To conserve fragile ecosystems, we must understand the ecology and connectivity of individual species. Our projects examine pieces of the puzzle, such as genetic connectivity, habitat use, and species interactions.
The decisions we make today in conservation will have long-reaching effects, and must be made based on best practices and solid research. We are excited to be part of a community of people working to conserve endangered species for the health of our planet and the enjoyment of future generations.
Behavioural and Molecular Ecology
ENDANGERED SPECIES CONSERVATION
NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management
College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
University of Hawai‘i at Manoa
1910 East-West Rd., Sherman Hall 118, Honolulu, HI, 96822