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  • Andrew Lauermann | California Sea Grant
    Lauermann Marine Applied Research Exploration MARE Outside Researcher andy maregroup org Research Projects Baseline Characterization and Monitoring of the MPAs along the North Coast ROV Surveys of the Subtidal 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 Join our mailing lists and receive funding and fellowship

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  • Rick Starr | California Sea Grant
    M Carr G Davis P Dayton D Gotshall D Gunderson M Hixon J Lubchenco M Mangel A McCall D McArdle J Ogden C Pomeroy J Roughgarden R M Starr M Tegner and M Yoklavich 1999 No take Reserve Networks Sustaining Fishery Populations and Marine Ecosystems Journal American Fisheries Society Vol 24 11 11 25 Starr R M and R E Thorne 1998 Acoustic assessment of squid stocks pp 181 198 in P G Rodhouse E G Dawe and R K O Dor eds Squid recruitment dynamics the genus Illex as a model the commercial Illex species and influences on variability FAO Fish Tech Pap No 376 Rome Italy Starr R M 1998 Design principles for rockfish reserves on the U S West Coast pp 50 63 in Yoklavich M ed Marine harvest refugia for west coast rockfish a workshop NOAA NMFS Tech Memo NOAA TM NMFS SWFSC 255 159 pp Starr R M K A Johnson N Laman and G M Cailliet 1998 Fishery resources of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary California Sea Grant College System Publication No T 042 101 pp Yoklavich M R M Starr J Steger H G Greene F Schwing and C Malzone 1997 Mapping benthic habitats and ocean currents in the vicinity of Central California s Big Creek Ecological Reserve NOAA NMFS Tech Memo NOAA TM NMFS SWFSC 245 52 pp Starr R M and K A Johnson 1997 Goal oriented marine reserves A zoogeographic approach pp 68 78 in Marine Protected Areas of California A Summary of a Conference Session University of California Sea Grant Publication Starr R M and D S Fox 1997 Can fishery catch data supplement research cruise data A geographical comparison of research and commercial catch data pp 190 197 in D A Hancock D C Smith A Grant J B Beumer eds Developing and Sustaining World Fisheries Resources The State of Science and Management Proceedings Second World Fisheries Congress CSIRO Australia Starr R M and D S Fox 1996 Pueden los datos de las capturas pesqueras comerciales sustituir los datos generados en cruceros de investigacion Comparacion geografica de los datos de capturas pesqueras comerciales y de investigacion utilizando la tecnica de sistemas de informacion geografica Paper distributed at workshop on marine fisheries management at University of Guadalajara October 14 18 1996 Guadalajara Mexico Fox D S and R M Starr 1996 Comparison of commercial fishery and research catch data Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Vol 53 12 2681 2694 Starr R M D S Fox M A Hixon B N Tissot G E Johnson and W H Barss 1996 Comparison of submersible survey and hydroacoustic survey estimates of fish density on a rocky bank Fishery Bulletin 94 113 123 Biography Rick Starr is the Director of California Sea Grant s Extension Program and is located at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Monterey Bay central California Environmental stewardship long term economic development and responsible use of California s coastal and marine resources are at the heart of California Sea Grant s mission Starr supports this mission by conducting research and outreach programs that focus on the biology and ecology of economically important species to find research based solutions to marine conservation problems Research Interests Starr is interested in the distribution and movements of marine species species habitat associations and the collection of biological and ecological data for use in fisheries management He is currently working with commercial and recreational fishing communities to gather information about a variety of nearshore fishes to help evaluate new marine reserves and provide information for stock assessments Starr also studies deeper water species using submersible ROV and drop camera techniques to evaluate species compositions sizes and distributions of fishes His field research experience includes principal investigator or chief scientist on more than 300 research cruises more than 1 000 hours of SCUBA based research over 180 submersible dives six as pilot participation in numerous remotely operated vehicle ROV cruises surgically implanting acoustic tags in fishes marine science education and community outreach In addition to conducting research Starr helps organizations conduct workshops to evaluate and disseminate information useful for the development of marine policies He helped create the California Collaborative Fisheries Research Program a group that promotes the collaboration of fishermen and scientists to better understand the health of fish stocks and marine ecosystems in California Additionally he provides technical advice to governmental agencies environmental organizations and resource users to help coordinate coastal resource management plans Education and Outreach Partners In 2000 Starr helped create Camp SEA Lab Monterey Bay a marine science education camp for grades K through 12 Academic Training Starr earned his bachelor s degree from the University of Virginia before obtaining his master s from Oregon State University and doctorate from the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur Recreation In addition to his professional work Starr is an avid kayaker He has run difficult rivers in many parts of the world and was a member of the U S Surf Kayak Team that won the 1999 world championships in Brazil and the 2005 world championships in Costa Rica His current passion is underwater photography Peer Reviewed Publications Green K M A P Greenley and R M Starr 2014 Movements of Blue Rockfish Sebastes mystinus off central California with comparisons to similar species PLoS ONE 9 6 1 11 Starr R M J Cortés C L Barnes K Green and O Breedy 2012 Characterization of deepwater invertebrates at Isla del Coco National Park and Las Gemelas Seamounts Costa Rica Rev Biol Trop 60 Suppl 3 303 319 Epub 2012 Dec 01 Yochum N R M Starr and D E Wendt 2011 Utilizing Fishermen Knowledge and Expertise Keys to Success for Collaborative Fisheries Research Fisheries Vol 36 12 593 605 Starr R M M Carr D Malone A Greenley and S McMillan 2010 Complementary Sampling Methods to Inform Ecosystem Based Management of Nearshore Fisheries Marine and Coastal Fisheries Dynamics Management and Ecosystem Science 2 159 179 Wendt D E and R M

