CURRICULUM VITAE

David Alan Krupp


PERSONAL DATA

Birthdate:       6 February 1953

Citizenship:   U.S.A.


PROFESSIONAL DATA

Titles:             Professor of Biological and Marine Sciences

                        Department of Natural Sciences

                        Windward Community College (WCC)

                        University of Hawai‘i

                        45-720 Kea‘ahala Rd.

                        Kane‘ohe, HI 96744

                        Affiliate Faculty

                        Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB)

                        School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology

                        University of Hawai‘i at Manoa

                        P.O. Box 1346

                        Kane‘ohe, HI  96744

Telephone:   (808)-236-9121 (WCC)

FAX:               (808)-247-5362 (WCC)

E-Mail:           krupp@hawaii.edu

Homepage:   http://krupp.wcc.hawaii.edu/


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph.D., Zoology, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, August 1982

B.A., Biology, University of Calif. at Los Angeles, March 1976


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Professor Biological and Marine Sciences.  1/1/85-present (lecturer 8/15/83-12/31/84); WCC; 9 month position, full-time, tenured; courses taught: General Biology I, General Biology II, Coral Reefs, Coral Reefs Field & Laboratory Studies, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Human Biology, Chemistry & Man Laboratory, Historical Geology, General Microbiology, Science of the Sea, Oceanographic Techniques, Biology and Society, Technology, Ecology & Man, Principles of Zoology, Identification of Hawaiian Fishes, Marine Biology, Introduction to the Marine Option Program, Quantitative Underwater Ecological Survey Techniques (a 10 day workshop involving SCUBA for undergraduate students in 1988), Coral Reef Biology (workshops for teachers in June 2000 and June 2001 through the UHM Biology Program).

Instructor in Coral Reef Biology.  6/15/97-8/15/97; Part-time, summer; HIMB graduate summer course entitled “Coral Reproductive Biology.”

Professor in Biological Sciences.  Summer 1996; Institute for Shipboard Education, 811 William Pitt Union, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260; Part-time, summer; courses taught:  Marine Biology, Coral Reefs, & Historical and Philosophical Perspectives of Biological Science.

Instructor in Coral Reef Biology.  6/15/94-8/15/94; Part-time, summer; HIMB graduate summer course entitled “Ultraviolet Radiation in the Marine Environment”.

Director.  National Science Foundation Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement Program Workshop on the Biology and Ecology of Corals and Coral Reefs; Summer 1992; WCC & HIMB; Part-time, summer; A NSF-sponsored program emphasizing the enhancement of undergraduate faculty for instruction in the sciences.

Instructor in Coral Reef Biology.  5/15/91-8/15/91; Part-time, summer; HIMB graduate summer course entitled “Water Motion and Boundary Layer Diffusion Limitation in Corals”.

Director.  The Summer Program for the Enhancement of Basic Education in Marine Science/Oceanography; Summers 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, & 1990; HIMB; Part-time, summer; A special college-level program in marine sciences for gifted high school students.

Lecturer in Biology.  4/27/87-07/31/87 & 10/4/82-12/31/84; Chaminade University, 3140 Waialae Ave., Honolulu, HI 96816; Part-time, adjunct; Courses taught: Marine Biology and Oceanography.

Lecturer.  Summer 1985; University of Hawai‘i College of Cont. Education, Honolulu, HI 96822; course taught: Current Topics in Marine Biology; Part-time, summer; Class for Hawaii State Dept. of Education teachers.

Instructor in Biology.  2/2/84-5/31/84 & 2/2/82-5/31/82; Hawai‘i Loa College, 45-045 Kamehameha Hwy., Kane‘ohe, HI. 96744; Part-time, adjunct; Courses taught: Invertebrate Zoology and Ecology.

Assistant Instructor in Coral Reef Biology.  5/15/83-8/15-83; Part-time, summer; HIMB graduate summer course entitled “Coral Reef Population Biology”.

