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Class of 2016 State Fellows Announced

New host agencies include the Office of Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project (SCCWRP) and NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center

Forecasting of algal blooms improves after record year in 2015

UC Santa Cruz scientists track the spread, cause of neurotoxic algal blooms to provide forecasts

Restoring endangered coho to the Russian River, one stream at a time

Mariska Obedzinski and the Russian River Coho Water Resources Partnership find and fix low flow streams

California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Receives The Maritime Alliance Sustainable Seafood Award

Scientist Theresa Talley recognized for strengthening community connections to local seafood

What 1458 studies have to say about the impact of marine reserves [+ infographic]

Marine reserves drive big changes in underwater communities, evolution

Mission accomplished?

As Southern California restores more wetlands, researcher looks for the finish line [+infographic]

Study: Groundwater pollution fuels Monterey Bay’s harmful algal blooms [+infographic]

Nitrates in groundwater leach into coast, fuel persistence of harmful algae

2015 Presidential Migratory Bird Stewardship Awarded

California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Joe Tyburczy shares honors with research partners

As ENSO forecasting has improved, so has Pacific albacore fishing

NMFS-Sea Grant Fellow uncovers how weather forecasting helps fishermen, policy makers

Study: Non-native Manila clam has established in Mission Bay, San Diego

Clam raises questions about non-native species in California fisheries, aquaculture

How can we grow aquaculture in California?

Symposium begins the broader discussion about California aquaculture law

Study: For central California’s marine protected areas, recovery will take time

An update on the first seven years of monitoring within four marine protected areas between San Francisco and Morro Bay

Scientists search for “disappearing” young Coho salmon

Humboldt researchers track the fate of Coho juveniles forced from their birthing grounds by poor water quality

For Humboldt salmon, the food chain is always changing

Humboldt appears to be a complicated mixing zone for zooplankton.

2015 John A. Knauss Fellows Announced

California Sea Grant nominees selected for marine policy fellowship in Washington, D.C.