamissonis"
- Amanda Irish: "Internship data exploration"
- Wilson Malone: "Aimakapa Fishpond: Restoration of a Hawaiian Wetland Ecosystem"
- David Arakawa: "Vocal repertoire comparison between captive and wild populations of 'Alalā"
- Erica Ta: "Improving invasive species detection in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park"
- James Melcher: "Ouch! That looks like a deep cut. You should fly a drone over it. That's what I always do when I get a cut. But I'm no doctor ... yet!"
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