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TCBES M.S. Cohort 2020 Lighting Talks, Ignite Format, 2 of 2

Seminar: UH Hilo Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science, M.S. Cohort 2020 Lightning Talks, Ignite Format, afternoon 2 or 2

Speaker - Presentation Working Title
Silas, Krystal - We’re All Mad Here
Kubo, Kimsky - Low Land and High Elevation Forest Restoration
Kapono, Tressie - Understanding change over time through remote sensing time series of Honoliʻi and Aliʻi Drive, Hawaiʻi
Pigao, Amberly - Did you know Mauna Kea has a Montane cloud forest?
Kapono, Lauren - Sea-Level Rise Impacts on ʻŌpihi Habitat at Kalaemanō, Hawaiʻi
Robins, Casey Anuhea - Linking plant litter and litter-dwelling arthropod functional traits to predict ecological interactions.
Glazner, Jessica - Unlocking resilience drivers to inform coral reef management action
Mladinich, Stephanie - The Mosquito Chronicles: Monitoring Mosquito Abundance and Distribution in the High Elevation Forests of Hawai'i Island
Apwong, Maybeleen - Abiotic and Biotic Drivers of mangrove sedimentation and carbon burial
Springer, Whitney - Loving Dolphins to Death
Asiata, Tearina - Climate change, mosquitoes, and American Samoa

All are welcome!

For more information, contact: uhhtcbes@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7573

Tags: TCBES research seminar students Lightning talk ignite format cohort

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