AQUA 201: The Hawai‘i Fishpond (3 credits)
An introduction into the history, development, biology and ecology, management, restoration, and future of Hawaiian fishponds. This course will study traditional Hawaiian fishponds, merging traditional knowledge with the principles of modern Western science. (3 hours lecture)
Recommended Preparation: Registration in AQUA 201L.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
- Explain the process and philosophical basis of scientific inquiry.
- Distinguish between the types of traditional Hawaiian fishponds, the history of their construction and use throughout the Hawaiian Islands, how and where they were constructed, their operation and management, their characteristics, and their biota.
- Describe the oceanography, biology and ecology of Hawaiian fishponds.
- Describe the basic principles of aquaculture, including pond dynamics, feeding regimes, cultivated species propagation and growth, disease management, production, harvesting and maintenance.
- Discuss the status of Hawaiian fishponds in modern times, including their restoration and their future.
Degrees and Certificates
For transfer information within the UH system, visit the System Transfer page
- Spring 2014 - W, 6:00pm to 8:45pm, Hale ‘Imiloa 123, Leonard Young - CRN: 60124 - view syllabus
- Spring 2013 - W, 6:00pm to 8:45pm, Hale ‘Imiloa 123, Dave Krupp - CRN: 62142 - view syllabus
- Spring 2012 - R, 6:30pm to 9:15pm, Hale ‘Imiloa 123, Leonard Young - CRN: 64173
- Spring 2011 - TR, 6:30pm to 7:45pm, Hale ‘Imiloa 123, Leonard Young - CRN: 61200 - view syllabus
- Spring 2010 - TR, 6:30pm to 7:45pm, Hale ‘Imiloa 113, Leonard Young - CRN: 63281