Bishop Museum Technical Reports

BISHOP MUSEUM TECHNICAL REPORTS

The publications are listed by Technical Report number. The HBS or PBS number in square brackets at the end refers to the Contribution number to either the Hawaii Biological Survey or the Pacific Biological Survey. Downloads of pdf files of publications listed here may be available from those sites..


1992

1. Nishida, G.M. Hawaiian terrestrial arthropod checklist. viii + 262 pp. [HBS 1992-011 ]

2. Evenhuis, N.L. An indexed bibliography of Bombyliidae (Insecta, Diptera): supplement I. 136 pp.


1994

3. Evenhuis, N.L. & Cowie, R.H. A survey of snails, insects and related arthropods in the grounds of the Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. Report prepared for R.M. Towill Corporation, Honolulu. 20 pp. [HBS 1994-011]

4. Nishida, G.M. Hawaiian terrestrial arthropod checklist. Second edition. iv + 287 pp. [HBS 1994-004]

5. Cowie, R.H. Freshwater snail surveys in relation to eradication of apple snails with copper sulphate on Kauai. Report prepared for the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture. 26 pp. [HBS 1994-010]

6. Allison, A. & Evenhuis, N.L. Potential environmental effects of contruction of the Bishop Museum Science Center. Environmental Notification Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy. 132 pp.


1995

7. Klieger, P.C. Na Maka o Halawa. A history of Halwa Ahupua`a, O`ahu. 128 pp.

8. Evenhuis, N.L., D. Polhemus, S. Swift, K. Arakaki & D. Preston. A study of the biology of the orangeblack Hawaiian damselfly (Megalagrion xanthomelas), with special reference to conservation of the population at Tripler Army Medical Center, Oahu. 81 pp. [HBS 1995-009]


1997

9. Evenhuis, N.L. Diversity of insects and related arthropods of the Naval Magazine Lualualei, Headquarters Branch, Oahu, Hawaii. Final report prepared for the U.S. Navy. 170 pp. [HBS 1997-012]

10. Coles, S.L., R.C. DeFelice, L.G. Eldredge, J.T. Carlton, R.L. Pyle, & A. Suzumoto. Biodiversity of marine communities in Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii with observations on introduced exotic species. 237 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 1997-014]

11 Nishida, G.M. Hawaiian terrestrial arthropod bibliography. 255 pp. [HBS 1997-015]

12 Nishida, G.M. Hawaiian terrestrial arthropod checklist. Third edition. iv + 263 pp. [HBS 1997-016]


1998

13. Kami, K.S. & S.E. Miller. Samoan insects and related arthropods: checklist and bibliography. v + 121 pp. [ pdf] [PBS 1998-014]

14. Coles, S.L., R.C. DeFelice, J.E. Smith, D. Muir & L.G. Eldredge. Determination of baseline conditions for introduced marine species in nearshore waters of the of Kaho‘olawe, Hawai‘i. 30 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 1998-003]


1999

15. Coles, S.L., R.C. DeFelice, & L.G. Eldredge. Nonindigenous marine species introductions in the harbors of the south and west shores of Oahu, Hawaii. Report prepared for the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. 212 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 1999-009]


2000

16. Englund, R.A., D.J. Preston, R. Wolff, S.L. Coles, L.G. Eldredge & K. Arakaki. Biodiversity of freshwater and estuarine communities in lower Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii with observations on introduced species. Final Report prepapred for the U.S. Navy. x + 167 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2000-001]

17. Englund, R.A., K. Arakaki, D.J. Preston, S.L. Coles & L.G. Eldredge. Nonindigenous freshwater and estuarine species introductions and their potential to affect sportfishing in the lower stream and estuarine resions of the south and west shores of Oahu, Hawaii. Final report to Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Aquatic Resources. viii + 121 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2000-002]

18. Englund, R.A., D.A. Polhemus & D.J. Preston. Assessment of the impacts of rainbow trout predation on native aquatic species within Koke‘e State Park, Kaua‘i, Hawai‘i. Report prepared for Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Aquatic Resources, Honoluu, Hawaii. iv + 125 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2000-009]


2001

19. Coles, S.L., R.C. DeFelice & D. Minton. Marine species survey of Johnston Atoll, central Pacific Ocean, June 2000. Report to U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Honolulu. iv + 56 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2001-001]

20. Godwin, L.S. & L. G. Eldredge. South Oahu Marine Invasions Shipping Study (SOMISS). Submitted to the State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources. 104 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2001-002]

21. DeFelice, R.C., L.G. Eldredge, & J.T. Carlton. 2001. Nonindigenous invertebrates. In: Eldredge, L.G. & C. Smith, coordinators, Guidebook to the Introduced Marine Species in Hawaiian Waters. 60 pp. [HBS 2001-005]


2002

22. Nishida, G.M. Hawaiian terrestrial arthropod checklist. Fourth edition. iv + 313 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2002-005]

23. DeFelice, R., D. Minton & S. Godwin. Records of shallow-water marine invertebrates from French Frigate Shoals, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands with a note on nonindigenous species. 78 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2002-018]

