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  • Santa Barbara Independent
    March 07, 2016

    Since the arrival of El Niño in November, sea levels have risen 20 cm to become a surrogate for the next 250 years of climate change, giving scientists the prime opportunity to study future erosion of the Santa Barbara coastline.

    Researchers at UCSB [are] currently analyzing erosion at nine research sites, extending from Coal Oil Point Reserve to Shoreline Park, with the assistance of a California Sea Grant by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

  • The Tribune
    February 28, 2016

    A California Sea Grant extension specialist based at Cal Poly has been awarded a $150,000 Pew Fellowship in marine conservation.

    Jennifer O’Leary will use the fellowship to implement and assess marine protected areas in the Indian Ocean in her role as co-director of the Science for Active Management Programoff the coast of East Africa.

  • Noozhawk
    February 18, 2016

    Winter storms and tides may have battered the coastline, but UC Santa Barbara researchers are using those El Niño conditions to track the rate of cliff erosion in Santa Barbara County.

    UCSB’s research was made possible through a NOAA California Sea Grant, which is awarding scientists who track the impacts of El Niño this winter. 

  • The New Food Economy
    February 18, 2016

    Theresa Talley, a professor at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography [and California Sea Grant], aims to raise public awareness of local seafood producers with one of her research programs, Healthy Ocean-Healthy City. Talley says getting consumers to eat local species is tough because over 90 percent of the fish Americans currently eat is imported.

  • Bay Nature
    February 01, 2016

    Troubling ocean conditions have challenged scientists. Is a silent killer entering the San Francisco Bay? research funded by California Sea Grant

  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
    January 27, 2016

    Scientists and industry experts have begun developing a new center for aquaculture headquartered at California State University’s Moss Landing Marine Laboratories.

    The aquaculture facility already received funding from the Packard Foundation and the Moss Landing meeting was supported by California Sea Grant.

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