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Seafood Specialist Retiree Elected to the International Academy of Food Science and Technology
Pamela Tom selected as an outstanding food scientist and technologist by premier global organization
Findings from San Diego Dockside Fishing Markets Feasibility Study to be Presented
Researchers to report results at Fish Public during Slow Food Urban San Diego mixer.
California Sea Grant launches sandy beach ecosystem microsite for land use planners, managers and beachgoers
A new microsite for land use planners, beach managers, and anyone who enjoys the beach has been unveiled.
Engaging ocean-goers in harmful algal bloom monitoring
Patterns of harmful algal bloom formation are changing off California.
Fishermen gather data on lobster fishery
California’s spiny lobster is a delectable, highly mobile crustacean, worth about $13.7-million dockside in 2012, according to fisheries managers.
New posters highlight local CA seafood
To help educate the public, California Sea Grant has created four regional posters that highlight local, commercially caught and farmed marine seafood.
New resource about offshore energy planning available
A new resource highlights California-relevant sections of a 2012 Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) report.
CA Sea Grant Seafood Specialist to retire
California Sea Grant Seafood Specialist Pamela Tom will retire after nearly 40 years of service with the University of California.
First CA Sea Grant Extension Fellowship awarded
Carey Batha has won a California Sea Grant Extension Fellowship at the California Coastal Commission.
CA Sea Grant Specialist to study local seafood
The farm-to-table movement is here in San Diego.