News and Events

kApril 16th, 2019


CMDR receives and installs the differential scanning calorimeter. The instrument has already been put to working testing different methods to determine the most accurate and efficient method for studies involving marine debris.


hjMarch 14th, 2019


Educational outreach event for Blanche Pope Elementary School showing a 4th grade class Ray Aivazian’s buoyancy separation device that separates plastics from sand.

 


kjNovember 13th, 2018


Kayla C. Brignac presenting her research as a research panelist for University of Hawaii at Manoa Surfrider’s “Rise Against Plastics” campaign.


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November 8th, 2018


Dr. Jennifer Lynch presents her work on comparing different laboratory methods for the chemical identification of marine debris. Results: the most accurate identifications come from the combination of various methods.


hpu-arc-volunteers-news-article.jpgMarch 12th, 2018


CMDR meets with other marine debris scientist and activist from across the Hawaiian Islands at the 6th International Marine Debris Conference to discuss the growing problem and solutions.


 

Center for Marine Debris Research

41-202 Kalaniana'ole Highway
Waimanalo, HI 96744-5297
cmdr@hpu.edu
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