Gathering seeks to ‘identify the outer edges of what’s known’ about climate change

  • From left, Moges Wagena, Katalina Salas and Jonathon Humphries build a weather station Aug. 8 at University of Hawaii at Hilo.

  • Liam Sweeney checks a 3-D printer used to make components of the weather stations Aug. 8 at University of Hawaii at Hilo. (Photos by HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald)

  • Trista McKenzie and Jaclyn Lee build a stream gauge Aug. 8 at University of Hawaii at Hilo. (HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald)

  • HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Daniel Fuka
  • HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Shawon Rahman
  • HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Bruce Matthews
  • HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Peter Marchetto

HILO — Scientists from around the country were working to lead their fields into the future at the University of Hawaii at Hilo earlier this month.