Monique Myers is a researcher based in Santa Barbara, previously a California Sea Grant Extension Specialist. Her work broadly addresses resilient coastal communities and healthy coastal ecosystems, which are key focal areas for California Sea Grant. Myers has led a diverse array of projects and collaborates with a variety of government agencies, nonprofit groups, students, university researchers and other stakeholders.
Featured outreach projects
- CoAST SB: Community Alliance for Surveying the Topography of Sandy Beaches
- Explore Beach Ecosystems of Southern California
- Reef Friendly Aquariums Website
Myers M, et al., 2019. A multidisciplinary coastal vulnerability assessment for local government focused on ecosystems, Santa Barbara area, California. Ocean and Coastal Management, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2019.104921
Langridge R. Barnard, P., Basu, R., Berg, N., Brumbaugh, D., Chen, Y., Chen, N., D’Antonio, C., Dugan J., East, A., Fox, L., Hannah, L., Herbst, D., Kreitler, J., Loik, M., Myers, M., Nolan, M., Pearson, D., Sankey, J., Snyder, M., Sinervo, B., Smith, C., Torregrosa, A., Tourte, L., and Tague, C. 2018 Central Coast Summary Report. California’s Fourth Climate Assessment. Publication SUM-CCCA4-2018-006 http://www.climateassessment.ca.gov/regions/docs/20180827-CentralCoast.pdf
Monique R. Myers, Cayan, D. R., Iacobellis, S. F., Melack, J. M., Beighley, R. E., Barnard, P. L., Dugan, J. E. and Page, H. M., 2017. Santa Barbara Area Coastal Ecosystem Vulnerability Assessment. CASG-17-009.
Monique R. Myers and Richard F. Ambrose. 2015. Salt Marsh Reduces Fecal Indicator Bacteria Input to Coastal Waters in Southern California. Bulletin of the S. California Academy of Sciences: Vol. 114: Iss. 2.
Monique R. Myers and Richard F. Ambrose 2012. A Student and Teacher Watershed and Wetland Education Program: Extension to Promote Community Social-Ecological Resilience. Journal of Extension: Vol. 50 Iss. 4.
Curriculum Vitae (PDF)