The Fifth Ocean Climate Summit, hosted by the Greater Farallones Association, brought together policymakers and scientists in California focused on the impacts of climate change on marine and coastal ecosystems. The aim of the summit was to identify collective priority actions to further advance climate science, communication, and adaptation in order to better protect the north-central California coast and ocean from the impacts of climate change over the next ten years.
California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Carrie Pomoroy presented a talk entitled "Implications of climate change for fisheries: The human dimensions."
Brenna Mahoney, San Francisco Bay and Outer Coast Sentinel Site Coordinator, also participated in the meeting. View the final program.