Teaching Assistant in Zoology.  8/1/78-12/31/80; U.H. Department of Zoology, Honolulu, HI 96822; Part-time; Courses taught: Animal Ecology, Biometry, Advanced Biometry, Human Anatomy & Physiology.

Teaching Assistant in Biology.  8/1/76-7/31/78; U.H. Biology Program, Honolulu, HI 96822; Part-time; Courses taught: Cellular Biology and General Biology.


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Affiliate Faculty.  Coral Reproductive Biology.  Molecular Biology of Corals.  Use of GPS, GIS, and Remote Sensing in coral reef mapping.  HIMB (1994-present). Uncompensated official position.

Research Affiliate.  Coral Reproductive Biology.  HIMB (1985-1992).  Uncompensated official position.

Visiting Researcher.  Sea Cucumber Collagen & Larval Biology Study (Dr. Robert Richmond, P.I.).  University of Guam Marine Laboratory, UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam, 96913 (7/10/89-8/7/89).  Project involved work on sea cucumber body wall compositions and larval rearing of sea cucumbers.

Research Associate.  Lobster Population Biology (Dr. C. MacDonald, P.I.).  HIMB (5/15/84-12/31/84 & 4/1/83-5/31/83).  Project involved statistical analyses of Hawaiian spiny lobster & slipper lobster population/fisheries biology.

Research Associate/Assistant.  Coral Reef Photobiology (Dr. Robert A. Kinzie III, P.I.). HIMB (8/1/82-8/31/82 & 1/1/81-12/31/81).  Project involved assaying of protein, carbohydrate & lipid compositions of corals grown under different spectral regimes.


ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Co-Chair (Representing Community Colleges).  All Campus Council of Faculty Senate Chairs (ACCFSC), UH System; 2014-2015; Liaison between UH Faculty Senates and UH System administration.

Chair (Off-Campus).  Faculty Senate, WCC; 2013-present; Liaison between WCC Faculty Senate and UH System administration.

Chair.  Department of Natural Sciences, WCC; 8/1/06-7/31/08 responsible for the following:  facilitating and departmental goals & objectives; liaison between department faculty and Dean's office; managing departmental supplies/equipment budgets; course/instructor scheduling; hiring & training new faculty & staff.

Faculty Coordinator.  Marine Option Program, WCC; 8/16/84-present (throughout most of this period); coordinate and assist undergraduate students engaged in marine-related research projects.

Faculty Co-Coordinator.  Pacific Center for Environmental Studies, WCC; 2004-present; coordinate and assist undergraduate students engaged in environmental science education and research; also includes K-12 and community outreach in environmental studies.

Chair.  Department of Natural Sciences, WCC; 7/1/99-5/15/02; responsible for the following:  facilitating and departmental goals & objectives; liaison between department faculty and Dean's office; managing departmental supplies/equipment budgets; course/instructor scheduling; hiring & training new faculty & staff.

Chair.  Faculty Senate, WCC; 1997-99; coordinate and conduct meetings of the WCC Faculty Senate; liaison between Faculty Senate and campus administration.

Chair.  Department of Natural Sciences, WCC; 8/16/89-5/15/93.


AWARDS AND SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS

Recipient.  University of Hawai‘i Excellence in Teaching Award (Awarded May 2004)

Recipient.  Hung Wo and Elizabeth Lau Ching Faculty Service to the Community Award (Awarded May 2004)

Honorary Member.  Phi Theta Kappa, International Honor Society of the Two Year College

Member.  Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society


GRANTS FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION

Awarded

Principal Investigator. Kaneohe Ahupuaa Ridge-to-Reef Project (KARRP). Awarded by the NOAA Bay Watershed Education and Training Program. $99,100 (Oct. 1, 2014 - Sept. 30, 2015).

Principal Investigator. Kuhlia Natural Resources Stewardship Program for Native Hawaiian Middle and High School Students of Windward Oahu. Subaward contract from the Pacific American Foundation. $295,375 (Sept. 1, 2014 - Aug. 31, 2017).

