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Incorporating Historical Spring Discharge Protection into Sustainable Groundwater Management: A Case Study from Pearl Harbor Aquifer, Hawai‘i

By Kimberly Burnett, Ahmed Elshall, Christopher Wada, Aida Arik, Aly El-Kadi, Clifford Voss, Jade Delevaux, …

Watershed Management

Who are we measuring and modeling for? Supporting real-world watershed management

By Leah Bremer and Kate Brauman (In Press at the Global Water Forum) Watershed management …

Identifying priority watershed management areas for groundwater recharge protection on Hawai‘i Island

Identifying priority watershed management areas for groundwater recharge protection on Hawai‘i Island

This report provides an analysis of the relative effectiveness of watershed conservation and restoration efforts …

Supporting Multilevel Decision‐Making in Watershed Management

Publication: Who Are we Measuring and Modeling for? Supporting Multilevel Decision‐Making in Watershed Management

UHERO and an international partnership, ClimateWise, tackled the question of how hydrological ecosystem service information …

Context: Future of Native Forest

Forest protection provides important cost savings to water utility on Maui

By Leah Bremer Researchers from the University of Hawaiʻi Economic Research Organization and Water Resources …

Joint Management of an Interconnected Coastal Aquifer and Invasive Tree

Kiawe (Prosopis pallida), a mesquite tree considered invasive in many parts of the world including …

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Science and Community Engagement to Improve Water Management in Hawaii

‘Ike Wai (from the Hawaiian ‘ike, meaning knowledge, and wai, meaning water) is a five-year …

Informing Water Policy in Hawaii with Transformative Interdisciplinary Research: UHERO’s Role in ʻIke Wai

By Kimberly Burnett and Christopher Wada UHERO’s Project Environment will be leading the economic analysis …

The Economic Value of Groundwater in Obama

Worldwide, freshwater is important not only for direct consumption but also for its role in …