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E Malama I Na 'Aina Kumu Wai O Maunalua

Stretching from Küpikipikiö (Black Point) to Kawaihoa (Portlock Point), Maunalua Bay has long been treasured for its beauty, abundant resources and cultural significance. Over the past 50 years, development of the watersheds and the associated infrastructure has resulted in the efficient transport of sediment and pollutants to the nearshore coastal waters and coral reefs. As a result, the inshore of Maunalua Bay has become smothered in layers of sediment, which has contributed to a decline in the populations of fish, limu (algae), and other marine life that inhabit this once highly productive bay.
E Malama I Na 'Aina Kumu Wai O Maunalua
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Publication Date
July 2011