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Kia‘i Moku: Biofouling: an important issue in vessel maintenance

January 13, 2013
By LISSA FOX STROHECKER , for The Maui News

Each year, ships make more than 1,000 trips to Hawaii. Container ships and barges, fishing boats, cruise ships, sailboats, aircraft carriers and military ships come bearing cargo for Hawaii or stop over on their way across the Pacific. Any of these boats could carry tiny stowaways from distant places, and that has resource managers concerned. Even an interisland boating trip could translate into trouble for your local reef.

 
 
 

 

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