• Cornell Chronicle May 19 2022

    Cornell Chronicle May 19 2022

    Scientists on Earth soon will see our planet’s atmospheric dust sources in high-resolution, as a new state-of-the-art imaging spectrometer – developed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and Cornell – aims to survey the land surface from 250 miles above us on the orbiting International Space Station. Read more at Cornell Chronicle

  • Beta on Ahihi Kinau snorkel conditions 06-10-2021

    Here is some beta on conditions from 8:00am at Ahihi Kinau close to shore reef visibility approximately 40 ft. partly cloudy, surf 1-2 ft. There were 20 or so snorkelers in the water who entered from the parking lot by 8:30am. I left at 9:00am and parking lot was definitely filling up with tourists and […]

  • Rapid Method to Evaluate Pre-Travel Programs for COVID-19

    A Study in Maui, Hawaii As a volunteer member of The Medical Reserve Corps late 2020 I collaborated with The Maui District Health Office (Department of Health) under the guidance of Dr. Lorren Pang on a Post Arrival COVID-19 research project soliciting for volunteers to take a free COVID-19 test at Kahului Airport. I explained […]