24. Coles, S.L., R.C. DeFelice & L.G. Eldredge. Nonindigenous marine species in Kane‘ohe Bay, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i. 353 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2002-019]

25. Coles, S.L., R.C. DeFelice & L.G. Eldredge. Nonindigenous marine species at Waikiki and Hawaii Kai, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i. 244 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2002-025]


2003

26. Coles, S.L., P.R. Reath, P.A. Skelton, V. Bonito, R.C. DeFelice & L. Basch. Introduced marine species in Pago Pago Harbor, Fagatele Bay and the National Park coast, American Samoa. 182 pp. [ pdf] [PBS 2003-006b]


2004

27. Coles, S.L., L.G. Eldredge, F. Kandel, P.R. Reath & K. Longenecker. Assessment of nonindigenous species on coral reefs in the Hawaiian Islands, with emphasis on introduced invertebrates. Final report prepared for the Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative. 106 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2004-002]

28. Godwin, L.S., Eldredge, L.G. & Gaut, K. The assessment of hull fouling as a mechanism for the introduction and dispersal of marine alien species in the main Hawaiian Islands. 114 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2004-015]

29. Living Archipelagoes Workshops Report. A joint program of the Bishop Museum & Conservation International's Marine Programs Division. 43 p. [PBS 2004-005]

29a. Coles, S.L., P.R. Reath, K. Longenecker, H. Bolick & L.G. Eldredge. Assessment of nonindigenous marine species in harbors and on nearby coral reefs on Kaua‘i, Moloka‘i, Maui, and Hawai‘i. Final report prepared for the Hawaii Community Foundation and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Honolulu. 180 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2004-018]

30. Moretzsohn, F. & McShane, M. Mapping Marine Invertebrate Biodiversity Hotspots in the Indo-Pacific Ocean Using GIS. Report prepared for the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Chicago, Illinois. 10 vols. 2248 pp. [PBS 2004-002]

31. Polhemus, D.A., Englund, R.A. & Allen, G. Freshwater biotas of New Guinea and nearby islands: analysis of endemism, richness, and threats. Report prepared for Conservation International, Washington, D.C. 62 pp. [ pdf] [PBS 2004-004]


2005

32. Kraus, F., Pratt, T. & Slapcinsky. Wildlife Resources Survey of Rossel and Sudest Islands,Louisiade Archipelago, Milne Bay Province. Report Prepared for Conservation International, Washington, DC. 45 pp. [PBS 2005-010]

33. Evenhuis, N.L. The insect collection numbers of R.C.L. Perkins's collecting in the Hawaiian Islands for the Sandwich Islands Committee. 36 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2005-011]


2006

34. Tsuda, R. 2006. Checklist and bibliography of the marine benthic algae within Chuuk, Pohnpei, and Kosrae States, Federated States of Micronesia. Report prepared for Marine Introduced Species Workshop in Chuuk, Pohnpei, and Kosrae States, Federated States of Micronesia. 39 pp. [ pdf] [PBS 2006-001]

35. Evenhuis, N.L. 2006. Preliminary checklists of the terrestrial arthropods of Fiji. 297 pp. [PBS 2006-008 to 2006-026; PBS 2006-28 to 2006-032]

36. Evenhuis, N.L. 2007. Fijian terrestrial arthropod bibliography. 207 pp. [PBS 2006-042]


2007

37. Evenhuis, N.L. 2007. Field notes of E.H. Bryan, Jr. on the Whitney South Seas Expedition (February–November 1924). 322 pp. [ pdf] [PBS 2007-007]

38. Evenhuis, N.L. 2007. Checklists of the terrestrial arthropods of Fiji. Revised Edition. 313 pp. [PBS 2007-021 to 2007-045]

2008

39. Coles, S.L., Giuseffi, L. & Hutchinson, M. 2008. Assessment of species composition, diversity and biomass in marine habitats and subhabitats around offshore islets in the main Hawaiian Islands. Final report prepared for the Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. 72 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2008-001]

40. Evenhuis, N.L. 2008. Fijian terrestrial arthropod bibliography. Second edition. 303 pp. [ pdf] [PBS 2008-006]

41. Evenhuis, N.L. 2008. A compendium of zoological type nomenclature: a reference source. 23 pp. [ pdf]

42. Leisz, S.J. & Burnett, J.B. (editors) 2008-2009. Climate change and biodiversity in Melanesia. 10 chapters. [ table of contens ]

43. Eijzenga, H. & Preston, D.J. 2008. Inventory of seabirds, plants, and arthropods on twenty offshore islets in the main Hawaiian Islands. Final report prepared for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. 201 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2008-004]

44. Longenecker, K., Langston, R. & Barrett, B. 2008. A compendium of life history information for some exploited Hawaiian reef fishes. Final Report prepared for Fisheries Local Action Strategy, Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources. 67 pp. [ pdf] [HBS 2008-008]