Principal Investigator (L. Priskitt and G. Aeby, Co-Principal Investigators). Eyes of the Reef (EOR) Community Reporting Network And Volunteer Monitoring Program. Awarded by the Hawai'i Tourism Authority to Reef Check Hawai 'i. $15,000 (Jan. 1, 2011 - December 31, 2011).

Principal Investigator (M. Rivera, Co-Principal Investigator). Human Impacts and Hawai‘i’s Coral Reef Health: An Environmental Science Education, Stewardship and Research Program for High School Juniors and Seniors in Hawai‘i. Awarded by Minami Foundation. $160,000 (Jan. 1, 2008 – Dec. 31, 2015).

Principal Investigator (M. Rivera, Co-Principal Investigator). Human Impacts and Hawai‘i’s Coral Reef Health: An Environmental Science Education, Stewardship and Research Program for High School Juniors and Seniors in Hawai‘i. Awarded by the Okumura Fund of the Hawai'i Community Foundation. $15,000 (May 15, 2008 – May 14, 2009).

Principal Investigator (M. Rivera, Co-Principal Investigator). Human Impacts and Hawai‘i’s Coral Reef Health: An Environmental Science Education, Stewardship and Research Program for Teachers in Hawai‘i. Awarded by NOAA B-WET. $99,998 (June 1, 2008 – May 31, 2009).

Principal Investigator (M. Rivera, Co-Principal Investigator). Human Impacts and Hawai‘i’s Coral Reef Health: An Environmental Science Education, Stewardship and Research Program for High School Juniors and Seniors in Hawai‘i. Awarded by Harold KL Castle Foundation. $85,000 (June 1, 2008 – May 31, 2012).

Principal Investigator (M. Rivera, Co-Principal Investigator). Human Impacts and Hawai‘i’s Coral Reef Health: An Environmental Science Education, Stewardship and Research Program for High School Juniors and Seniors in Hawai‘i. Awarded by Ameron Corporation. $75,000 (Jan. 1, 2008 – Dec. 31, 2012).

Principal Investigator. Research Experiences in GIS and Environmental Restoration for Undergraduates. Mini-proposal funded through Islands of Opportunity Alliance – Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (National Science Foundation). $8,000 (Jan. 1, 2008 – August 31, 2008)

Co-Principal Investigator (J.C. Leong, Principal Investigator). Kaneohe Bay Ahupuaa Watershed to Coral Reef Ecosystem Health. Awarded by the NOAA Bay Watershed Education and Training Program. $99,929 (Sept. 1, 2006 - August 31, 2007).

Principal Investigator.  Travel Request to Present Research Results at the 10th International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa, Japan, June 28 - July 2, 2004.  Awarded by the University of Hawai‘i Community College System EPSCoR Mini Grant Program 2004-05.  $3,182.50 (June 1 - Aug. 31, 2004).

Principal Investigator (F.W. McCoy & K.C. Collins, Co-Principal Investigators).  Pacific Initiative for Environmental Studies.  Awarded from the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation:  $225,000 for three years (June 2004 - June 2007).

Project Coordinator.  Bio-Resource Development and Management Program for the Bio-Resources and Technology Academic Subject Certificate (I. White, Principal Investigator).  Awarded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Cooperative State Research Education & Extension Service:  $96,000 (Sep. 2003 - Dec. 2004).

Principal Investigator.  Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network Faculty Development Grant:  Summer Research in the Molecular Biology of Corals.  Awarded by the U.H. Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network.  $3,090 (Apr. 2003 – Aug. 2003).

Principal Investigator.  Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network Equipment Grant:  Request for an Ultra Freezer for Education and Research in Cell and Molecular Biology.  Awarded by the U.H. Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network.  $12,789 (Apr. 2003 – Aug. 2003).

Co-Coordinator for UH Community Colleges Environmental Science Focus (D. McClain, Principal Investigator).  Biodiversity in an Integrated Island Environment.  Awarded by the National Science Foundation Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (NSF EPSCoR).  $11,250 awarded to Windward Community College (2003-04); $1,200,000 awarded to the UH Community Colleges (2003–06).

