Ready for the Next Step: Underrepresented & Minority Undergrads Wrap Up Their California Sea Grant Internships
The year-long internships focus on kelp recovery, but the opportunity allows students to gain new experiences in science. For some, it’s helping to launch new careers.
A $2.7 Million Funding Award Aims For End-of-Life Solutions For Plastics Used By Growers Along California’s Central Coast
Millions of pounds of plastics are used on coastal farm fields each year; a new funding award will help researchers to find ways of keeping it out of nearby streams and the ocean
The state’s unique network of marine protected areas extends for over a thousand miles and protects California’s coastal and marine ecosystems holistically
Living shorelines can help combat erosion caused by sea level rise. A new study investigates what approaches work best.
Lower flows and warming water temperatures are creating a potentially deadly timing mismatch for young salmon headed to sea
By embracing complexity and nuance, Chapman University’s Richelle Tanner is searching for a more inclusive and effective approach to biology
The volume and variety of pesticides sprayed in California seem almost incomprehensible. Nonetheless, Delta Science Fellow Nicol Parker has built a model that can track their toxic spread
These hard algae look similar to coral and are ecologically and economically important to kelp forest ecosystems