45. Polhemus, D.A., Englund, R.A., Allen, G.R., Boseto, D. and Polhemus, J.T. 2008. Freshwater biotas of the Solomon Islands. Analysis of richness, endemism, and threats. Final report prepared for Conservation International, Washington, D.C. 127 pp. [ pdf] [PBS 2008-013]

46. Longenecker, K., Bolick, H. & Allison, A. 2008. A preliminary account of marine fish diversity and exploitation at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. Final Report. v + 116 p. [ pdf] [PBS 2008-035]

47. Evenhuis, N.L. 2008. Preliminary catalog of dating sources for zoological works. 172 pp. [ pdf ]

 

2009

48. Coles, S.L., Bolick, H., Hauk, B. & Montgomery, A. 2009. Ten year resurveys of the biodiversity of marine communities and introduced species in Pearl Harbor, Honolulu Harbor, and Ke`ehi Lagoon, O`ahu, Hawai`i. Final report prepared for the Department of Defense Legacy Program. 204 pp. [ pdf ] [HBS 2009-003]

49. Longenecker, K. Allison, A., Bolick, H., James, S., Langston, R., Pyle, R., Pence, D. & Talbot, S. A preliminary assessment of exploited reef-fish populations at Kamiali Wildlife Managment Area, Papua New Guinea. 75 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2009-017]

 

2010

50. Coles, S.L. & Swenson, C. 2010. Marine biota information base for offshore islets in the main Hawaiian Islands. 136 pp. [ pdf ] [HBS 2010-001]

51. Evenhuis, N.L. Authors of fly names. A preliminary list of all authors who have proposed Diptera names at the family-level or lower. 181 pp. [ pdf ]

52. Longenecker, K. Langston, R., Bolick, H. & Allison, A. Population size structure and rapid reproductive analysis of exploited reef-fish populations at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua, New Guinea. 101 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2010-016]

 

2011

53. Longenecker, K. Development and delivery of a school-based fishery-monitoring program for a remote village in Papua New Guinea. 42 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2011-016]

54. Longenecker, K, Bolick, H. & Kawamoto, R. Macrofaunal invertebrate communities on Hawaii’s shallow coral-reef flats: Changes associated with the removal of an invasive alien alga. 49 pp. [ pdf ] [HBS 2011-021]

55. Imada, C., Lau, J.Q.C. & Clifford, P.. 2010. Rare plant survey, O`ahu Forest National Wildlife Refuge, Waipi`o, O`ahu. Report prepared for U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, O`ahu Forest National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Honolulu. 52 pp. + appendices. [ pdf ] [HBS 2011-022]

56. Evenhuis, N.L. Catalog of dating sources for zoological works. Second edition. 234 pp. [ pdf ]

57. Longenecker, K., Langston, R., Bolick, H. & Kondio, U. Reproduction, catch, and size structure of exploited reef-fishes at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. 169 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2011-022]


2012

58. Howarth, F.G., Preston, D.J. & Pyle, R. Surveying for terrestrial arthropods (insects and relatives) occurring within the Kahului Airport environs, Maui, Hawai`i: synthesis report. Prepared for EKNA Services, Inc. and Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Airports Division, Honolulu. 215 pp. [ pdf ] [HBS 2012-001]

59. Longenecker, K., Langston, R., Bolick, H. & Kondio, U. Size structure and reproductive status of exploited reef-fish populations at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. 95 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2012-016]

60. Imada, C.T. (editor). Hawaiian native and naturalized vascular plant checklist (December 2012 update). 29 pp. + 7 appendices. [ pdf ] [HBS 2012-021]

2013

61. Evenhuis, N.L. Authors of fly names. A list of all authors who have proposed Diptera names at the family-level or lower. Second edition. 271 pp. [ pdf ]

62. Longenecker, K., Langston, R., Bolick, H. & Kondio, U. Size and reproduction of exploited reef fishes at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. 95 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2013-008]


2014

63. Longenecker, K., Langston, R., Bolick, H., Kondio, U. & Mulrooney, M. Six-year baseline information: size structure and reproduction of exploited fishes before establishing a management plan at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. 89 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2014-005]

 

2015

64. Evenhuis, N.L. Catalog of dating sources for zoological works. Third edition. 234 pp. [ pdf ]

65. Longenecker, K., Langston, R., Bolick. H. Preliminary evaluation of a recently enacted reef-fish management plan at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. 37 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2015-002]

66. Allison, A. & Tallowin, O. Distribution, diversity, and conservation status of the biota along the Kokoda Track with recommendations for its protection. Report prepared for PNG Conservation and Environmental Protection Authority (CEPA), Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. 282 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2015-003]

67. Allison, A., Pratt, L., Pratt, T. & Imada, C. Exotic plant survey of the Kokoda Track, Papua New Guinea. Report prepared for PNG Conservation and Environmental Protection Authority (CEPA), Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Bishop Museum Technical Report 67, 73 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2015-004]

2016

68. Longenecker, K. & Langston, R. Rapid reproductive analysis of four heavily exploited reef fishes from Pohnpei State, Federated States of Micronesia. 41 pp. [ pdf ] [PBS 2016-004]

 

 

 

 

 

 


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