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  • Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems | California Sea Grant
    Grant Ocean Protection Council Department of Fish and Game Ocean Science Trust and MPA Monitoring Enterprise to establis Santa Barbara Area Coastal Ecosystem Vulnerability Assessment SBA CEVA Fisheries Social Science Using Genomics to Assess Larval Recruitment Understanding abalone recruitment arrival of young Effects of seastar loss on intertidal communities Causes and Consequences of Eelgrass Decline in Morro Bay Quagga Zebra Mussel Monitoring Submersible Surveys Pages 1 2 3 4 5

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/focus-areas/healthy-coastal-and-marine-ecosystems (2015-06-03)
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  • Carolynn Culver | California Sea Grant
    offshore oil platforms ICES Journal of Marine Science 65 851 861 Culver C S J B Richards and H M Page 2006 Plasticity of attachment of the purple hinge rock scallop Crassadoma gigantea implications for commercial culture Aquaculture 254 361 369 Culver Carolynn S Henry M Page and Jenifer E Dugan 2005 Oil gas platforms Sources for marine natural products Global Aquaculture Advocate June 60 61 Rudnick D T Veldhuizen R Tullis C Culver K Hieb and B Tsukimura 2005 A life history model for the San Francisco Estuary population of the Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis Decapoda Grapsoidea Biol Invasions 7 333 350 Culver Carolynn S and Armand M Kuris 2004 Susceptibility of California gastropods to an introduced South African sabellid polychaete Terebrasabella heterouncinata Invert Biol 123 4 316 323 Culver C S and A M Kuris 2001 Sheep crab In California s Living Marine Resources A status report pp 115 117 Eds W Leet C Dewees R Klingbeil and E Larson University of California ANR SG01 11 592 pp Culver C S and A M Kuris 2000 The first apparent eradication of a locally established introduced marine pest Biological Invasions 2 245 253 Biography Dr Culver runs her program from the Santa Barbara Channel region of south central California Her program addresses the general vision of California Sea Grant to promote the sustainable use of marine and coastal resources in support of thriving human and natural communities She supports this vision by facilitating and conducting research and extending research based information to help California communities solve coastal and marine issues especially those related to aquatic invasive species marine invertebrate fisheries and shellfish mariculture Research Program Culver s research interests include understanding life history characteristics and population dynamics of aquatic organisms and applying this information to improve management of non native invasive species and fisheries resources and to enhance culture technologies of marine species She was a lead researcher on the successful eradication of a marine pest and she remains actively engaged in management of invasive species She is currently working collaboratively with many groups to minimize the impacts of non native species including quagga and zebra mussels and several marine organisms that are transported via boat hulls Culver also is evaluating ways to assist the state with management of fisheries resources through collaborative fisheries research to collect field data and promote its integration into the management process She continues to gather essential fisheries information on marine resources and those who depend on them to enhance management of California s fisheries Her work in mariculture currently assists those interested in culturing rock scallops and other marine shellfish Culver is a UC certified research diver and SCUBA diving is often a part of her research program Education and Outreach Program Dr Culver provides education and outreach programs to policy makers and stakeholders by conducting workshops for and disseminating information about research based solutions for addressing marine and coastal issues She develops materials and conducts trainings about citizen monitoring of invasive

