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New Publication in Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment: Non-native Fallows Hold High Potential for Restoration Through AgroforestryNovember 2022

  A new study by Dr. Zoe Hastings (WRRC Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Life Sciences, UHM), Dr. Tamara Ticktin (Professor, School of Life Sciences), Dr. Leah Bremer (UHERO and WRRC Faculty Researcher), Maile Wong (WRRC undergraduate researcher), and Kanekoa Kukea-Schultz…
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New Publication by Clifford Voss—Effect of Flow-Direction-Dependent Dispersivity on Seawater Intrusion in Coastal AquifersAugust 2022

  WRRC Affiliate Faculty Clifford Voss and colleagues recently published “Effect of Flow-Direction-Dependent Dispersivity on Seawater Intrusion in Coastal Aquifers” in Water Resources Research. The article describes an approach that has been used in the USGS SUTRA code (variable-density groundwater flow and…
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New Publication by Leah Bremer — Managing for Diverse Coastal Uses and Values Under Sea Level Rise: Perspectives from O‘ahu, Hawai‘iiJune 2022

Congratulations to Leah Bremer and colleagues who published “Managing for Diverse Coastal Uses and Values Under Sea Level Rise: Perspectives from Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi” in Ocean and Coastal Management (Volume 225, 15 June 2022, 106151). Effective and equitable coastal decision-making under…
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Protecting Hawai‘i’s Groundwater Benefits Native Marine MacroalgaeJanuary 2022

As part of a WRRC project lead by Leah Bremer, a team of University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa researchers, including Henrietta Dulai and Celia Smith, compiled results of previous hydrological and algal studies to investigate the relationship between SGD and algal species in southeast…
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New Publication by Michael Mezzacapo—Water Resources Extension: Empowering Action Through KnowledgeDecember 2021

Congratulations to Michael Mezzacapo (WRRC affiliate researcher) and colleagues who published “Water Resources Extension: Empowering Action Through Knowledge” in the Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education (Issue 174: Water Resources Extension). Critical water issues such as access to safe drinking water, flooding, drought,…
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BOOK RELEASE BY DR. NIELS GROBBE — SEISMOELECTRIC EXPLORATION: THEORY, EXPERIMENTS, AND APPLICATIONSFEBRUARY 2021

WRRC’s affiliate researcher Dr. Niels Grobbe and co-authors André Revil, Zhenya Zhu, and Evert Slob have published a book entitled “Seismoelectric Exploration: Theory, Experiments, and Applications (Geophysical Monograph Series).” Why is seismoelectric exploration so significant? The seismoelectric method is the naturally occurring…