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  • Ongoing Projects | California Sea Grant
    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 SSFS 03 Juvenile Life History and Adult Return as a Function of Juvenile Rearing Location for Coho Salmon in the Shasta River CA Principal Investigators Darren Ward Co principal Investigators None Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply 2015 02 to 2016 01 R MPA 27 Kelp and Shallow Reef Ecosystems Baseline Data and Long Term Trends Using Historical Data for the South Coast Principal Investigators Daniel Pondella Co principal Investigators Jennifer Caselle Jeremy Claisse 2012 01 to 2015 06 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 MPA 30 Nearshore Substrate

    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]&page=6 (2015-06-03)
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  • Ongoing Projects | California Sea Grant
    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 24 Sandy Beach Ecosystems Baseline Characterization and Evaluation of Monitoring Metrics for MPAs along the South Coast of California Principal Investigators Jenifer Dugan Co principal Investigators Henry Page Karina Nielsen Julie Bursek 2012 01 to 2015 06 R SOC 04 Scaling Up Cost Effective Community Engagement in Coastal Resource Management Principal Investigators Julia Parrish Co principal Investigators Shawn Rowe Heidi Ballard Education 2014 02 to 2016 01 R RCC 03 Spatial Redistribution of Fishing Effort Identifying Drivers and Testing Model Predictions for Informing Expectations in Marine Spatial Planning Principal Investigators Crow White Co principal Investigators Steve Gaines Resilient Coastal Communities 2014 02 to 2016 01 R RCC 04 Statewide High Resolution Assessment of California Coastal Cliff Erosion and Retreat Principal Investigators Adam Young Co principal Investigators None Resilient Coastal Communities 2014 02 to

    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]&page=7 (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 HMCE 06 The Effect of Sea Otter Re establishment in Southern California on the Remnant Populations and Recovery of Black Abalone An Endangered Species Principal Investigators Peter Raimondi Co principal Investigators None Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems 2014 02 to 2016 01 R SOC 05 The Environmental and Economic Impacts of Moorage Marinas on the West Coast Principal Investigators Christina Bae Co principal Investigators James Moore 2014 02 to 2016 01 R HMCE 07 The Spread and Ecological Consequences of the Invasive Seaweed Sargassum horneri Principal Investigators Daniel Reed Co principal Investigators Sally Holbrook Carolynn Culver Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems 2014 02 to 2016 01 R SOC 02 Toward Resilience and Sustainable Seafood Supply Assessing Direct Marketing Approaches for the West Coast

    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]&page=8 (2015-06-03)
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  • Scientists search for “disappearing” young Coho salmon | California Sea Grant
    downstream to the Pacific Ocean Those born further downstream where the water becomes too low and warm to survive in summer due to drought and extensive human use are forced to emigrate early Nobody knows where to or how many survive It s possible that some of these fish are finding a refuge to survive in such as cold water tributary streams We just don t know says Gorman To understand their fate Ward and Gorman are tracking juvenile Coho in the Shasta River and Scott Rivers Wild fish are netted and released with tiny transmitters called Passive Integrated Transponders each the size of a grain of rice a delicate operation Gorman recently demonstrated for ABC s Nightline The transmitters signal a unique code for individual fish when they pass sensors maintained by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife DFW So far Gorman has deployed more than 700 transmitters T he team s early results show the fish are on the move with many Coho from the Scott River turning up in cold water tributaries including some newly restored pools created by DFW to protect the juveniles Whether young from poor habitat in the lower Shasta River are finding these refuges remains to be seen If so it could spell good news for the endangered fish Variation in life history strategies can help stabilize populations says Ward who explains that having a mix of successful emigration patterns gives Coho a better chance to survive changes to the river As spring nears and the juveniles prepare to enter the ocean Ward and Gorman have their fingers crossed for a successful journey and healthy salmon runs in the future I love being outside and getting to interact and do science with these tiny little fish says Gorman Knowing you re going

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/scientists-search-for-disappearing-young-coho-salmon (2015-06-03)
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  • 2015 Core Awards Announced | California Sea Grant
    experiment on native cordgrass strains to find the hardiest variety for revegetation following removal of invasive Spartina Darren Ward Humboldt State will track juvenile Coho salmon to discover what happens to young of year when warmer water temperatures force them to leave their spawning grounds prematurely Funding for CASG s Core Awards comes from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Grants are awarded for one or two years on a biennial basis The projects below are expected to run between February 1 2015 and January 31 2016 Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Larval Anchovies Engraulis mordax R HCME 12 Ronald Burton UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography 858 822 5784 rburton ucsd edu Global Change Ecophysiology of egg masses and juveniles of the kelp forest fish Scorpaenichthys marmoratus R HCME 13 Gretchen Hofmann UC Santa Barbara 805 893 6175 hofmann lifesci ucsb edu Predicting the Impact of Ocean Acidification on Copper Toxicity to Marine Invertebrates R HCME 14 Feb 2015 Jan 2016 Andrew Gracey University of Southern California 213 740 2288 gracey usc edu Insulin like growth factor I IGF I as a physiological biomarker for growth rate and nutritional status of fishes in Marine Protected Areas MPAs R HCME 15 Feb 2015 Jan 2016 Sean Lema Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 805 756 2802 slema calpoly edu Brian Beckman NOAA Fisheries 206 860 3461 brian beckman noaa gov Dean Wendt Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 805 756 2988 dwendt calpoly edu Examination of phenotypic plasticity of native Spartina foliosa populations in San Francisco Bay for tidal marsh restoration endangered species support and adaptation to sea level rise R HCME 16 Feb 2015 Jan 2016 Donald Strong UC Davis 707 875 2022 drstrong ucdavis edu Patricia Foschi SF State University tfoschi sfsu edu Developing a Climate Change Tolerant Urchin

