Oahu Early Detection project (OED)

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The Oahu Early Detection project (OED) is a partnership between the Oahu Invasive Species Committee (OISC) and Bishop Museum with the goal of early detection of invasive plant species on Oahu. Two field botanists, Danielle Frohlich and Alex Lau, are based at Bishop Museum and have been working since July 2006 to strategize and perform early detection surveys. Surveys have been done in nurseries, botanical gardens, agricultural experiment sites, and other sites of potential plant introduction.

Please help shape the early detection efforts on Oahu by critiquing and providing feedback on our Oahu early detection protocol documents.

If you have field experience, whether on Oahu, elsewhere in Hawaii, or anywhere with a similar subtropical climate, we would appreciate your input on our survey species list.

To become an active participant in OED activities, please join our Detection Community, or learn more by joining the OED Detection Community discussion forum.

To join the OED Detection Community

Contact info:
  Oahu Early Detection project (OED)
Bishop Museum: Botany
Danielle Frohlich and Alex Lau
1525 Bernice St.
Honolulu, HI 96817

Office: (808) 847-8225
Field: (808) 227-2621
Fax: (808) 847-8252

OED project updates Behind the scenes with OED

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