1. Local Perspectives with Ridiall Bells

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    We meet local fisherman Ridiall Bells who talks about fishing regulations, the need for cooperation of scientists and fishermen, and how traditional regulations (bul) protect fish populations for future generations. As a spear fisherman, he believes in "one man against one fish" because it is very selective, without unwanted by catch. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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    • Campaign video for Youth Restoration in Kauai

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      I am a graduate student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa studying restoration of native Hawaiian plants. I am engaging local high school youth in the work. I have a few high school students working as field assistants, arranging a field trip for biology classes, and I'm visiting science classrooms to give presentations and ecology lessons. If you treasure Hawaii's spectacular biodiversity, watch and visit http://runningongreens.blogspot.com to learn how to contribute.

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      • VOS2 05 Life in American Samoa

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        In this episode, we journey to American Samoa to meet researchers, scientists, village chiefs, and everyday citizens to see how they're coping with a changing ocean. We'll learn about the history, culture, natural resources, and challenges American Samoa faces from many perspectives. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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        • VOS2-04 Shark and Tuna Tagging

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          In this episode, we're on Coconut Island on Oahu to check out the latest in shark and tuna research. We'll investigate the types of high-tech tags used for tracking these large predators as they swim across the ocean. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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          • VOS2 02 Under the Waters of Palau

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            In this episode, we dive the world famous reefs of Palau, considered to be one of the best scuba destinations in the world. We meet world class underwater videographer Nick Martorano, who shares the secrets of filming underwater. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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            • Do Doctors Use Math?

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              Teenagers from James Campbell High School, Ilima Intermediate School, Ewa Makai Middle School, and Ke Kula ‘o Samuel M. Kamakau Laboratory Public Charter School are in a program designed to boost their interest and abilities in math. It is called Ka Pilina .Mentors to the project are University of Hawai`i Students. We can report first-hand that the students in Ka Pilina are definitely thinking about numbers. In a visit to the John A. Burns School of Medicine, one of the first questions they asked Dr. Jerris Hedges, the school dean, was "how much money do doctors make." They also asked whether doctors even use math in their daily work. What do you think the answer is? Watch our very, very short video for the answer!

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              • VOS2 01 Sunday Upcoming Episode Highlights

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                In this special episode we preview some upcoming Voice of the Sea stories. We'll be learning about life in American Samoa and what makes it unique. We'll meet people managing it's natural resources. Fom chiefs to ethnographers, who study the culture, we learn how Samoans are coping with the challenges their islands face.

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                • Talking Head by Juvana Soliven

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                  Talking Head by Juvana Soliven www.juvanasoliven.com

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                  • UH convention business brings in more than $500M

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                    The Hawaii visitor industry recognized the University of Hawaii with the first Elele Organization of the Year Award for bring a half-billion dollars worth of convention business to the state.

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                    • UH Athletic Director Ben Jay announcement Q&A

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                      University of Hawaii at Manoa Chancellor Robert Bley-Vroman answers questions at a news conference announcing UH Athletic Director Ben Jay's resignation.

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