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AIS Team Quarterly Update (2021 Q3)

Posted on Oct 26, 2021 in Main, slider

Want updates on all Hawaii’s Invasive species? This update from the AIS Team was provided to the Hawaii Invasive Species Council(HISC) as part of their quarterly newsletter!  HISC News is a quarterly newsletter that provides: Recurring updates from active response efforts Announcements and programmatic updates from agencies and partners Upcoming events. This newsletter is sent to ...
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We’re excited to announce that the FREE Eyes of the Reef online training program is now available! We’re hoping this program will be a useful tool for virtually engaging with communities that want to learn more about coral reef ecology and possible threats to reef health. Participating is easy! Sign up at: https://training.eorhawaii.org/malama, then work through ...
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We’re outplanting sea urchins in Waikīkī and talking about the importance of urchins in helping to control invasive algae with Wesley Dukes and Kimberly Fuller from the Hawaiʻi Division of Aquatic Resources. Then, we visit the sea urchin hatchery at the Ānuenue Fisheries Research Center and talk with hatchery lead David Cohen and his team—Matthew ...
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AIS Team Quarterly Update (2021 Q1)

Posted on Mar 30, 2021 in Main, slider

The Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR) received a report of a non-native species of corallimorph in Honolulu, Oʻahu on July 13, 2020. The corallimorph was identified by a DAR biologist, David Gulko, as Discosoma nummiforme. Discosoma nummiforme was previously found in 1997 and was thought to have been fully eradicated in 2006 in the identified ...
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Hawaii Invasive Species Awareness Month (HISAM) Recorded Talks are now online and available for viewing!  View the full playlist of all the talks HERE and view the aquatic talks below.      Aquatic Invasive Species on Kauai: Salvinia, Tilapia and a new Algae   Ballast Water and Biofouling the Major Vector of Marine Introduced   ...
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The first hatchery-raised sea urchins outplanted in Kāneʻohe Bay are 10-years-old, and the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit (PCSU) and the State of Hawaiʻi Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR) are celebrating the milestone anniversary. The sea urchin hatchery, funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and DAR, successfully transplanted the first cohort in January 2011 and has since released 600,000 sea urchins ...
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View up to date HISAM Information Here: https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/hisc/2021hisam/