MESHH is a web site to aid in wetland design and management for endangered water birds in Hawaii, specifically, Hawaiian Stilt, Hawaiian Coot, Hawaiian Moorhen and Koloa.
What can you do on the MESHH site? You can...
Create and Edit Data
|Create/Edit Exsting Wetlands||Explore wetlands that have been created or make your own|
|Create/Edit Exsting Bird Groups||Explore preferences for bird groups that have been created or make your own|
|Predict Species Abundance||Estimate abundance of each species for a wetland or wetland complex|
|Optimize a Wetland||Modify existing wetland to maximize abundance of species|
|Design a New Wetland||Create a new wetland that maximizes coots, moorhen, stilts, and koloa|
|J. Michael Reed [email]||Tufts University|
|Nina Fefferman||Rutgers University and DIMACS|
|Chris Elphick|| ||University of Connecticut|
|David DesRochers|| ||Dalton State College|
|Michael Silbernagle||U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service|