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Celebrating Ocean Day in Hilo

 

Keiki color in fishes during the Ocean Day Hawaii event held at the Hilo Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center.

Keiki color in fishes during the Ocean Day Hawaii event held at the Hilo Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center.

 

Ericka Paiva, left, sprinkles some dye onto a miniature cityscape as Kinyaaaanii Padilla, right, provides the simulated rainstorm in a demonstration of water runoff at the Department of Health Clean Water Branch booth.

Ericka Paiva, left, sprinkles some dye onto a miniature cityscape as Kinyaaaanii Padilla, right, provides the simulated rainstorm in a demonstration of water runoff at the Department of Health Clean Water Branch booth.

UH-Hilo Marine Sciences student Arik Dadez, right, shows-off a large hermit crab along with other marine invertebrates to Helene Suganuma, Lorri Ellison and Glen Fujinaga during the Ocean Day Hawaii event held at the Hilo Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center.

UH-Hilo Marine Sciences student Arik Dadez, right, shows-off a large hermit crab along with other marine invertebrates to Helene Suganuma, Lorri Ellison and Glen Fujinaga during the Ocean Day Hawaii event held at the Hilo Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center.

The University of Hawaii at Hilo Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Center and the Marine Science Department, in partnership with the University of Hawaii Sea Grant, co-hosted “Ocean Day Hawai‘i,” a community outreach event to raise awareness of current issues concerning ocean resources, safety, and conservation in community members and school-age children.

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