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/2015-core-awards-announced (2015-06-03)
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  • New “slime eel” regulation ensures fishermen capture the largest, slimiest | California Sea Grant
    swim free The research was funded by CFR West and California Sea Grant and was published in California Fish and Game last spring As bottom dwelling scavengers hagfish are easily captured in baited 5 gallon bucket traps Each trap has many holes drilled into the bucket walls to allow water flow and give small hagfish a means of escape Tanaka says that when these holes are too small The juveniles are taken out of the system and never have a chance to spawn The fishermen don t want them the buyers don t want them so we want to reduce those numbers We thought maybe there s something to bigger holes bigger fish he explains Tanaka s question was important because losing too many immature hagfish could be dangerous for the fishery Hagfish take years to mature and produce few eggs each spawning season By interviewing hagfish fishermen and sampling their catch Tanaka was able to zero in on a sweet spot for trap holes Going from a half inch to 9 16 inch hole diameter you get about a 10 percent reduction in immature hagfish says Tanaka As a result 9 16 inch holes became the new Department requirement for hagfish traps on January 1 of this year Tanaka says the new regulation affects only a few fishermen at the moment since many are already compliant but will come in handy during boom years During the two years when commercial salmon fishing was closed they all went hagfish fishing says Tanaka Hagfish are considered open access so anyone with a registered boat a commercial fishing license and a general trap permit can participate in this fishery The new rule may be a small change to help small fish but Tanaka says This regulation gives us something enforceable that makes

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/new-slime-eel-regulation-ensures-fishermen-capture-the-largest-slimiest (2015-06-03)
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  • California Sea Grant Seeks Director of Extension | California Sea Grant
    applied research and sharing findings with relevant stakeholders The Director of Extension will support and grow the capabilities of the extension program with responsibilities including growing partnerships with state and federal agencies identifying and securing funding to support the long term health of the extension program promoting internal cohesion within the extension program and working with Extension Specialists to strengthen and promote their status and ensure consistency with CASG s mission The Director of Extension is a full time professional academic administrative position at UCSD offering full benefits Candidates must have a Ph D or equivalent in marine or environmental science or a related field Experience with Sea Grant extension science administration and a record of securing extramural support for science related activities is desirable Review of applications will begin February 23 2015 No new applications may be submitted after February 20 2015 View the complete job description and application requirements at http caseagrant ucsd edu about us jobs UCSD is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer with a strong institutional commitment to excellence through diversity About California Sea Grant NOAA s California Sea Grant College Program funds marine research education and outreach throughout California Our headquarters is at Scripps

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/california-sea-grant-seeks-director-of-extension (2015-06-03)
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  • California Sea Grant Announces New Hire for Communications Team | California Sea Grant
    and digital media research to her new role Prior to joining California Sea Grant Seiler was a Communications Specialist for the University of Wisconsin Extension and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in Madison WI where she served as the state communications lead for Wisconsin s Aquatic Invasive Species Partnership since 2011 Seiler coordinated a broad coalition of partners to develop behavior change campaigns to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species using a combination of media publicity in person outreach and campaign research My focus will be on making sure the science gets to the people who need it in a way they can understand said Seiler This is my home state so I m excited to work with California Sea Grant to empower our residents to make informed decisions about managing coastal resources Prior to her work with Wisconsin s aquatic invasive species program Seiler completed a year of service in AmeriCorps developing and teaching K 12 outdoor science programs at Galena Creek Nature Center near Reno Nev Her work garnered the 2011 Program Excellence award from the Nevada Recreation and Parks Society We are very fortunate to bring Deborah onto our communications team said California Sea Grant Director Jim Eckman Her broad background in science outreach and her experience building partnerships will greatly benefit our program She is an extremely talented individual who will fit in well with the already skillful team we have assembled here at California Sea Grant Seiler holds a B S degree in Environmental Biology and Management from the University of California Davis and an M S from the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin Madison About California Sea Grant NOAA s California Sea Grant College Program funds marine research education and outreach throughout California Our headquarters is at Scripps

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/california-sea-grant-announces-new-hire-for-communications-team (2015-06-03)
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