Ocean Protection Around Hawaiian Islands Boosts Far-Flung ‘Ahi Populations

Native Hawaiians cherish the thin strand of atolls stretching 1,000 miles northwest from the archipelago’s largest islands—Hawai’i, Oahu and Maui—toward Midway Atoll as central to their creation beliefs and representative of the Hawaiian concept of kinship between humans and the natural world.  Research published Thursday in the journal Science shows that protections of the area […]

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