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PIERC Imperiled Species

Understanding the Ecology of Imperiled Species


Imperiled species research is an area of key emphasis for PIERC scientists and collaborators. The Hawaiian Islands are home to 31% of the nation's plants and animals listed as Threatened or Endangered, and less than half of the landscape on the islands is still dominated by native plants. Protection and recovery of these species requires knowing the threats as well as basic biological knowledge such as habitat requirements, life history traits, and key interactions with other species.

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