UH News talks about the Hawaiian Ko‘a Card https://www.hawaii.edu/news/2020/10/02/new-coral-health-tool/
Star Advertiser Mindy Penebacker. Hanauma Bay Clarity. www.staradvertiser.com/2020/08/29/hawaii-news/hanauma-bayhas-been-recovering-since-closing-in-march-new-research-shows/
The Guardian, Megan Meyhew Bergman. Fishing Practices and Coral reef Health Interview. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/aug/26/hawaii-fish-waters-native-commercial-fishers
Hawai‘i News Now ,”A Climate for Change” Bleaching and Coral Reef. https://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/news/climate-change/
Sea Grant Zoominar Host Kanesa Seraphim talks Hanauma Bay changes during Covid-19. https://youtu.be/ULtEskB2O0E
HPR’s Catherine Cruz “The Conversation” discusses Hanauma Bay closure changes. https://www.hawaiipublicradio.org/post/conversation-whats-happened-hanauma-bay-covid-19-crisis
Hawaii News Now: During long closure, Hanauma Bay’s waters have gotten crystal clear. Chavonnie Ramos, July 2020. https://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/2020/07/21/during-long-closure-hanauma-bays-waters-have-gotten-crystal-clear/
University of Hawai‘i News: Hanauma Bay water clarity significantly improves without visitors. https://www.hawaii.edu/news/2020/07/20/hanauma-bay-water-clarity/
KHON TV Channel 2 News Lauren Day reports changes at Hanauma Bay since closure. https://www.khon2.com/local-
news/hanauma-bay-researcher- says-there-appears-to-be-more- fish-and-clearer-water/
Dr. Ku‘ulei Rodgers and Sarah Severino are featured on Voice of the Sea discussing research in Hanauma Bay
Dr. Ku‘ulei Rodgers explains how state park closures from Covid-19 can benefit sites with high usage like Hanauma Bay in this Civil Beat article.
Dr. Ku‘ulei Rodgers discusses the most recent coral bleaching event in Kāne‘ohe Bay with HPR-1’s Ryan Finnerty. Listen here.
Dr. Ku‘ulei Rodgers talks about the Hawaiian Ko‘a (Coral) Health Assessment Card in an interview on The Conversation with Hawai‘i Public Radio’s Catherine Cruz. Listen here.
Civil Beat article on the Community-based Subsistence Fishing Area in Hā‘ena, Kaua‘i.
Attend a free upcoming information session and training event! New dates coming soon!
The Hawaiian Koʻa Card is now on PacIOOS
Hawaiʻi Public Radio: Assessing Coral Health with the Koʻa Card
Listen to Ko’a Card Interview with HPR
Hawaiian Koʻa Card Outreach Events
The Coral Reef Ecology Lab is extremely grateful to the community for the overwhelming support we have seen at each of our outreach events across the islands. We have presented the Ko‘a Card in Kona Hawai‘i, Maui, O‘ahu and Kaua‘i so far and received amazing attendance, support, and feedback from many community members and organizations. We would also like to express our gratitude to the very generous organizations who were willing to host and help promote our events at each of the islands. The lab is currently planning future outreach events for the Ko‘a card on O‘ahu and in Hilo Hawai‘i in late August. Check the website for updates on future events.
Sarah Severino on Hawaii News Now – Are people loving Hanauma Bay to death? (Nov. 2018)
Are people loving Hanauma Bay to death?
Guest Blog in PeerJ by Dr. Keisha Bahr
Corals are becoming more tolerant of rising ocean temperatures
Ku‘ulei Rodgers on Hawaii News Now- A grounded sailboat damaging the reef at He‘eia fishpond (March 2018)
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Check out our article in Popular Science on bleaching events in Hanauma Bay
Hawaii’s most popular coral reefs are in big trouble
Recent study by Dr. Alan Friedlander and Dr. Ku‘ulei Rodgers et. al made headlines throughout the Hawaiian islands
Hawaii researchers tie reef fish decline to overfishing
“Theater Thursdays”- Free public talk by Dr. Keisha Bahr
Dr. Keisha Bahr spoke at Santa Monica College as part of the Distinguished Scientists Lecture Series. Check out her talk on how human shape coral reefs on iTunes.
Dr. Rodgers talks about the Coral Reef Ecology Lab
Credit: EPSCoR Hawai‘i CyberTeam
Corals under climate change: Hawai’i’s winners and losers
Guest blog post by Dr. Keisha Bahr.
The dangers of coral bleaching and its effects on Hawaiʻi’s coral reefs
Drs. Rodgers and Bahr talk about climate change implications on corals.
more at: http://www.hoaoahu.com/#!coralreefs/amem1