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Hawaii, Climate Change, Science, Blog Post
Haleakala Silversword
2/1/2016

A new study, published in Climate Change Responses, points to how a shift in atmospheric circulation patterns may make a difference in the survival of silversword populations. Paul Krushelnycky, ecologist at University of Hawai‘i-Mānoa, led the research to study the effects of changes in temperature, precipitation, and solar radiation on populations of silverswords over 80 years of data records.

Hawaii, Climate Change, Science, Blog Post
Pandanus trees, Keaukaha, Hawaiʿi
1/21/2016

The Pacific Pandanus is a quarterly newsletter co-created by the Pacific Islands Climate Science Center and the Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative. The theme for our second issue, January 2016, is Vulnerability and Resilience

Hawaii, Climate Change, Conservation, Science, External News
Flower in HAVO National Park
11/24/2015
Climate change is expected to alter the seasonal and annual patterns of rainfall and temperature in the Hawaiian Islands. This is a major concern for resource managers at Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park (HAVO) where current preserves for listed species may no longer provide suitable habitat in the future as climate changes.
Hawaii, Climate Change, Conservation, Science, External News
Coral Reef
10/23/2015
In order to better reach their members, partners, and affiliates across the Pacific, the Pacific Islands Climate Science Center (PI CSC) and the Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative (PICCC) have developed a quarterly newsletter, the Pacific Pandanus. The newsletter includes climate change related projects, upcoming events and opportunities, and climate action taking place across the U.S.-affiliated Pacific islands!
Hawaii, Climate Change, Conservation, Science, External News
PI CSC Fellow Heather Kimball at the NW Boot Camp
9/27/2015
Being born many thousands of years too late to see a glacier in the Tropics, Heather Kimball traveled to the wilds of Washington State primarily to engage in the 2015 Climate Boot Camp, hosted by the Northwest Climate Science Center.
Climate Change, Science, External News
Big Island Hawaii
8/27/2015
The Pacific Islands Climate Science Center (PI CSC) and Pacific Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) are partnering to co-host a brown-bag presentation/webinar on September 15: “Exploring Theory and Application of Regional Downscaling.” Guest researchers Ethan Gutman (National Center for Atmospheric Research [NCAR]), Martyn Clark (NCAR,) and Jeremy Littell (Alaska Climate Science Center) will discuss three challenges associated with using climate models.
Hawaii, Climate Change, Conservation, Science, External News
Honoli'i Beach, Hawaii
8/21/2015
Dr. Puniwai’s research has focused on discovering the interactions between people and their ocean environment by combining sensor data and human experience to infer future characteristics of the changing marine environment.
Hawaii, Climate Change, Conservation, Science, Press Release
Maui Stream
8/21/2015

Thursday, September 3 at 11:00 AM HST [2 PM PDT/ 5 PM EDT/ 9 PM UTC/ Friday, Sept. 4, 7 AM ChST]
 
Presented by: Maoya Bassiouni
Pacific Islands Water Science Center, US Geological Survey

Hawaii, Climate Change, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
7/23/2015

Hawai‘i, the name alone elicits images of rhythmic traditional dancing, breathtaking azure sea coasts and scenes of vibrant birds flitting through lush jungle canopy. Unfortunately, the future of many native Hawaiian birds looks grim as diseases carried by mosquitoes are due to expand into higher elevation safe zones.

U.S. Geological Survey, Hawaii, Climate Change, Oceans, Press Release
Honoli'i Beach Park
6/9/2015

Dr. Elison Timm will explain his research projects and his understanding of the extent that it is possible to estimate the effects of global warming on severe rainfall events, the length of dry-spells and the magnitude of extreme daily rainfall amounts.

U.S. Geological Survey, Hawaii, Climate Change, Oceans, Press Release
Hawai'i
6/8/2015

Students participating in the Pacific Internship Programs for Exploring Science (PIPES) will communicate findings from their research to the local communities to help integrate cultural, community, and experimental approaches to resource management.

U.S. Geological Survey, Northern Marianas Islands, Insular Affairs, Climate Change, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
6/3/2015

Coral reefs are sensitive to changes in the marine environment, including changes to temperature and pollution. Scientists and managers working on this project sought to assess the resilience of reefs in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

National Park Service, U.S. Geological Survey, Hawaii, Climate Change, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
5/28/2015

It is a challenge to communicate how climate science affects our families, communities, islands, and world. So, how do we engage in climate science conversations with diverse groups of people? Science games at the BioBlitz!

U.S. Geological Survey, Hawaii, Climate Change, Conservation, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
4/14/2015

Studies of stream flow in Hawai'i will provide critical information for managing limited freshwater resources, and for understanding how climate change may impact ecosystems, agriculture, and communities that are entirely dependent on freshwater.

U.S. Geological Survey, Hawaii, Insular Affairs, Climate Change, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
4/7/2015

Agriculture and agroforestry are important activities for small islands to ensure food security and human health but these activities are threatened by climate change. Researchers are working on a "dashboard" to help island communities adapt.

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