Year End Report U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii, Oahu Training Areas, Natural Resource
Beachy, J.R., M.D. Burt, S. Cato,
V. Costello, L.L.Z.
Durand, J. Gustine, S. Ching-Harbin, M.J. Keir, S. Mosher, D.
Palumbo, J.L. Rohrer, L. Salbosa, D. Souza, M. Walker, W. Weaver, C.
Winger and B.K. Wong
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Executive summary excerpt: TheThe Natural Resources Staff (NRS),
employed by the Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit, University of
Hawai`i (PCSU), are charged with managing rare plants and animals
and the ecosystems upon which they depend in O`ahu Army training
areas. NRS work under the following contracts: Scope of Work for
Ecosystem Management Activities at Various Training Areas, Island of
O`ahu; and Scope of Work for Biological Stabilization Actions 3,
Mākua Military Reservation, Island of O`ahu. O`ahu training areas
include Mākua Military Reservation, Schofield Barracks Military
Reservation, Kawailoa Training Area, Kahuku Training Area and
Dillingham Military Reservation. A total of 71 endangered species,
58 plants species and 13 animals species, have been reported from
O`ahu Army Training Areas since 1982. O`ahu training areas encompass
46,000 acres and range from healthy intact native forests to
completely alien dominated areas. NRS implement ecosystem and
single-species level management actions, which include weed, rat,
ungulate, and invertebrate control, as well as rare species
surveying, monitoring, collection and reintroduction.