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Kealia Pond National Wildlife Reserve is located about one mile north of Kihei on Mokulele Hwy. Kanaha Pond now serves as an important breeding area for endangered Hawaiian waterbirds Kanaha Pond is thought to have been built in the 1700s by the island’s ruler Kapiiohookalani to raise and fatten fish.The pond produced large quantities of mullet until the early 1900s though in the following decades the whole area was severely degraded by surrounding industries and development including the dredging of Kahului Harbor. Near the main gate to Kanaha Pond is a small birdwatching platform.
There is disagreement over the meaning of forgiveness, its relation to apparent cognates, the psychological, behavioral, and normative dimensions of forgiveness, and when and under what conditions forgiveness is morally permissible, required, or wrong.
Located on Maui’s south-central coastline, this scenic wetland area encompasses about 700 acres and is home to a variety of Hawaiian waterbirds including the black-necked stilt and Hawaiian coot.
The Refuge is the site of habitat restoration projects as well as local environmental education, bird watching, photography, and other wildlife-oriented activities.
27th Symposium, 2016, Abstracts 26th Annual Symposium, 2015, Abstracts 25th Annual Symposium, 2014 24th Annual Symposium, 2013, Abstracts 23rd Annual Symposium, 2012, Abstracts 22nd Annual Symposium, 2011, Abstracts 21st Annual Symposium, 2010, Abstracts 20th Annual Symposium, 2009, Abstracts 19th Annual Symposium, 2008, Abstracts 18th Annual Symposium, 2007, Abstracts 17th Annual Symposium, 2006, Abstracts 16th Annual Symposium, 2005, Abstracts 15th Annual Symposium, 2004, Abstracts 14th Annual Symposium, 2002, Abstracts 13th Annual Symposium, 2001, Abstracts 12th Annual Symposium, 2000, Abstracts 11th Annual Symposium, 1999, Abstracts 10th Annual Symposium, 1998, Abstracts 9th Annual Symposium, 1997, Abstracts 8th Annual Symposium, 1996, Abstracts 7th Annual Symposium, 1995, Abstracts 6th Annual Symposium, 1994, Presentations 5th Annual Symposium, 1993, Presentations 4th Annual Symposium, 1992, Presentations 3rd Annual Symposium, 1991, Presentations 2nd Annual Symposium, 1990, Presentations 1st Annual Symposium, 1989, Presentations 27th Symposium, 2016, February 13-14, 2016 ABSTRACTS (In order of presentation) PLANES, BOATS AND MULE TRAINS: THE UNITED NATIONS RELIEF AND REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION IN HONOULU, 1946-1947 Gwen Sinclair, Head of Government Documents and Maps, University of Hawai`i at Mānoa Library [Presentation Summary] The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) operated an office in Honolulu following World War II to purchase surplus from the armed services and distribute it to war-torn countries in Europe and Asia.
Archival research has revealed the wide variety of surplus items and their sometimes-surprising destinations.
The University of Hawaii is a repository for copies of many Whaling log books.