Resilient Coastal Communities and Economies
Rising to the Challenge: Results of the 2011 California Coastal Adaptation Needs Assessment
The overarching goal of this survey was to understand the needs of professionals working along California's open ocean, bay, delta and estuarine coastlines to prepar
Statewide High-Resolution Assessment of California Coastal Cliff Erosion and Retreat
In this project, the scientist will lead an effort to measure and map recent coastal cliff erosion and retreat along most of the California coast, using aerial laser survey data collected in 1998,
Spatial Redistribution of Fishing Effort: Identifying Drivers and Testing Model Predictions for Informing Expectations in Marine Spatial Planning
Do marine reserves reduce fishermen’s catches or simply displace where fish are caught? Is “spill-over” real and can it be documented from catch records?
Beach Evolution on Scales from Storms to Years
The physical oceanographers leading this project have been monitoring sand movement at three beaches in San Diego County that received beach nourishment in 2012 through a $28-million regional beach
IPM for Boats: Integrated Pest Management for Hull Fouling in Southern California Coastal Marinas
This 28-page illustrated technical report introduces integrated Pest Management (IPM) for fouling control on recreational boats.
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