Hawaiʻi Groundwater Recharge Tool Workshop

The Hawaiʻi EPSCoR ʻIke Wai project and the United States Geological Survey (USGS) hosted a virtual stakeholder workshop with hands-on tutorial and demonstration of the Hawaiʻi Groundwater Recharge Tool and discussion of potential future work, interest and possibilities for the state of Hawaiʻi.

Hawaiʻi Climate Data Portal Launch Event

The Hawai’i Climate Data Portal (HCDP) opened to the public on March 3, 2022. The online platform provides easy access to climate data and information for the State of Hawai‘i. This event features a series of short presentations on the features and benefits of the HCDP as well as the methods used to create several of the available tools and products.

After four years of development, the Hawai‘i Climate Data Portal (HCDP) was officially launched in March 2022 with the goal of providing a central location for streamlined access to climate data and resources for the State of Hawaʻi. Since that time, efforts are ongoing to develop a range of new tools and data products and to improve the overall experience for end users. In this presentation, Dr. Ryan Longman will look back at how the HCDP got here, introduce new products and features, and discuss future HCDP opportunities.

This research showcase features the latest progress from the National Science Foundation-supported Hawaiʻi EPSCoR Change(HI) project. Change(HI) climate and data science teams will provide research highlights from the project’s four themes.
Four Change(HI) Research Themes:
1. Monitoring, Visualizing and Communicating Change
2. Simulating Change
3. Ecohydrology of Change
4. Land Use Change
In addition, highlights will be covered by the project’s Education and Workforce Development team, including efforts in Indigenous Data Science and Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.