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Science and Environment

Rena Fulgencio, editors

 

Students dive into classes at Oceanic Institute
Affiliation opens doors to hands-on learning

A living, breathing classroom. That is what HPU students experience when working or taking classes at Oceanic Institute at Makapu‘u. [More]


HPU associate chemistry
professor Dr. David Horgen
examines growth of blue-
green algae with marine
biology senior Brandi Kivi
in hopes of finding
potential new drugs to help
patients with brain injuries
.

Courtesy OI

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Earth Talk:
Is it better to raise fish or catch them?

Dear EarthTalk: What are the pros and cons of marine aquaculture, of raising ocean fish instead of catching them in the wild? 

— Jeanne L., Norwalk, CT [More]

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Aloha from OI:
Micronutrient content in aquatic feeds examined

The Shrimp Department’s Microbial Ecology Group had an eventful year, and 2007 promises to be equally as productive. We finished 2006 by completing the ATP recirculating aquaculture project. [More]


Dr. Carrie Holl of Oceanic
Institute’s Microbial
Ecology Group, helps
harvest shrimp following
her experiment examining
light and dark ecosystems
for raising shrimp.

Courtesy OI

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