Healthy Coastal Ecosystems
Taking Infestation with a Grain of Salt
SDSU biologist and CA Sea Grant awardee Jeremy Long is currently further exploring the complex interplay between insects, plant growth, and the overall stress of the marsh environment.
Recovery program sets up coho salmon rebound
Once home to healthy populations of steelhead trout, coho and Chinook salmon, California’s Russian River watershed experienced a steep decline in the abundance of these fish in recent decades.
California Sea Grant launches sandy beach ecosystem microsite for land use planners, managers and beachgoers
A new microsite for land use planners, beach managers, and anyone who enjoys the beach has been unveiled.
Fighting the world’s largest landfill starts at the local level
California Sea Grant state fellow at the Ocean Protection Council, Mandy Sackett, is part of a team working to develop California marine debris initiatives.
Fishermen now the “right hand” of marine research
Bycatch reduction, gear recovery and direct-seafood marketing are among the topics currently addressed through collaborative research with commercial and recreational fishermen.
Floating robots “go with the flow” to monitor water quality
A UC Berkeley research team has built a fleet of floating robots that will be deployed in a freshwater, tidal wetland of the San Francisco Estuary, as part of a new Delta Science Fellowship project