Principal Investigator.  Human Biology Lab (BIOL 100L) for Distance Education.  Awarded by the University of Hawai‘i Community Colleges (UHCC) Alternative Delivery Funds Program.  $4,494 (June 2002 - Dec. 2002).

Project Coordinator.  Bio-Resource Development and Management Program for the Bio-Resources and Technology Academic Subject Certificate (I. White, Principal Investigator).  Awarded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Cooperative State Research Education & Extension Service:  $156,000 (Sep. 2002 - Dec. 2003).

Co-Principal Investigator and Projector Director (L. Mullikin, Principal Investigator).  A Planning Grant for Assessment and Plan Development of the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Curriculum and Infrastructure at Windward Community College.  Awarded by the National Science Foundation Tribal Colleges and Universities Program.  $49,953 (Oct. 2002 - Sep. 2003).

Principal Investigator.  Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network Equipment Grant.  Awarded by the U.H. Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network.  $21,432 (Feb. 2002 - May 2002).

Principal Investigator.  Nesting Success of Wedge-tailed Shearwaters on Kapapa Island, O‘ahu, Hawaiian Islands.  Awarded by the Pacific Marine Life Foundation.  $3,000 (Aug. 2001 - Sept. 2002).

Project Coordinator.  Bio-Resource Development and Management Program for the Bio-Resources and Technology Academic Subject Certificate (I. White, Principal Investigator).  Awarded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Cooperative State Research Education & Extension Service:  $159,648 (Sep. 2001 - Dec. 2002).

Principal Investigator.  Establishing a GIS for the Waimanalo Stream Drainage Basin.  Awarded by the Hawai‘i State Department of Health via a Federal EPA grant:  $15,000 (Aug. 1999 – Mar. 2000).

Co-Investigator (J.E. Ciotti, Principal Investigator).  Establishing a RS/GIS Educational Training and Environmental Monitoring Center in Hawai‘i.  Awarded by NASA: $93,014 (Jan. 98 - Feb. 99).

Principal Investigator.  Regeneration of Coral Fragments.  Awarded by the U.H. College Sea Grant Program:  $6,728 (Jan. 1995 - Dec. 1995).

Principal Investigator.  Benthic Surveys of the Coconut Island Reef.  Awarded by the Department of the Navy:  $2,000 (summer 1993).

Principal Investigator.  National Science Foundation Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement Program Workshop on the Biology and Ecology of Corals and Coral Reefs.  Awarded by the National Science Foundation:  $77,962.83 (1991-93).

Principal Investigator.  Hawaiian Backyard Aquaculture.  Awarded by the Aquaculture Development Program, Dept. Land and Natural Resources, State of Hawai‘i:  $23,938 (1991-92).

Principal Investigator.  Summer Program for the Enhancement of Basic Education (SPEBE) in Oceanography.  Awarded by the Hawai‘i State Department of Education:  $21,500 (1985), $19,875 (1986), $27,000 (1987), $29,000 (1988), $29,000 (1989), $31,000 (1990).

Associate Investigator.  Undergraduate Ocean Internships.  Awarded by the U.H. College Sea Grant Program: $52,609  (1986-87), $50,317  (1987-89), $44,259 (1989-91).


PUBLICATIONS

Research Papers in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Schnitzler, C., L.L. Hollingsworth, D.A. Krupp and V.M. Weis. 2012. Elevated temperature impairs onset of symbiosis and reduces survivorship in larvae of the Hawaiian coral, Fungia scutaria. Marine Biology 159(3):633-642.

deBoer, M., D.A. Krupp and V.M. Weis. 2007. Proteomic and transcriptional analyses of coral larvae newly engaged in symbiosis with dinoflagellates. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part D: Genomics and Proteomics 2(1):63-73.

