Resource Description: NODC Accession Number 0001022
Dr. Cynthia Hunter, principal investigator, Dr. Celia Smith, co-principal investigator, Ms. Jennifer E. Smith, graduate student, University of Hawaii, Mr. Eric Conklin, graduate student, University of Hawaii, Ms. Rebecca Most, graduate student, University of Hawaii, Mr. Thomas Sauvage, graduate student, University of Hawaii, and Ms. Cheryl Squair, graduate student, University of Hawaii, Unpublished material, Photoquadrat Analysis of how Sea Urchins Reduce Abundance of Kappaphycus and Analysis of Regrowth of Coral on Plots in Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii in 2002 (NODC Accession 0001022).
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To assess the potential to use native sea urchin's as biocontrols for alien/invasive seaweeds and to monitor the regrowth of Kappaphycus.
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