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California Sea Grant
We are looking for a vibrant, accomplished, and collaborative leader to serve as the Director of California Sea Grant.
San Francisco Bay and Outer Coast Sentinel Site Cooperative Coordinator
We seek a coordinator that will connect San Francisco Bay decision makers to critical NOAA and NOAA partner resources to improve their capacity to understand and address sea-level rise.
From condors to oysters, California Sea Grant funds new coastal research
California Sea Grant has selected 12 projects to receive 2018-2020 research funding, totaling $2.87 million to support California coastal science
To bring back abalone, researchers aim to outsmart octopus
Scientists must learn about the California two-spot octopus to restore the endangered white abalone.
California Ocean Litter Strategy takes aim at multiple pollution sources
In partnership with the California Ocean Protection Council, NOAA Marine Debris Program, and a wide range of California stakeholders, California Sea Grant’s Miho Ligare and Nina Venuti helped develop the new ocean litter prevention strategy.
A little water could make a big difference for endangered salmon
Low streamflow in summer is one of the biggest bottlenecks to the recovery of endangered coho salmon, according to a new study led by California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Mariska Obedzinski.
State-of-the-art ocean chemistry monitoring comes to Humboldt Bay
The “Burke-o-Lator” has been installed at Hog Island Oyster Company’s new hatchery. It is the third such device to be set up in the state.
NOW ACCEPTING PUBLIC COMMENT:
Ocean Resources Enhancement and Hatchery Program
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is gathering input from interested stakeholders regarding the OREHP program until July 31, 2018.
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