Wood-Charlson, E.M., L.L. Hollingsworth, D.A. Krupp, V.M. Weis. 2006. Lectin/glycan interactions play a role in recognition in a coral-dinoflagellate symbiosis. Cellular Microbiology 8(12):1985–1993.

deBoer, M., D.A. Krupp and V.M. Weis.  2006.  Two atypical carbonic anhydrase homologues from the planula larva of the scleractinian coral Fungia scutaria.  Biological Bulletin 211(1):18-30.

Rodriguez-Lanetty, M., E.M. Wood-Charlson, L.L. Hollingsworth, D.A. Krupp and V.M. Weis.  2006Temporal and spatial infection dynamics indicate the presence of recognition events in the early hours of a dinoflagellate/coral symbiosis.  Marine Biology 149(4):1432-1793.

Hagedorn, M., V.L. Carter, R.A. Steyn, D.A. Krupp, J.C. Leong, R.P. Lang and T.R. Tiersch. 2006. Preliminary studies of sperm cryopreservation in the Mushroom coral, Fungia scutaria. Cryobiology 52(3):454-458.

Hagedorn, M., R. Pan, E.F. Cox, L.L. Hollingsworth, D.A. Krupp, T.D. Lewis, J.C. Leong, P. Mazur, W.F. Rall, D.R. MacFarlane, G. Fahy and F.W. Kleinhans. 2006.  Coral larvae conservation: physiology and reproduction. Cryobiology 52(1):33-47.

Hollingsworth, L.L., R.A. Kinzie III, T.D. Lewis, D.A. Krupp and J.C. Leong.  2005. Phototaxis of motile zooxanthellae to green light may facilitate symbiont capture by coral larvae.  Coral Reefs 24:523.

Rodriguez-Lanetty, M., D.A. Krupp, and V.M. Weis.  2004.  Evidence that fine-scale ITS diversity of Symbiodinium confers functionality in cnidarian host/endosymbiont specificity. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 275:97-102.

Weis, V.M., W.S. Reynolds, M.D. deBoer, and D.A. Krupp.  2001.  Evidence of host-symbiont specificity during symbiosis onset between the dinoflagellate Symbiodinium spp. and planula larvae of the scleractinian coral Fungia scutaria.  Coral Reefs 20:301-308.

Schwarz, J.A., D.A. Krupp, and V.M. Weis.  1999.  Late larval development and onset of symbiosis in the scleractinian coral, Fungia scutaria.  Biol. Bull. 196:70-79.

Hill, R.W., J.W.H. Dacey and D.A. Krupp.  1995.  Dimethylsulfoniopropionate in reef corals.  Bull. Mar. Sci. 57:487-492.

Glynn, P.W., and D.A. Krupp.  1986.  Feeding biology of a Hawaiian sea star corallivore, Culcita novaeguineae Muller and Troschel.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 96:75-96.

Krupp, D.A. 1985.  An immunochemical study of the mucus from the solitary coral Fungia scutaria (Scleractinia, Fungiidae).  Bull. Mar. Sci. 35:163-175.

Krupp, D.A. 1984.  Mucus production by corals exposed during an extreme low tide.  Pac. Sci. 38:1-11.

Krupp, D.A. 1983.  Sexual reproduction and early development of the solitary coral Fungia scutaria (Anthozoa: Scleractinia).  Coral Reefs 2:159-164.

Research Papers Published in Institution and Symposium Volumes

Krupp, D.A., L.L. Hollingsworth, and J. Peterka.  2006 Elevated temperature sensitivity of fertilization and early development in the mushroom coral, Fungia scutaria. Proceedings of the 10th International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa, Japan June 28 – July 2, 2004, pp. 71-77.

Hollingsworth, L.L, T.D. Lewis, D.A. Krupp, and J.C. Leong.  2006.  Early onset and expression of fluorescent proteins in the larvae of the mushroom coral, Fungia scutaria.  Proceedings of the 10th International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa, Japan, June 28 – July 2, 2004, pp. 99-105.

