Risk to native marine macroalgae from land-use and climate change-related modification to groundwater discharge in Hawai’i

Leah Bremer, Invasive Species, Mountain-to-Sea Resource Management, Water Resources, Environment, Publications

Dr. Henrietta Dulai in collaboration with UHERO and the Department of Life Sciences, sheds light on the links between submarine groundwater discharge and the health of coastal ecosystems. See press on Hawaiʻi Public Radio and UH News.

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