A California Sea Grant-funded study provides the largest analysis of coastal cliff erosion and provides a new hazard index to identify high-risk areas.


Learn how to identify coho salmon, steelhead, and Chinook to avoid harming an endangered species while fishing.

Public supports ocean protection

People around the world strongly support ocean conservation measures, according to a new study by a team of international researchers including California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Jennifer O’Leary.

Using nature to manage rising sea levels

Shoring up dunes, marshes, and other natural ecosystems could protect California communities from sea-level rise, while bringing multiple benefits for people and ecosystems.
Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship

Deadline and Opportunities

Application Deadline: February 23, 2018

Application Deadline: March 02, 2018

Application Deadline: March 15, 2018

Tracking water contamination to its source

New tools could allow beach managers to make better decisions about when to put up beach water quality advisories and help reduce the risk of illness.

Two new grants for aquaculture research

NOAA Sea Grant awards $9.3 million in grants for 32 projects to advance the development sustainable marine and coastal aquaculture.

New study to highlight sustainable aquaculture

In collaboration with the Aquarium of the Pacific’s Seafood for the Future program, USC Sea Grant, and other partners, California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Paul Olin will contribute science-based content to support aquaculture outreach and education.
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