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  • Dirk Rosen | California Sea Grant
    510 232 1541 Research Projects Baseline Characterization and Monitoring of the MPAs along the North Coast ROV Surveys of the Subtidal Baseline Characterization and Monitoring of the MPAs along the South Coast ROV Surveys of the Subtidal 20 500 m 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

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  • Baseline Characterization and Monitoring of the MPAs along the South Coast: ROV Surveys of the Subtidal (20–500 m) | California Sea Grant
    capture video and still images of life in deep water habitats including submarine canyons From the images they are documenting the numbers and kinds of fishes and larger invertebrates and their association with bottom features In the project s first year the following sites were surveyed 1 Point Vicente SMCA and Abalone Cove State Marine Reserve SMR off Palos Verdes 2 the two Farnsworth Bank SMCAs off Catalina Island and 3 San Diego Scripps Coastal SMCA and Matlahuayl SMR With additional support from private donors the ROV was also flown about a half meter above the seabed through four other marine protected areas near Laguna Beach and Newport Beach in Orange County In the project s second year the original three sites were resurveyed along with three new sites off San Clemente Island with support from the US Navy The final baseline characterization includes summary descriptions of benthic ecosystems habitat characteristics and species assemblages in the South Coast MPAs and reference sites James Lindholm California State University Monterey Bay CSUMB Co principal Investigators Dirk Rosen Marine Applied Research Exploration MARE Share This email facebook linkedin twitter google Funding Agency California Ocean Protection Council OPC Contact Us University of California San

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  • James Lindholm | California Sea Grant
    Monterey Bay CSUMB Outside Researcher jlindholm csumb edu 831 582 4662 Research Projects Baseline Characterization and Monitoring of the MPAs along the South Coast ROV Surveys of the Subtidal 20 500 m 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 Join our mailing lists and receive

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  • Baseline Characterization of Estuarine Ecosystems | California Sea Grant
    representative and under studied estuaries in the region by surveying plants invertebrates and fishes in tidal mudflats and eelgrass beds of four estuaries three within MPAs Humboldt Bay Big River and Ten Mile River and the Mad River Estuary Field surveys will be conducted multiple times a year for two years to better document seasonal and interannual variability in species abundances and diversity as well as changes in the sizes of focal species such as bivalves eelgrass and black rockfish among others Estuarine ecosystems are largely driven by a complex set of interacting physical variables including freshwater flows seasonal closures of lagoon mouths and ocean water properties related to winds and upwelling Information about these abiotic variables will be distilled to describe the contextual conditions in each estuary During the analysis phase of their project scientists will identify baseline and contextual metrics that might allow for future evaluation of MPA performance This project is a collaboration among academic scientists North Coast tribes and ecological consultants Frank Shaughnessy Humboldt State University HSU Co principal Investigators Adam Wagschal H T Harvey Associates John Largier UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory Stephen Kullmann Wiyot Tribe Timothy Mulligan Humboldt State University HSU Share This email

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  • Frank Shaughnessy | California Sea Grant
    Extension Outreach Reporting e Documents Frank Shaughnessy Humboldt State University HSU Outside Researcher fjs3 humboldt edu Research Projects Baseline Characterization of Estuarine Ecosystems 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 Join our mailing lists and receive funding and fellowship information news releases and job announcements

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  • Timothy Mulligan | California Sea Grant
    University HSU Outside Researcher Research Projects Baseline Characterization of Nearshore Fish Communities Associated with Rocky Reef Habitats Baseline Characterization of Estuarine Ecosystems Baseline Characterization of Sandy Beach and Surf Zone Ecosystems 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 Join our mailing lists and receive funding

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