Ms. Danielle Bartz
Danielle is a doctoral student with the Hawaii Unit enrolled in the Marine Biology Graduate Program at UH-Manoa. She is working on reconstructing the abundance and distribution of shark Scalloped Hammerhead populations based on interview data collected from anglers.
|Tuttle Raz, L. J., D. Bartz, T. B. Grabowski, A. Larson, R. Masse, and D. McSwain. 2023. Exploring the life history and ecology of a threatened surgeonfish in Hawai‘i. Indo-Pacific Fish Conference, Auckland, NZ, 20-24 November 2023.||November 2023|
|Bartz DE & TB Grabowski. Troubled waters: Assessment of changing patterns in juvenile shark abundance using local ecological knowledge. 2023 Hawaii Conservation Alliance. 27-30 June 2023. Honolulu, Hawaii.||June 2023|
|Bartz D & TB Grabowski. The history of Hilo’s hammerheads: Reconstructing changes in the distribution and abundance of juvenile Scalloped Hammerhead Sharks in Hilo Bay, Hawai’i through the use of traditional ecological knowledge and indigenous knowledge. 11th Annual TCBES Research Symposium. 15-16 April 2021. Hilo, HI [virtual].||April 2021|