Watershed Conservation in the Waipā Stream Watershed Near Hanalei Bay, Kaua‘iDate: November 17, 2021

Speaker: Mr. Matt Rosener Abstract: The Waipā Foundation is restoring the physical and cultural vibrancy of the Waipā ahupua‘a through the creation of a Hawaiian community center and learning center. The non-profit Foundation, through a lease and partnership with Kamehameha…

Building a Network of Projects Mauka to Makai to Protect and Restore Maunalua BayDate: November 3, 2021

Speaker: Dr. Pam Weiant Abstract: Please join us and learn about Mālama Maunalua, an organization dedicated to “restoring the health of Maunalua Bay through habitat restoration, science and planning, and education and outreach.” Maunalua Bay, located in Hawai‘i Kai along…

What Does Sustainable Yield Sustain? What (and Who) is Left Out?Date: October 20, 2021

Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Scheuer Abstract: The Hawai‘i Water Code mandates groundwater management by the determination of Sustainable Yields (SY), a modification of the “safe yield” concept forwarded over a century ago. The Water Commission, trustees of the water resources trust,…

Combining Machine Learning with Physics Information in Water Resources EngineeringDate: September 22, 2021

Speaker: Dr. Jonghyun Harry Lee Abstract: Machine learning (ML) has become an important component of data science and can be applied to improving water resources engineering within diverse geoscience communities. In this presentation, I will briefly show an overview of…