Draft EIS published for Kahana Bay Erosion Mitigation project
KAHANA — Under siege for decades, Kahana Bay has been confronted with the extreme consequences of sea level rise, adverse weather phenomena, seaside development and coastal armoring, resulting in the near-terminal loss of a most vital lifeline to the overall health of this delicate marine ecosystem — sand.
According to Chip Fletcher, associate dean for academic affairs and professor, Department of Earth Sciences, at the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST), University of Hawaii at Manoa, the shoreline along Kahana Bay has receded at an average rate of ...
Foundation seeks input on future of historic Pioneer Mill Co. Office Building
The word ko‘a is about fishing grounds. The word often refers to a fishing shrine erected along the shorelines of the islands for offerings to ‘aumakua (personal gods) or to Kul‘ulakai, the ...
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