Press Release: New paper shows that adding even small amounts of water to streams can help California’s migratory fish
Researchers from UC Berkeley and California Sea Grant say the technique offers a simple tool to help assist California’s migratory fish
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.
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.
Through a new fellowship, Meliza Le Alvarado will improve access to coastal resilience science for communities around the San Diego-Northern Baja California region.
Lower flows and warming water temperatures are creating a potentially deadly timing mismatch for young salmon headed to sea
Already, water tables in some areas are inching up. This could make coastal regions more prone to flooding. But there are more insidious consequences, too.
These hard algae look similar to coral and are ecologically and economically important to kelp forest ecosystems