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  • Home | California Sea Grant
    unique partnership that unites the resources of the federal government the State of California and universities across the state to create knowledge products and services that benefit the economy the environment and the citizens of California Current Research Projects Deadlines Opportunities There are no upcoming deadlines or opportunities available at this time California Sea Grant News News Research 2015 Presidential Migratory Bird Stewardship Awarded 05 29 2015 Extension Outreach Catching

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  • Sign Up For News | California Sea Grant
    select one or more lists to subscribe to Email Email Lists Funding Fellowship Announcements All CA Sea Grant News Announcements Only want Shoreline Newsletter Sign Up for News Seen in the Press Shoreline Newsletter Contact the Communications Staff Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500 Gilman Dr 0232 La Jolla CA 92093 0232 858 534 4440 caseagrant ucsd edu Giving Stay Connected Sign Up for News

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  • Give | California Sea Grant
    the solution of problems related to human impacts on the coast and coastal ecosystems Each fellow receives a modest monthly stipend during the year long placement Your generous donation will help support the education and training of California s future ocean scientists and policy experts Please click on the large Give Now button to initiate your donation and thank you If you have questions about the State Fellowship program and how our giving campaign works to help support it please direct them to California Sea Grant s Director at sgdirector ucsd edu or 858 534 4440 Give Now While it has been a bit of a steep learning curve I ve already gained an immense amount of knowledge regarding aquaculture regulations and the permitting process Nicole Bobco Former CA Sea Grant State Fellow 1 of 3 Former CA Sea Grant State Fellow Mary Matella earned her doctorate in environmental science policy and management from UC Berkeley in 2013 Her thesis explored new methods and tools to plan and evaluate habitat restoration projects in the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta At the California Coastal Commission Mary worked on the Coastal Commission Sea Level Rise Policy Guidance part of a larger statewide strategy to respond to climate change Anthony Shiao former CA Sea Grant State Fellow has an interest in science and law After earning a J D from Lewis and Clark Law School Shiao earned Master of Advanced Study in Ocean Biodiversity and Conservation from Scripps Institution of Oceanography At the California Department of Fish and Wildlife Marine Region Anthony drafted part of a fishery management plan as well as offered assistance on the drafting of the accompanying regulatory package Former CA Sea Grant State Fellow Liz Parissenti received a B S and M S in Earth Systems from Stanford University As

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  • About Us | California Sea Grant
    and grant administration services Extension specialists dedicated to impartial research and outreach for coastal stakeholders and communities News and library services Connection to a nation wide network of Sea Grant experts and partners CASG is one of 33 state programs funded by the National Sea Grant College Program part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA Matching funds come from the states and private sources California Sea Grant is

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  • Fellowships | California Sea Grant
    have advanced to careers in academia nonprofit organizations and state and federal government agencies Current Fellowship Opportunities Past Fellowships Opportunities Managing Your Fellowship Award Fellows Blog Where are our alumni Fellowship News As ENSO forecasting has improved so has Pacific albacore fishing 2015 John A Knauss Fellows Announced 17 Fellows 11 Agencies State Fellows Program Continues Record Growth Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500 Gilman

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  • Grants & Funding | California Sea Grant
    list of past recipients California Sea Grant typically issues a call for research proposals each year in late January In addition we announce fellowships and other funding opportunities during the year Check our home page for due dates To sign up for email announcements fill out this form Current Funding Opportunities Call for Full Proposals 2016 June 30 2015 CASG Program Development Awards No Deadline Current Funding Opportunities Expired Funding

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  • News | California Sea Grant
    explore alternative marketing May 11 2015 A new website has launched to help commercial fishermen sell their catch directly to the increasing number of customers seeking high quality local seafood Fellowships Research As ENSO forecasting has improved so has Pacific albacore fishing April 27 2015 NMFS Sea Grant Fellow uncovers how weather forecasting helps fishermen policy makers Research Summaries of Projects Selected for Funding through the South Coast MPA Baseline Program April 01 2015 The South Coast MPA Baseline Program is a collaboration of California Sea Grant Ocean Protection Council Department of Fish and Game Ocean Science Trust and MPA Monitoring Enterprise to establis Extension News Research Study Non native Manila clam has established in Mission Bay San Diego March 30 2015 Clam raises questions about non native species in California fisheries aquaculture Extension Outreach Research How can we grow aquaculture in California March 26 2015 Mike Wilson has a vision for the future of aquaculture fewer headaches and more locally grown seafood Pages 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next last Sign Up for News Seen in the Press Shoreline Newsletter Contact the Communications Staff Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500

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  • Extension & Outreach | California Sea Grant
    federal Sea Grant funds CASGEP personnel have been extremely successful in applying for and receiving grants from a variety of sources that support research education and outreach projects that Protect water quality including effects of freshwater inputs Ensure safe and sustainable seafood Control aquatic invasive species Recover endangered salmon restore watersheds and protect marine habitats Study socioeconomic factors affecting fishing and fishing communities Contribute to ecosystem based management involving diverse stakeholders in an era of climate change Create partnerships to address critical needs in aquaculture coastal community development and fisheries management among others Our Mission Discover and transfer science based knowledge to help California and its residents better balance the competing needs of using and conserving coastal and marine resources for future generations California s Need for Extension Services Nearly 30 million of California s 36 5 million residents live in the state s 20 coastal and San Francisco Bay area counties creating the largest ocean based economy in the country The top six coastal dependent industries alone generate about 43 billion annually A Statewide Team Problem Solving California Sea Grant Extension Program CASGEP is headquartered at Scripps Institution of Oceanography University of California San Diego Its eight extension advisors

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