Pacific Island Ecology and Management

SERDP and ESTCP efforts are improving the understanding of the ecology of the Pacific islands and providing DoD resource managers with the knowledge and tools needed to manage these ecosystems into the future.

Active Projects List
Project Title Start Date

Advancing Best Practices for the Analysis of the Vulnerability of Military Installations in the Pacific Basin to Coastal Flooding under a Changing Climate

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2644
Principal Investigator: Dr. John Marra, NOAA National Climatic Data Center
SERDP Jan 2016

Control and Mitigation of Aquatic Invasive Species in Pacific Island Streams

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2447
Principal Investigator: Dr. Michael Blum, Tulane University
SERDP Jan 2015

Restoring Function to a Novel Ecosystem in the Presence of One of the World's Most Destructive Invasive Species

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2441
Principal Investigator: Dr. Haldre Rogers, Rice University
SERDP Oct 2014

The Impact of Non-Native Predators on Pollinators and Native Plant Reproduction in a Hawaiian Dryland Ecosystem

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2432
Principal Investigator: Dr. Christina Liang, USDA Forest Service
SERDP Jan 2014

Seed Dispersal Networks and Novel Ecosystem Functioning in Hawaii

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2434
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jeffrey Foster, Northern Arizona University
SERDP Jan 2014

Workshop Report:
DoD Pacific Region Threatened, Endangered and At-Risk Species Workshop Report (2006)