Rick Starr Discusses Seascape Ecology as 2022 Ed Ricketts Memorial Award Recipient
The marine scientist and former extension program director will provide a lecture on seascape ecology on Oct. 26
Rock scallops like it rough
By going against conventional wisdom, a team of California Sea Grant and Moss Landing Marine Lab researchers might have finally figured out some critical factors for farming large quantities of elusive giant rock scallop larvae
Pinning down the pesticides
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
California Sea Grant Receives Nearly $700,000 To Develop New Hatchery Technologies For Seaweed Farming
Funding will address critical knowledge gaps in propagating seaweed and expanding U.S. seaweed markets
California Sea Grant Awarded Nearly $630,000 In Yellowtail Research Funding
Improving production of this commercially ready marine fish for aquaculture will help reduce America’s reliance on imported seafood
Study finds coralline algae are threatened by the dual stressors of ocean acidification and warming
These hard algae look similar to coral and are ecologically and economically important to kelp forest ecosystems
“Fishing for Meaning”
The underlying social significance of harvesting and eating seafood from urban San Diego Bay
Ocean acidification can pose a challenge to abalone aquaculture. Seaweed can help
Growing dulse alongside abalone could have big benefits for aquaculture
Scientists study Pacific swordfish ecology for sustainable management
The swordfish industry is big business. By studying the genetics and movements of swordfish, scientists have begun to address important management questions for this elusive resource.
New Guide to Help Communities Plan For Sea Level Rise
As sea levels rise across the globe, preparation is critical for coastal communities that face increased flooding, eroding beaches and threats to critical infrastructure.
Reducing fishing line pollution one recycling bin at a time
California Sea Grant's NOAA Marine Debris Program Extension Fellow recently facilitated the addition of 50 new bins.
California’s sardines aren’t growing as large in warming oceans
Climate change sardines may impact fisheries and food webs.