Natural Resources and Environmental Management
Hau‘oli Mau Loa Foundation and NREM at UHM are pleased to announce the availability of three graduate assistantships for local students dedicated to careers in natural resource management in the state of Hawai‘i. Learn more here.
"No task is too large when done together." In a loʻi kalo at Papahana Kuaola, students put the "collaborative care" in NREM 620.
Students from the Tsang Lab snorkel with biologist Neal Hazama, Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR), to find o`opu, measure stream flow and physical habitat accessibility.
is the impacts of land management on coastal water quality, and how coastal water quality affects ecosystem services, such as recreation and fishing. PC: Bill Rathfon
Analyze quantity, types, and spatial distribution of coastal debris
in Kawainui Marsh using a Munsell color chart. Eryn Opie, NREM Undergrad (Crow Lab) & NRCS Soil Scientist C. Stiles (Photo G. Koob, USDA)
Seabirds in Hawaii are heavily impacted by invasive predators such as rats, mongoose, and barn owls. Photo: M. Price
NREM Economists research sustainable tourism, open space value, invasive species.
Our department prepares students to be natural resources managers and professionals. We offer two tracks for the major: Track I focuses on natural and physical sciences. Track II focuses on social sciences.
NREM graduates obtain employment with government agencies, non-profit organizations, for-profit businesses, become school teachers, and go on to graduate school.
Learn more about our Undergraduate Program here.
This is a course driven, professional degree.
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M.S. Plan A, a thesis driven research degree
M.S. Plan C, a reserach degree for students with exceptional prior experience
Learn more about M.S. Plan A here.
Learn more about M.S. Plan C here.
Offering unique experiences based in the Pacific within a global context, our students gain proficiency through graduate level courses, electives (to provide background in research methods and depth in the student’s specialization area) and dissertation credits.
Learn more about our PhD Program here.
NREM discovers innovative, integrated solutions for sustainable natural resource use and environmental management for the tropics and beyond.
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NREM extension scientists provide cutting edge science based information on tropical forestry, renewable resources, invasive weed management, community economic development, collaborative and community based resource management.
Mailing Address: 1910 East-West Road, Sherman Laboratory 101; Honolulu, HI 96822
Phone Number: (808) 956-7530
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