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Hui Publications & Resources

Hanalei to Haena Community Disaster Resilience Plan

Hanalei to Haena Community Disaster Resilience Plan

This plan represents research and planning efforts grounded in identifying gaps in preparedness community risks and vulnerabilities, resources, knowledge and visions for improving resilience. 

Watershed Management Plan Vol. 2

Watershed Management Plan Vol. 2

Strategies and Implementation (Revised, April 2014) (5MB)

Watershed Management Plan Vol. 1

Watershed Management Plan Vol. 1

Watershed Charactization (October 2012) (14MB)

Other Resources & Links

Science and Management in the Hanalei Watershed: A Trans-Disciplinary Approach

Science and Management in the Hanalei Watershed: A Trans-Disciplinary Approach

The results of studies in the Hanalei Watershed funded, directed, and/or conducted by investigators from many disciplines and entities including: Hanalei Watershed Hui, University of Hawaii, State of Hawaii (Department of Health, Department of Land and Natural Resources), and Federal agencies (U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Geological Survey, Environmental Protection Agency, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Their sum total has contributed markedly to our understanding of processes in the watershed.

Fishing, Seafood, and Community Research in the Main Hawaiian Islands: A Case Study of Hanalei Bay, Kaua‘i

Fishing, Seafood, and Community Research in the Main Hawaiian Islands: A Case Study of Hanalei Bay, Kaua‘i

This report summarizes a pilot study of consumption-oriented fishing and shoreline food gathering activities and associated social context in the Main Hawaiian Islands.

Hawaiian Kalo, Past and Future

Hawaiian Kalo, Past and Future

Taro, called kalo in Hawaiian, is one of the oldest cultivated crops. Taro arrived in Hawai'i  around 900 to 1000 AD.

Coastal Circulation and Sediment Dynamics in Hanalei Bay, Kauai

Coastal Circulation and Sediment Dynamics in Hanalei Bay, Kauai

Measurements of Waves, Currents, Temperature, Salinity, and Turbidity: June – September 2006 to better understand coastal circulation, sediment dynamics, and the potential impact of a river flood in a coral reef-lined embayment during quiescent summer conditions.