Climate change and ocean acidification profoundly affect our marine environment in the Hawaiian Islands. A comprehensive approach is required to identify and mitigate these environmental threats and the School of Ocean and Earth and Technology (SOEST) at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa is actively researching solutions to meet these challenges.
Meet Dr. Sabine, University of Hawai‘i professor in the School of Oceanography. His solution-focused research examines factors that lead to ocean acidification. In the videos below, Dr. Sabine, along with his graduate research team, share their research process, and provide steps we can all take to help keep our oceans healthy and vibrant.
Engaged scholarship with UHM graduate student, Noah Howins.
The School of Ocean and Earth and Technology at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (SOEST) is a champion for research and education that enhances our understanding of the ocean.