ResourceNorthwestern Hawaiian Islands newspaper insert [electronic resource].
Document prepared by the Western Pacific Fishery Management Council during the period in which it is developing draft fishing regulations for the proposed Northwestern Hawaiian Islands National Marine Sanctuary. The insert discusses the history and import...
ResourceThe Northwestern Hawaiian Islands / a production of Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council.
ResourceCharacterizing the unique habitat of Montipora dilatata / authors: Katherine Adams, Megan Bargerhuff, Chris Guo, Megan Russell.
Montipora dilatata is a rare coral that has been found only in Kane'ohe Bay, Hawaii, and on Maro Reef in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (Forsman et al. 2010). In recent decades M. dilatata has been decreasing in abundance and is now considered a Specie...
ResourceEffects of habitat and life history characteristics on marine reserve effectiveness
A network of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in West Hawai'i has been shown to vary in its effectiveness to replenish depleted aquarium fish stocks. To determine the abundance and distribution of habitat needed to better design and manage MPAs along West Ha...
ResourceEffects of habitat and predation on the effectiveness of an MPA network in Hawaii to replenish the aquarium fish, yellow tang Zebrasoma flavescens
This proposal examined the spatial characteristics of coral reefs that are associated with the effectiveness of a Marine Protected Area (MPA) network in West Hawaii and the post-settlement processes affecting the demography of aquarium fish. Our results i...
ResourceKailua-Kona Voluntary Code of Conduct and CORAL Reef Leadership Network: A Model for Sustainable Marine Recreation in Hawaii
A project summary report for the project "Kailua-Kona Voluntary Code of Conduct and CORAL Reef Leadership Network: A Model for Sustainable Marine Recreation in Hawaii", from NOAA CRCP Grant NA07NMF4630107.
ResourceMaui Voluntary Code of Conduct and CORAL Reef Leadership Network: A Model for Sustainable Marine Recreation in Hawaii
This is an accomplishments report for the project "Maui Voluntary Code of Conduct and CORAL Reef Leadership Network: A Model for Sustainable Marine Recreation in Hawaii", from NOAA CRCP Grant NA06NMF4630104.
ResourceVoluntary standard for scuba diving and snorkeling activities in Hawaiian waters
This voluntary standard specifies requirements for environmental performance and conservation practices and operational safety that enhance the scuba diving and snorkeling activities and minimize environmental impacts of recreational usage on fragile mari...
ResourceMaui marine protected areas recreational management analysis
The goal of this project is to incorporate marine recreation stakeholder feedback, concerns, and realities into a recreational management analysis, which can inform future management plans and projects supportive of the Honolua-Mokulē'ia Bay Marine Life C...
ResourceWise management and sustainable use of the Hawaii Aquarium Fisher through MAC certification for reef management and best practices
This is a progress report on the activities of the project i.e. what activities have been completed.