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/profile/carolynn-culver (2015-06-03)
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  • Carrie Pomeroy | California Sea Grant
    for the US West Coast and beyond Biological Conservation 143 3 576 587 Mazzillo F M C Pomeroy J Kuo P T Ramondi R Prado and M W Silver 2010 Exposure of anglers to domoic acid contaminated fish caught in Monterey Bay California Aquatic Biology 9 1 1 12 Starr R M C S Culver C Pomeroy S McMillan T Barnes and D Aseltine Neilson 2010 Managing data poor fisheries Case studies models and solutions Workshop proceedings Final Data Poor Fisheries Workshop 1 4 December 2008 Bauer M T M Leschine P Hoagland D L Ayres B G Blount L L Lamp C Pomeroy C W Scherer J Schumacker K G Sellner M R Sengco and P A Tester 2009 Human dimensions research strategies for harmful algal bloom response Enhancing scientific support for coastal decision making Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8 2 75 83 Hall Arber M C Pomeroy and F D L Conway 2009 Figuring out the human dimensions of fisheries Illuminating models Marine and Coastal Fisheries Dynamics Management and Ecosystem Science 1 300 314 Pomeroy C and M Stevens 2008 Santa Cruz Harbor Commercial Fishing Community Profile California Fishing Communities Project University of California Sea Grant College Program T 066 San Diego CA 34 pp Biography Pomeroy is based in the Monterey Bay region of Central California and works statewide Stewardship long term social and economic well being and responsible use of California s coastal and marine resources are at the heart of California Sea Grant s mission Pomeroy supports this mission by conducting research and outreach programs that focus on the social cultural and economic human dimensions aspects of fisheries and coastal communities and finding research based solutions to opportunities and challenges facing fisheries and fishing communities Research Pomeroy is a social scientist interested in the human dimensions of fisheries and fishing communities and how environmental regulatory social and economic factors affect their function and well being She is conducting several research projects that engage California s fishing communities to better understand trends in fisheries and coastal communities identify sources of resilience and vulnerability and help evaluate and inform management She also is studying the human dimensions of seafood production and consumption in the context of local marketing and public health protection She uses a variety of qualitative and quantitative social science research approaches including ethnographic survey and archival research and integrating diverse types and sources of data to afford contextualized results Education and Outreach In addition to conducting research Pomeroy helps organizations conduct workshops to evaluate and disseminate information useful for the development of marine policy Pomeroy provides technical advice to governmental agencies resource users and communities and environmental organizations on resource management working waterfronts and related topics She has assisted with the development of the Monterey Bay area Voices of the Bay Fisheries Education Project providing social science information and serving on its advisory board since its inception in 2005 She also is working on the development of informational materials that educate communities

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/profile/carrie-pomeroy (2015-06-03)
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  • Study: For central California’s marine protected areas, recovery will take time | California Sea Grant
    suggest part of this trend may be due to good conditions for fish outside the reserves Stringent fishery regulations in California over the last decade have reduced fishing pressure while ocean conditions favored successful reproduction for many of the species in the study Cold water species take longer to recover Marine protected areas allow little or no harvesting in order to provide a refuge for commercially fished species and other marine wildlife Eventually fish rebuild their population size and generate spillover to the surrounding ocean but the recovery time can vary Early research on MPAs came from tropical areas where fish tend to have a shorter lifespan and are fast breeders says Starr When you protect those areas they rapidly rebuild their population It can take as little as three to five years We didn t see those results in cold central California waters Starr explains Some of the fish here live for more than fifty years growing and breeding slowly Other reserves in California where ocean conditions vary widely may behave differently MPAs near the Channel Islands saw a rebound of fisheries in just five years although Starr cautions that these results were primarily noticed for short lived or fast growing species Conversations planned with fishermen agencies to discuss implications for fishery management One of the objectives of the project which is funded by the Ocean Protection Council and California Sea Grant is to work with agencies and fishermen to use the monitoring results for better fisheries management Wendt says Our goal is to improve conservation and economic outcomes for California fisheries by building strong partnerships between fishermen scientists non governmental organizations and resource managers Starr and Wendt will soon be meeting with fishermen and state fishery managers to work on a management plan that includes the expertise and

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/study-for-central-californias-marine-protected-areas-recovery-will-take-time (2015-06-03)
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  • Education | California Sea Grant
    Food Web Support in the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta s Marsh Ecosystem Salinity Tolerances and Biomarkers of Salt Stress in Longfin and Delta Smelt Controls on the Net Carbon Emissions from Restored Wetland Ecosystems Education Making Waves Ocean Literacy and Stewardship Camp SEA Lab Supporting an Educational Marine Science Camp for Urban Youth Strand S Supporting an Educational Marine Science Camp for Urban Youth R E 71PD 7 01 2001

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/focus-areas/education (2015-06-03)
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  • Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply | California Sea Grant
    we grow aquaculture in California Mike Wilson has a vision for the future of aquaculture fewer headaches and more locally grown seafood Study For central California s marine protected areas recovery will take time Research suggests that central California s MPAs may eventually produce more and larger fishes than areas open to fishing but the benefits could take time to accrue Healthy Ocean Healthy City Program Understanding abalone recruitment arrival

