Browsing Pacific Science, Volume 43, Numbers 1-4, 1989 by Title

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  • Phillips, BF; McWilliam, PS (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-10)
    A total of 73 phyllosoma larvae of slipper or spiny lobster species and one nisto stage were collected about 20 km off the southwest coast of Oahu between August 1977 and October 1978. Larvae of Arctides regalis, Scyllarus ...
  • Nullet, Dennis (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-01)
    The recent energy and synoptic climate of Hawaii is examined in this article. The results indicate trends in the energy climate, increasing temperature and decreasing solar radiation, though no evidence is found of trends ...
  • Godwin, John R; Kosaki, Randall K (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-10)
    Recent volcanic activity near Kapa'ahu, Hawaii provided an opportunity to survey reef fish assemblages on submarine lava flows of three ages: 0.3 yr, 32 yr, and prehistoric. The results are used to examine development of ...
  • Humes, Arthur G (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-01)
    A new species of dirivultid copepod, Rhogobius pressulus, is described from a depth of 2451 m at a hydrothermal vent on the Galapagos Rift in the eastern Pacific. The new taxon is differentiated from its only congener ...
  • Gardner, Donald E; Hodges, Charles S Jr (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-01)
    The fungi of Hawaii were documented by F. L. Stevens and other workers early in the 1900s. Since about 1925, however, little formal attention has been given Hawaiian rust fungi. This is the first study devoted exclusively ...
  • Arita, Lorna H; Kaneshiro, Kenneth Y (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-04)
    Field and laboratory studies were conducted to describe the complex lek mating system of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann). Results of these studies indicate that there are two phases in the mating ...
  • Loague, Keith M; Green, Richard E; Liu, Clark C; Liang, Tony C (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-01)
    Leaching of agricultural chemicals to groundwater is an environmental issue of major concern in Hawaii. Fumigants used by the pineapple industry are a possible source of this contamination. In this paper we report the ...
  • Loague, Keith; Giambelluca, Thomas W; Green, Richard E; Liu, Clark CK; Liang, Tony C; Oki, Delwyn S (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-10)
    PRZM was employed to simulate deep leaching of three fumigant chemicals beneath a central Oahu pineapple field. Our results suggest that PRZM, although not deployed here within the range of conditions for which the ...
  • Schlech, Kristen E; Abbott, Isabella A (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-10)
    Eight species of Dasyaceae (Ceramiales, Rhodophyta) are reported from the Hawaiian Islands, extending the geographic range for six of the species into the central North Pacific. The species are Heterosiphonia ...
  • Osorio, Cecilia; Cantuarias, Victor (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-10)
    Horizontal and vertical distribution of mollusks was studied in the rocky intertidal of Easter Island (27°09' S,109°26' W) in January and again in September 1986. Organisms are zoned from the upper to the lower intertidal. ...
  • Brostoff, William N (University of Hawaii Press, 1989-04)
    The siphonous green alga Avrainvillea is reported for the first time in Hawaii. The Hawaiian specimens are described and compared to A. amadelpha (Mont.) Gepp and Gepp and other Avrainvillea species elsewhere in the ...
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