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Voyage of discovery

  • DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM
    Ily Iglesias, left, and Shauna Kehaunani Springer hugged goodbye Friday after returning to Kewalo Basin. Iglesias is a University of Hawaii graduate student studying fish species associated with tide pools, while Springer got her master's degree at UH in conservation biology.
  • COURTESY HOKU JOHNSON
    courtesy Hoku Johnson @Caption1:Researchers recently returned from a two-week intertidal monitoring expedition at Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. They monitored the islands' rocky shoreline habitat for opihi, limu, aama crabs and numerous invertebrate species.
  • COURTESY SHAUNA KEHAUNANI SPRINGER
    Opihi sit in a tide pool at La Perouse Pinnacle, French Frigate Shoals.
  • COURTESY SHAUNA KEHAUNANI SPRINGER
    Researchers Emily Fielding and Ily Iglesias record intertidal species on a rocky shoreline in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

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