Monday, October 03, 2005

Whitemouth Moray - Puhi


This is probably the most commonly seen moray in Hawaii. image

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Whitetipped reef shark


Kahe Pointimage

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Whitetipped reef shark



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Clumpy Nudibranch



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Hawaii Creates State Marine Refuge

By TARA GODVIN, Associated Press Writer Fri Sep 30, 4:09 PM ET

HONOLULU - Hawaii has banned fishing around the tiny islands and atolls of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, home to endangered Hawaiian monk seals and sea turtles.

Gov. Linda Lingle signed the new rules Thursday creating the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands State Marine Refuge in the three miles offshore the largely uninhabited island chain, which stretch 1,200 nearly pristine miles across the Pacific Ocean.

The rules also limit public access in the refuge, although traditional Native Hawaiian cultural practices will be allowed.

State officials also asked the federal government to ban fishing in a broader area extending 50 miles in each direction from the island chain. Federal authorities are considering making the 132,000-square-mile area a National Marine Sanctuary but have not decided to what extent fishing would be limited there.

“It’s important for us to have a place in the world where we don’t take something,” said Peter Young, chairman of the state Department of Land and Natural Resources.

Environmentalists cheered and applauded when Young asked for the fishing ban.

“It is an extraordinary surprise and extraordinary day,” said Stephanie Fried, senior scientist with the New York-based group Environmental Defense.

But a fishery representative said the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands have been fished since about 1900 and are still frequently described as pristine.

“It’s troubling to manage fisheries by basically prohibiting them,” said Sean Martin, a Hawaii member of the Western Pacific Fishery Management Council.

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Northwestern Hawaiian Island Coral Reef Ecosystem Reserve:

Environmental Defense:

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Saturday, October 01, 2005 Article: Scientists capture giant squid on camera (by Jen Chan)

Message provided by Jen Chan

Scientists capture giant squid on camera
Japanese scientists say they’ve taken the first
photographs of one of the most mysterious creatures in
the deep ocean - the giant squid.

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Wednesday, September 28, 2005



Submission is done with a web browser form. The preparation server allows you to register as a participant, upload your images, and type in the title, place, caption and other data.

Please, visit for registration.

You will need to enter this basic information:

Your full name as it will be listed (e.g., Dean Dean)
Your family name as it is sorted alphabetically (e.g., Dean)
Desired password (or let the system suggest one for you)
Your contact email address - we won’t make this one public.
Then click the “Sign me up” button and wait for one of us to email you your logon information.

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We don’t want to stifle your creativity, but we do have to specify dimension limits so we can fit all the photos on the same size pages, and maximum file sizes, to keep download times (and server bandwidth) under control. 

The standard size photo, in particular, should be of modest size, to be accessible to as many viewers as possible.
We recommend your standard size panorama be viewed at 480 pixels wide (480 by 319 for example). The maximum width that will be accepted for a standard size is 480 pixels.

It should be possible to produce a standard size photo with a file size of less than 180 kb. Consider this your goal when optimizing. The maximum file size that will be accepted for a standard photo is 300 kb.

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Each photographer will retain personal copyright of their own work (as specified in U.S. law). By uploading a photo you grant us permission to use your work on this one site ( 

If you upload audio or incoporate any pictures besides your own in your entry, make sure that you have proper permission under US or applicable copyright law to exhibit that work. We will make no further use of your images without contacting you for permission. There will be no commercial use at all.
There will be warnings to users about respecting your copyright.

Although all submissions that meet the technical and content requirements will most likely be accepted, the admin reserve the right to refuse any individual submission.

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We need to keep this simple so we can create the site efficiently. So there are some strict limits on what will be accepted. JPG and GIF format only. Sorry, no BMP, TIFF, RAW, Flash, or Shockwave formats.

We need to be able to simply plug in files and a few text blocks, without the complication of additional code. We also want consistent navigation and interface. The only exception to this will be external sound files. If your artistic vision goes beyond our simple pages, we will provide a link to your site.

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This blog is open to all, from first-timers to famous professional photographers.  The Hawaii Fish I.D. Blog represents everyone in the Hawaii Scubadiving community interested to contribute his work.

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To access the custom fields, click the Entry Form Prefs link in the Weblog menu. You’ll see some buttons, which allow you to show/hide the various fields.
By default, pMachine is not set up to display information submitted in the custom fields or the Blurb field. The information submitted in any of these fields can be displayed on your pages in a number of ways. You can set up your various templates to include information from your custom fields (by adding the custom field variables), or you can display the information directly with some of the pMachine tags.

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Welcome to Hawaii U/W Blog!

This is an example weblog entry. We added it as a place-holder, so the page wouldn’t be blank. .

Here is an example of “more”, or extended text.  The link to this page will only be displayed if your entry contains “extended” information.  .

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