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Mālama Puʻuloa: Understanding Soil Conditions and Recommendations for Restoration

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Project Proposal and Results.pdf Project Proposal and Final Project Results 16.16 MB Adobe PDF View/Open
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Title:Mālama Puʻuloa: Understanding Soil Conditions and Recommendations for Restoration
Authors:Rossi de Leon, Claire
Staab, Malia
Tayo, Malissa Ann
Contributors:Crow, Susan (instructor)
Bremer, Leah (instructor)
Keywords:Soils
Restoration ecology
Hawaii--Pearl Harbor
Date Issued:15 May 2021
Abstract:Mālama Puʻuloa intends to restore three sites at Pu’uloa and reconnect the community to the Pu’uloa through growing food and reintroducing native plants, but there is unknown soil condition (fertility, toxicity, and health) which may impact or restrict restoration efforts. We performed three soil tests (fertility, toxicity and health) to more deeply understand the soil condition and provide recommendations to Mālama Puʻuloa for their three project sites.
Pages/Duration:3
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/75659
Rights:CC0 1.0 Universal
http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/
Appears in Collections: 2021 Mālama Puʻuloa Case Study


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