Mia IwaneJoint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research · Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center
Master of Science
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The diets of 5 large predatory mesopelagic fishes—Alepisaurus ferox (longnosed lancetfish), Gempylus serpens (snake mackerel), Lepidocybium flavobrunneum (Smith’s escolar), and Lampris spp. (big-eye and small-eye opah, or moonfish)—from the central North Pacific Ocean (around Hawaii) were examined (n = 430, all species combined), most for the first...
High school students work alongside foresters in the Manell‐Geus Habitat Focus Area to plant trees in watersheds adjacent to sensitive coral reef habitat. Integrated monitoring indicated a disconnect between measured resource status and community perception of these resources. To address this, the project was adaptively managed to add a social stra...
Fisheries are often conceptualized through a biophysical lens resulting in management approaches that fail to account for stakeholder conflicts and sociopolitical inequities. Using a fisher engagement approach, this case study examines the sociopolitical dimensions of fisher-shark interactions in pursuit of more complete problem definitions and eff...