HISC Brown Bag Presentation #7
Title: Rapid Ohia Death: A slow fire in Hawaii’s native forest
Presenter: Ambyr Mokiao-Lee, Research Corporation of UH
Date: June 22, 2017
Summary: Rapid Ohia Death, a disease caused by invasive fungi, is a major threat to our native ohia forests. Ambyr Mokiao-Lee provides an update on this important disease and the efforts underway to detect, control, and limit spread of this disease.
The HISC Brown Bag Series is an ongoing set of informal lunchtime presentations to facilitate information sharing among partners and stakeholders. Presentations are are announced via the HISC email list and remote access is provided by WebEx. View other presentations in the HISC Brown Bag series at https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/hisc/category/brownbag/