Koba, M., T. Kaigara, H. Iwata and D.A. Krupp.  1995.  A preliminary dating of coral limestones in Oahu Island by the electron spin resonance (ESR) method.  In:  Kenkyukai, C., (ed.).  Contemporary Societies of the Pacific Region:  Environment, Development, and Culture.  A Preliminary Report.  Kansai University  pp.1-3.

Krupp, D.A., P.L. Jokiel and T.S. Chartrand.  1993.  Asexual reproduction by Fungia scutaria on dead coralla.  Proc. 7th Inter. Coral Reef Symp., Guam,  1992 1:527-534.

Krupp, D.A. 1982.  The composition of the mucus from the mushroom coral Fungia scutaria.  Proc. 4th Inter. Coral Reef Symp., Manila, 2:69-73.

Technical Reports

Krupp, D.A.  2000.  A Geographic information system for water flow and land use in the Waimanalo Stream drainage basin.  Technical report prepared for the Hawai‘i State Department of Health.

Krupp, D.A., and J. Blanck.  1995.  Preliminary report on the occurrence of mycosporine-like amino acids in the eggs of the Hawaiian scleractinian corals Montipora verrucosa and Fungia scutaria.  In:  Gulko, D., and P.L. Jokiel (eds.), Ultraviolet Radiation and Coral Reefs.  HIMB Tech. Rep. No. 41, UNIHI-Sea Grant-CR-95-03, pp. 129-134.

Dissertations

Krupp, D.A.  1982. Composition and production of the mucus of the solitary mushroom coral, Fungia scutaria (Lamarck).  Ph.D. Dissertation.  University of Hawai‘i.  228 pp.

Pedagogical Papers

Beatson, B., and D.A. Krupp.  2002.  Students study green fluorescing proteins in coral larvae.  Hawai‘i State BRIN News I(2):2.

Ashizawa, D.J., and D.A. Krupp.  1999.  Using GIS and the internet for watershed education and outreach. UCOWR Proceedings. Water: Lessons of World Development.  pp. 151-162.

Krupp, D.A.  1995.  Iowa symposium proceedings reviewed.  National Center for Science Education Reports 15(2):6.

Krupp, D.A.  1995.  Why should we teach about evolution in biological science? Humanists Hawaii Journal 1(5):2-3.

Krupp D.A.  1994.  The Biology and Ecology of Corals and Coral Reefs. In: Cunniff PA, CJ Hieggelke, BL Smith (eds.), Putting the pieces together: a guide book for leaders of coalitions of two- and four-year colleges and universities. Faculty Coalition Workshop, October 14-15, 1993, Arlington, VA. Prince George’s Community Community College and the NSF Division of Undergraduate Education. p. 59.

Krupp, D.A.  1992.  Marine science education across the Pacific. In: Beyond the Classroom: International Education and the Community College. Honolulu: Kapiolani Community College. pp.83-92.

Published Meeting Abstracts

Krupp, D.A., and L.L. Hollingsworth.  2004.  Elevated temperature sensitivity of fertilization and early development in the mushroom coral, Fungia scutaria.  10th Inter. Coral Reef Symp. Abtracts, Okinawa, Japan, June 28 - July 2, 2004, p. 189.

Hollingsworth, L.L, T.D. Lewis, D.A. Krupp, and J.C. Leong. 2004.  Early onset and expression of green fluorescent proteins in the larvae of the mushroom coral, Fungia scutaria.  10th Inter. Coral Reef Symp. Abtracts, Okinawa, Japan, June 28 - July 2, 2004, p. 229.

Hollingsworth, L.L, T.D. Lewis, D.A. Krupp and J.C. Leong.  2004.  Early onset and expression of green fluorescent proteins in the larvae of the mushroom coral, Fungia scutaria.  ASLO/TSO 2004 Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, February 15-20.

Krupp, D.A., C.L. Hunter, P.L. Jokiel, E. Neves and P.A. Gillette.  1997.  In search of the phoenix: regeneration of cryptic residual tissue in Hawaiian reef corals subjected to osmotic stress.  ASZ 1997.  Abstracts.

