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  • Eureka Times-Standard
    October 24, 2016

    The Humboldt Bay Symposium at the Wharfinger Building in Eureka presented two days of updates, development and changes that have happened within the region over the last two years.

    “Two days was not enough, but I feel like we put together the best group of experts that we possibly could,” said Joe Tyburczy of California Sea Grant, a main sponsor of the symposium.

  • Voice of America
    October 02, 2016

    Scientists who share the vision of thriving fish farms off the California coast met at workshops this year and last sponsored by the Sea Grant program.

    "Populations of wild fish in the oceans today are approximately half or less than half of what they historically were," said Paul Olin of California Sea Grant.

  • The Conversation
    September 27, 2016

    On the California coast, Steven Morgan at the University of California at Davis documented larval behaviors of shore-dwelling species that apparently enabled them to avoid being swept offshore by strong currents. And Morgan’s colleague John Largier explored the pattern of currents in which the larvae drifted.

  • San Diego Union Tribune
    August 19, 2016

    The San Diego Unified Port District is in the early stages of jumpstarting a vibrant, growing aquaculture industry in San Diego Bay.

    Theresa Talley, a coastal specialist and researcher at the California Sea Grant program at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, said major seafood operations in San Diego Bay are probably not appropriate quite yet.

    “The water quality isn’t fit for food quality,” she said. Even shooting for success in 50 years is ambitious.

  • La Jolla Light
    August 11, 2016

    State Fellows Morgan Visalli and Jocelyn Enevoldsen are environmental science graduates from UC Santa Barbara who’ve taken on the task of walking the 1,300 miles of the California Coastal Trail. On Tuesday, they passed through La Jolla and met with students and beachgoers for a chat by Scripps Pier.

  • NBC News
    July 13, 2016

    More than a thousand people packed a ballroom at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Wednesday to hear about proposals to redevelop Seaport Village. For the first time, the public was invited to comment on the plans proposed by six developers on Wednesday.

    Theresa Talley of Sea Grant told NBC 7 that she wants the ocean environment to be sustained.

    “We're just hoping that some of these messages of being concerned about the environment, people's well-being, the fishing industry and aquaculture stay on the forefront,” Talley said.