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NPS: Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park: Natural Resource Condition Assessment
The National Park Service is carrying out assessments of the natural resource condition (NRCA) for nearly 300 of the National Parks throughout the country deemed to have significant natural resources. This project, to assess condition of Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park in Hawaii, is a synthesis project aimed at collating and synthesizing all available data to assess current status and trend for key indicators, combining these into an overall framework. The focus of this study has been to develop a habitat-based framework to assess natural resource condition.  Full Details  



Timeframe

Start: 1st August, 2010
Finish: 31st December, 2012
Duration: 2 year(s), 5 month(s), 3 day(s)

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National Park Service
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Simon Costanzo PhotoDr Simon Costanzo
Science Integrator
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Simon Costanzo Integration and Application Network Dr Simon Costanzo Science Integrator Simon Costanzo Photo cell(410) 476-1585 workfax(410) 228-3843 work(410) 221-2042 University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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PO Box 775
/ 2020 Horns Point Rd
Cambridge MD 21613 USA

Tracey Saxby Photo Tracey Saxby (IAN Alumni)
Project Manager
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Tracey Saxby Integration and Application Network Tracey Saxby Project Manager Tracey Saxby Photo Visual Science
work Squamish BC V8B0C2 CANADA

Rebecca Most Photo Rebecca Most (IAN Alumni)
Science Communicator
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Rebecca Most Integration and Application Network Rebecca Most Science Communicator Rebecca Most Photo University of Hawai‘i at Hilo
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200 W. Kawili St
Hilo HI 96720 USA

Tim Carruthers PhotoDr Tim Carruthers (IAN Alumni)
Director of Coastal Ecology
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Tim Carruthers Integration and Application Network Dr Tim Carruthers Director of Coastal Ecology Tim Carruthers Photo work(225) 228-2112 The Water Institute of the Gulf
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One American Place, 301 N. Main Street Suite 2000
Baton Rouge LA 70825 USA