Weis, V.M., S. Sanders and D.A. Krupp.  1996.  Larval development in the coral Fungia scutaria  is affected by infection with symbiotic algae.  8th Inter. Coral Reef Symp. Abtracts, Panama City, Panama, June 24-29, 1996, p. 207.

Krupp, D.A., P.L. Jokiel and P. Gillette.  1996.  The regeneration of polyp stalks from septal fragments and killed coralla of the solitary mushroom coral Fungia scutaria.  8th Inter. Coral Reef Symp. Abtracts, Panama City, Panama, June 24-29, 1996, p. 109.

Krupp, D.A., and J.D. Blanck.  1996.  Sensitivity of the gametes and planulae of the mushroom coral Fungia scutaria to the pesticide chlorpyrifos.  8th Inter. Coral Reef Symp. Abtracts, Panama City, Panama, June 24-29, 1996, p. 109.

Research Papers Submitted or in Preparation

Krupp, D.A., L.L. Hollingsworth, and A. Lacks.  In preparation.  Sex reversal in the mushroom coral Fungia scutaria.

deBoer, M.D., D.A. Krupp and V.M. Weis. In preparation. Changes in host gene expression during the onset of intracellular symbiosis in the scleractinian coral Fungia scutaria.

Poland, D.M., D.A. Krupp and L.L. Hollingsworth.  In preparation.  The breeding success of wedge-tailed shearwaters (Puffinus pacificus) on Kapapa island, Kane‘ohe bay, O‘ahu,  in 2001:  A second year study of a colony unprotected from human disturbance.

Poster Sessions

Hagedorn, M., R. Steyn, V.L. Carter, R.P. Lang, D.A. Krupp, F.W. Kleinhans. 2006. Coral conservation through cryopreservation. AGU/ASLO/TOS/ERF 2006 Ocean Sciences Meeting, February 20-24, 2006.

Hollingsworth, L.L., T.D. Lewis, D.A. Krupp, R. A. Kinzie III and J.C. Leong. 2006. Green fluorescent proteins (GFPs) in the larvae of the mushroom coral, Fungia scutaria: A beacon to attract motile zooxanthellae? Poster Presentation, Hawai‘i EPSCoR Conference. Waikoloa Beach Marriot Resort. January 4-5, 2006.

Hagedorn M., R. Pan, E.F. Cox, L.L. Hollingsworth, D.A. Krupp, T.D. Lewis, J.C. Leong, P. Mazur, W.F. Rall, D.R. MacFarlane, G. Fahy and F.W. Kleinhans. 2005. Coral Conservation and Cryopreservation. 42nd Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology. Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. July 24-27, 2005.

Hollingsworth, L.L, T.D. Lewis, D.A. Krupp and J.C. Leong.  2004.  Early onset and expression of green fluorescent proteins in the larvae of the mushroom coral, Fungia scutaria.  ASLO/TSO 2004 Ocean Research Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, February 15-20.


CURRENT COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES

Board Member, Waikalua Loko Fishpond Preservation Society.  This organization is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Waikalua loko Fishpond.

President and Scientific Advisor, Reef Check Hawai‘i.  Reef Check is an international community-based, volunteer coral reef monitoring program.  I provide Reef Check training to volunteers and oversee data collection on specific Reef Check surveys.

Advisor, NALU Studies. NALU Studies is a non-profit organization engaged in delivering environmental science education to at-risk and high-risk youth in Hawai'i


REFERENCES

Dr. Jo-Ann Leong, Director, Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology, Kane‘ohe, HI 96744.

Dr. Paul Jokiel, Researcher, Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology, Kane‘ohe, HI 96744.

Mr. Doug Dykstra, Chancellor, Windward Community College, University of Hawai‘i, Kane‘ohe, HI 96744.

Dr. Richard Fulton, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affair, Windward Community College, University of Hawai‘i, Kane‘ohe, HI 96744.s

Dr. Virginia Weis, Department of Zoology, Oregon State University, Corvalis, OR 97331.