The Effects of Climate Change on Wetlands in the Main Hawaiian Islands: An Initial Assessment

Dan A. Polhemus
The Hawaiian Islands are an intraplate hotspot chain lying in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, and consist of a mix of generally steep-sided, rocky high islands in the southeast and low-lying coral atolls in the northwest. Due to their topography, these islands harbor a relatively limited number of wetland ecosystems, although the features that are present are diverse, ranging from a hypersaline lake on Laysan, to acidic upland bogs such as Pepeopae on Molokai, to large...
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