Join us Wednesday, February 13 in the Waikiki Aquarium classroom for a seminar on the discovery and exploration of Lōʻihi volcano.
Terry Kerby, Chief Pilot for Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory (HURL) since 1981, has completed hundreds of submersible dives around the Hawaiian Islands and Central Pacific. He will provide a pilots perspective on the discoveries and challenges of diving on an active undersea volcano.
Discovering Lōʻihi, will cover the history of exploration on Lōʻihi volcano over a 17 year period from 1987-2016, with the University of Hawaii Pisces submersibles. The Pisces subs have made a total of 174 dives to Lōʻihi from 1987-2016 in which time there have been some drastic changes to Lōʻihi. Terry Kerby will cover some of the highlights over the years of exploration.
Seminar is FREE and open to the public. Please RSVP at