Webinar - Fire and Ohia: What this disturbance means for Hawaii's dominant tree

Today! Tuesday, September 13th

Time: 10am - 11am

No Registration Required

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Join us as Mark Wasser presents on

-Fire regimes in Hawaii, pre contact through present day
-How fire affects Ohia in particular
-Relevant research to date
-How Ohia and Ohia communities will fare under changing environmental conditions and more frequent fires-Relevant research to date
-Management implications

Mark Wasser is a Biologist with Natural Resources Management at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and an MS (2014) from UH Hilo in Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science. Mark has worked at the National Park for six years, and in conservation in Hawaii for 10 years.