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Item Summary

Title: An educational citizen science program (OPIHI) surveys the diversity and abundance of intertidal life in Hawaii
Authors: Opihi
Keywords: citizen science
trained students
GK-12
intertidal
University Laboratory School
Farrington High
Kalama Intermediate
Kahuku Intermediate
Ho’omana Hou
Assets
Connections
Waters of Life
Diamond Head
Barber's Point
Ewa Beach
Kahana Bay
Mapulehu
Morris Point
Maili Point
Onekahakaha
Sandy Beach
Sand Island
Turtle Bay
Wai'Opae
Waipuilani Beach
coastal
coast
shoreline
shore
Hawaii
Oahu
Molokai
Maui
Kauai
secondary students
monitor(ing)
survey(ing)
algae
limu
seaweed
invertebrates
benthic
substrate
substratum
tidepool(s)
opihi
marine life
diversity
abundance
percent cover
marine ecology
science education
zonation
Issue Date: 14-Sep-2011
Description: The following are the guidebooks that were used for this project: Randall, John E. Shore Fishes of Hawaii. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1996.$$Hoover, John. Hawaii's Sea Creatures: A Guide to Hawaii's Marine Invertebrates. Honolulu: Mutual Publishing, 2006.$$Huisman, John and Isabella Abbott, and Celia M. Smith. Hawiian Reef Plants. Honolulu: UH Seagrant, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/12259
Appears in Collections:OPIHI Collection Data 2006 - 2008



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