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The Franklin Lab at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology within the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa performs research in quantitative marine ecology, fisheries science, marine population dynamics, ecological restoration, invasive species, and ecoinformatics of coral reef ecosystems.

Aerial photo of the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology in
Kaneohe Bay, Oahu
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  • Zack Oyafuso receives Hayashida Scholarship Congratulations to Zack Oyafuso (MS, Marine Biology) for receiving the Carl Ann & Myron K. Hayashida Scholarship Award. The award of $2,000 will support Zack's research on Hawaiian fisheries ...
    Posted by Erik Franklin
  • Dr. Franklin gives Ecosystem Approaches to Fisheries talk at NOAA On June 25, 2014, Dr. Franklin gave a presentation for the NOAA Pacific Island Fisheries Science Center Science Seminar Series at the Inuoye Regional Center titled,"Perspectives on Ecosystem Approaches ...
    Posted Jul 1, 2014, 7:51 PM by Erik Franklin
  • Dr. Treml visits lab for Hawaii reef connectivity study Dr. Eric Treml (Univ. of Melbourne) visited the Franklin Lab at HIMB in June 2014 to collaborate on a study of the larval connectivity of coral reefs in the Hawaiian ...
    Posted Jul 1, 2014, 7:32 PM by Erik Franklin
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