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How the Big Island's alpine plants respond to climate change

Location: UH Hilo Science & Technology Building (STB) Room #108

A Maunakea Speaker Series presentation by Dr. James Juvik, who specializes primarily in tropical forest climate, hydrology, ecology, paleo-ecology and international wildlife conservation and ecological studies. In 1958, a botanical survey by noted Pacific Island botanist Raymond Fosberg recorded the various native plants growing along the Maunaloa access road. Dr. Juvik and his team resurveyed the Maunaloa plants again after 50 years (2008) and 60 years (2018). He will present fascinating study findings including changing patterns of alpine native and alien plants on Maunakea.

For more information, contact: (808) 933-0734

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