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Proceedings of the 2nd annual undergraduate research program, summer 1998
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    University of Hawaii at Manoa, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, ; University of Hawaii at Manoa, Sea Grant College Program, ; National Sea Grant College Program (U.S.)
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    1. The effect of light on "Haematococcus pluvialis" and the production of astanxanthin / Gary K. Francisco -- 2. The types, distribution, and intensity of fishing and nonfishing activities within the Waikiki Marine Life Conservation District and Waikiki-Diamond Head Shoreline Fisheries Management Area / Yhazi Graham and Sabrina Clark -- 3. Transplanting black coral as a restoration project / Anthony Montgomery -- 4. Population density of "Octopus cyanea" in Kaneohe Bay / Michele A. Sims -- 5. Determination of the optimal salinity for astaxanthin synthesis in the unicellular green alga, "Haematococcus pluvialis" / William Young.

    Five undergraduate research projects were undertaken during the summer of 1998. Projects, reported here, were selected to study the optimal salinity, light intensity and incubation period for astanxanthin production in the green alga "Haematoccus pluvialis", fishing and non-fishing activities in the Waikiki Marine Life Reserve, a restoration project transplanting black coral, and the population of "Octopus cyanea" in Kaneohe Bay.

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