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West Hawaii Integrated Ecosystem Assessment Results

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Place-Based Ecosystem Management: Adapting Integrated Ecosystem Assessment Processes for Developing Scientifically and Socially Relevant Indicator Portfolios

We reviewed indicator development case studies from seven different social-ecological systems over the first 10 years of the NOAA integrated ecosystem assessment program, with the goals of identifying effective strategies.
February 02, 2021 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Ecosystem Modeling in the Pacific

Models can be used to explore changing ecosystem dynamics, impacts from climate change, and scenarios for resource management.

Working Together to Understand Social and Ecological Connections in West Hawai‘i

The Hawaiian Islands are surrounded by a complex and dynamic marine ecosystem—home to creatures like corals, reef fish, manta rays, and turtles. An environmental backbone to the economy and well-being of its communities, the marine environment and Hawai
June 13, 2018 - Feature Story ,

Scientific Expedition Returns to West Hawaiʻi to Study Marine Ecosystems

West Hawaiʻi Integrated Ecosystem Assessment studies the coastal ocean of West Hawaiʻi Island—a region inhabited by bright reef fish, sea turtles, spinner dolphins, bottomfish, and mysterious deep-sea creatures.
April 17, 2017 - Feature Story ,