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Dr. Bill Walsh, aquatic biologist with the Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, will address the issue of aquarium collecting in West Hawaii and separate myth from reality at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday (Dec 6) at Kealakehe High School Library.

Reef Talk: ‘Myth and Reality’ The aquarium fishery in West Hawaii

Dr. Bill Walsh, aquatic biologist with the Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, will address the issue of aquarium collecting in West Hawaii and separate myth from reality at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday (Dec 6) at Kealakehe High School Library.

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Reef Talk on ocean acidification (Oct. 4)

Reef Talk on ocean acidification (Oct. 4)

WHEN: 6:30-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4 WHERE: Kealakehe High School Library, Kailua-Kona This month’s topic will be ocean acidification presented by Dr. Paul Jokiel. Jokiel is a full time researcher at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and has been conducting research on coral reef ecology at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology since 1969. […]

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ReefTalk: The Open Ocean Creatures At Night (Jan. 26)

MEDIA RELEASE * Kealakehe High School Library, Tuesday, January 26th, from 6:30 to 8:00pm. Mr. Matthew D’Avella, noted videographer, shares his adventures with open ocean night diving. He has captured outrageous strange and fantastic deep water creatures on HD film for you to enjoy without getting wet and cold! For further information call, Sara Peck […]

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New technologies for water quality monitoring on agenda

MEDIA RELEASE ReefTalk: 6:30-8:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 9, Kealakehe High School library. Topic: New Technologies for Water Quality Monitoring The Hawaii Ocean Observing Systems Near Shore Sensor Groups representative, Dr. Ross Timmerman, will share the latest approaches (instrumentation) to water quality monitoring including Autonomous  Underwater Vessels.    He will describe the study area, the challenges […]

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Reef Talk: Hawaii’s irreplaceable manta rays

MEDIA RELEASE Dr. Tim Clark, a researcher from the University of Hawaii, will present new information about Kona’s manta rays’ life history including daily foraging habits, why manta rays are attracted to popular Kona coast dive sites and why this and other discrete ray populations are in peril.  Efforts to protect manta rays in Hawaii […]

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