School of Convict Surgeonfish at the Waiopae Tidepools Dr.Grabowski at Honaunau Bay,Hawaii Green Sea Turtle at Onekahakaha, Hawaii Robust Redhorse staging for spawning in the Savannah River, Georgia-South Carolina Reef herbivores at Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii Atlantic Cod in production facility in GRindavik, Iceland Texas Logperch Achilles Surgeonfish and Yellow Tang Dr. Grabowski relaxes after setting up hydrophone array at Kollafjordur, Iceland Yellow Tangs at Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii Dr.Grabowski examines a Spotted Bass on the Brazos River, Texas Green Sea Turtle at the Waiopae Tidepools, Hawaii Electrofishing in the South Llano River Rio Grande at Santa Elena Canyon Dr. Grabowski listening to Burbot calling in Moyie Lake, British Columbia Ornate Butterflyfish at Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii Sunset from a jet-powered kayak on Lake Livingston

The Grabowski Lab

Who we are and what we do...

As part of the U.S. Geological Survey Hawai'i Cooperative Fishery Research Unit, the Grabowski Lab is focused on conducting actionable research to aid in the management and conservation of freshwater, estuarine, and marine fishes in Hawaii and elsewhere.

Timothy B. Grabowski, Ph.D.

Unit Leader and Adjunct Associate Professor

Dr. Grabowski has been following his passion for fishes around the world since receiving his Ph.D. in 2006. He joined the U.S. Geological Survey in 2010 and became the leader for the Hawai'i Cooperative Fishery Research Unit in 2016.

Fisheries Research in Hawaii

Learn about the Hawaii Cooperative Fishery Research Unit

The Hawaii Cooperative Fishery Research Unit is part of the national Cooperative Research Unit program and represents a collaborative effort between state, university, and federal partners that has been serving the state and people of Hawaii since 1966.

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