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/focus-areas/safe-and-sustainable-fisheries-and-seafood-supply (2015-06-03)
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  • Ongoing Projects | California Sea Grant
    Gregor Hodgson Hawk Rosales Heidi Ballard Henry Page Ivano Aiello Jack Rensel Jaime Jahncke James Moore James Morris Jayson Smith Jenifer Dugan Jennifer Burnaford Jennifer Caselle Jeremy Claisse Jerry Schubel Joe Tyburczy John Largier John Ryan John Valencia Julie Bursek Karina Nielsen Kenneth Riley Kim Penttila Kimberly Selkoe Laura Rogers Bennett Laurie Richmond Libe Washburn Marisol Garcia Reyes Mark Stacey Mike Zamboni Monica Galligan Patricia Foschi Paul Reilly Peter Raimondi Peter Swerzenski Phil Capitolo Rachel Sundberg Randy Lovell Raphael Kudela Rick Starr Rosa Laucci Ryan Jenkinson Sally Holbrook Sean Craig Shawn Rowe Stephanie Carlson Stephen Kullmann Stephen Schroeter Steve Gaines Steve Santen Thomas Torma Timothy Mulligan Todd Martz W Breck Tyler William O Reilly William Sydeman Yi Chao Focus Area Any Education Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Resilient Coastal Communities Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply Start Date Year Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Project Number Title Focus Area Start End Date R AQ 133 Development of Sustainable Tuna Aquaculture in the United States Using Yellowfin Tuna as a Model Principal Investigators Mark Drawbridge Co principal Investigators Dan Margulies Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply 2012 02 to 2015 01 R AQ 134 Maximizing the Values of Offshore Aquaculture Development in the Context of Multiple Ocean Uses Principal Investigators Sarah Lester Co principal Investigators Steve Gaines Christopher Costello Libe Washburn Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply 2012 09 to 2015 03 R AQ 136 Sustainable Marine Aquaculture in the Southern California Bight A Case Study on Environmental and Regulatory Confidence Principal Investigators Paul Olin Co principal Investigators Jack Rensel Kenneth Riley James Morris Jerry Schubel Dale Kiefer Diane Windham Randy Lovell Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply 2014 09 to 2016 08 R CC 04 Consequences of Nearshore Low Oxygen and Low pH

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/ongoing-projects?title=&project_number=&principal_investigator=All&co_principal_investigator=All&focus_area=All&project_dates[value]&order=field_project_number&sort=asc (2015-06-03)
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  • Ongoing Projects | California Sea Grant
    Robinette Dave Hankin David A Caron Dean Wendt Diane Windham Dirk Rosen Doug Neilson Drew Barrett Ed Parnell Eric Sanford Gregor Hodgson Hawk Rosales Heidi Ballard Henry Page Ivano Aiello Jack Rensel Jaime Jahncke James Moore James Morris Jayson Smith Jenifer Dugan Jennifer Burnaford Jennifer Caselle Jeremy Claisse Jerry Schubel Joe Tyburczy John Largier John Ryan John Valencia Julie Bursek Karina Nielsen Kenneth Riley Kim Penttila Kimberly Selkoe Laura Rogers Bennett Laurie Richmond Libe Washburn Marisol Garcia Reyes Mark Stacey Mike Zamboni Monica Galligan Patricia Foschi Paul Reilly Peter Raimondi Peter Swerzenski Phil Capitolo Rachel Sundberg Randy Lovell Raphael Kudela Rick Starr Rosa Laucci Ryan Jenkinson Sally Holbrook Sean Craig Shawn Rowe Stephanie Carlson Stephen Kullmann Stephen Schroeter Steve Gaines Steve Santen Thomas Torma Timothy Mulligan Todd Martz W Breck Tyler William O Reilly William Sydeman Yi Chao Focus Area Any Education Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Resilient Coastal Communities Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply Start Date Year Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Project Number Title Focus Area Start End Date R MPA 28 Use of Estuarine Intertidal and Subtidal Habitats by Seabirds within the MLPA South Coast Study Region Principal Investigators Daniel Robinette Co principal Investigators Jaime Jahncke 2015 01 R MPA 39 Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Keystone Marine Species and Ecosystems Principal Investigators Megan Rocha Co principal Investigators Hawk Rosales Rachel Sundberg Thomas Torma 2014 02 to 2017 01 R SOC 02 Toward Resilience and Sustainable Seafood Supply Assessing Direct Marketing Approaches for the West Coast Fishing Communities Principal Investigators Barbara Walker Co principal Investigators Carrie Pomeroy Carolynn Culver Kimberly Selkoe Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply 2012 02 to 2015 03 R HMCE 07 The Spread and Ecological Consequences of the Invasive Seaweed Sargassum horneri Principal Investigators Daniel Reed Co principal

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/grants-and-funding/ongoing-projects?title=&project_number=&principal_investigator=All&co_principal_investigator=All&focus_area=All&project_dates[value]&order=title&sort=desc (2015-06-03)
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