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Setting a Baseline Regarding Mangrove Removal at Kapapapuhi Point Park

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Title:Setting a Baseline Regarding Mangrove Removal at Kapapapuhi Point Park
Authors:Ching, Cody
Gayte, Maxime
Stormcrow, Kaleiheana-a-Pōhaku
Contributors:Crow, Susan (instructor)
Bremer, Leah (instructor)
Keywords:Mangrove Removal
Carbon Emission
Sedimentation
Date Issued:05 May 2021
Abstract:To help create a baseline of how mangrove removal will affect the surrounding ecosystem at Kapapapuhi Point Park, our group conducted a carbon emission estimation experiment, designed a sedimentation elevation experiment, and had conversations with other organizations regarding mangrove removal and disposal.
Description:The aim of this project was to help create a baseline of the impacts mangrove removal will have at Kapapapuhi Point Park regarding carbon sequestration/emission and sedimentation elevation, and to understand the methods other organizations are using regarding mangrove removal and disposal. These 3 documents were created to help stewardship organizations like Mālama Puʻuloa educate the public on the impacts mangrove removal can have to the ecosystem. We hope that the public can use our resources to improve restoration and management plans at Kapapapuhi Point Park.
Pages/Duration:35 Pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/75647
Rights:Free to use or share: Allows you to copy or redistribute its content if the content remains unchanged and sufficient credit to the authors are provided.
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Appears in Collections: 2021 Mālama Puʻuloa Case Study


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