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  • News | California Sea Grant
    San Diego commercial fisherman have hooked the big one an open air fish market that will open next month California Sea Grant awards 2 3 million in funding to 10 marine research projects California Sea Grant recently awarded 2 349 382 to support 10 research projects that investigate coastal and marine topics Seafood Specialist Retiree Elected to the International Academy of Food Science and Technology Pamela Tom selected as an outstanding food scientist and technologist by premier global organization Findings from San Diego Dockside Fishing Markets Feasibility Study to be Presented Researchers to report results at Fish Public during Slow Food Urban San Diego mixer California Sea Grant launches sandy beach ecosystem microsite for land use planners managers and beachgoers A new microsite for land use planners beach managers and anyone who enjoys the beach has been unveiled Winners of Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Announced Four California graduates to head to the U S capital for yearlong assignments California Sea Grant announces largest class of state fellows Sixteen year long fellowships in marine policy and resource management awarded in 2014 New projects to take snapshot of North Coast s MPAs The California Ocean Science Trust announced the selection

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/news?page=1 (2015-06-03)
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  • News | California Sea Grant
    monitoring Patterns of harmful algal bloom formation are changing off California Porpoises and dolphins spotted in San Francisco Bay To the delight of animal lovers and cetacean researchers harbor porpoises and bottlenose dolphins have found new habitats in San Francisco Bay Conserving the San Francisco Bay Delta The Delta Stewardship Council s Delta Science Program in partnership with CASG awarded 10 Delta Science Fellowships to study priority issues in the San Francisco Bay Delta Second sea serpent carcass was female with cookiecutter shark bites Two giant sea serpent like oarfish have been found dead in Southern California in the last week and now the question is why An early short winter expected for most of California Meteorologists are predicting an early but short wet season in California this winter with parts of Northern California potentially seeing above normal snowfall at ski resorts California Sea Grant 2013 State Fellows Video Contest Winners Announced California Sea Grant today announced the winners of the State Fellows Video Contest with winning topics covering coastal wetlands restoration ocean acidification and marine protected areas Scripps grad student wins NOAA Fisheries Sea Grant Fellowship in Population Dynamics Lynn Waterhouse has won a prestigious NOAA Fisheries Sea Grant

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/news?page=2 (2015-06-03)
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  • News | California Sea Grant
    research To help managers assess the efficacy of these spatial closures California Sea Grant administers a set of 10 baseline monitoring projects for the South Coast Study Sheephead diet linked to body size A new study shows that not all California sheephead consume the sea urchins as previously believed New grant to fill gap in sardine stock assessment New aerial surveys of sardines off Southern California will address fishermen s concerns that sardine abundance estimates are effectively missing California fish New study to track San Diego s top trophy fish Scripps Institution of Oceanography researchers have been awarded a grant from Collaborative Fisheries Research West to study California yellowtail New study adds urgency to abalone recovery A new study adds more urgency to the scientific community s belief that the only way to save the abalone is through captive breeding for eventual release in the wild New resource about offshore energy planning available A new resource highlights California relevant sections of a 2012 Bureau of Ocean Energy Management BOEM report CA Sea Grant Welcomes New Communications Specialist The California Sea Grant team at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography grew in July Caitlin Coomber joined us as the new communications specialist

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/news?page=3 (2015-06-03)
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  • News | California Sea Grant
    to Newport Ore CA Sea Grant Seafood Specialist to retire California Sea Grant Seafood Specialist Pamela Tom will retire after nearly 40 years of service with the University of California First CA Sea Grant Extension Fellowship awarded Carey Batha has won a California Sea Grant Extension Fellowship at the California Coastal Commission Six investigators win CA Sea Grant Focus Awards An ecologist at San Diego State University who wants to help restore salt marshes and a biologist at UC Santa Cruz who studies harmful algal blooms are among this year s recipients of California Se Black abalone recruiting on Channel Islands Scientists are seeing high numbers of young thumb size black abalone recruits on San Nicolas Island in the Channel Islands California Sea Grant Celebrates 40 Years California Sea Grant is celebrating 40 years of serving California s coast NOAA Selects California s Russian River as Its First Habitat Focus Area Fish habitats flood control and weather forecasting along California s Russian River will be getting special attention as NOAA has selected the Sonoma Mendocino watershed as its first Habitat Foc 2013 Knauss Fellowships Awarded Five California students nominated by California Sea Grant have been awarded 2013 John A Knauss

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/news?page=4 (2015-06-03)
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  • News | California Sea Grant
    to announce this year s recipients of California Sea Grant State Fellowships 2012 Knauss Fellowships Awarded Three University of California graduates nominated by California Sea Grant have been awarded coveted John A 2011 California Sea Grant State Fellows Announced California Sea Grant is pleased to announce this year s recipients of California Sea Grant State Fellowships 2010 California Sea Grant State Fellows Announced California Sea Grant is pleased to announce

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/news?page=5 (2015-06-03)
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  • For Humboldt salmon, the food chain is always changing | California Sea Grant
    in Newport Oregon The center has nearly two decades of continuous data on zooplankton trends in the California Current thanks to biweekly sampling beginning in 1996 In Trinidad the Pacific Coast Ocean Observing System had been sampling since 2006 These zooplankton samples are used along with a suite of biological indicators to predict returning salmon runs and were the basis for Cass s study Most northern animal species have higher fat content than southern species explains Cass So there was an idea that the northern species of zooplankton off of Newport were providing a great food source for salmon Here in Humboldt we get more of a mix of southern and northern species To understand what the coastal food chain was like in Humboldt Cass analyzed samples from the two locations to check for the species present and their lipid content Working with zooplankton is more complicated than it sounds dozens might be needed to run a single sample and Cass s laboratory scale able to weigh a single krill down to one ten millionth of a gram was so sensitive that it required a massive marble table to mute vibrations from the laboratory Cass ultimately found that although they live in the same current salmon in Trinidad swim out to a different ocean than the salmon of Newport Zooplankton off of Trinidad often had less fat than their counterparts off of Newport Also Humboldt appears to be a complicated mixing zone for zooplankton with no predictable pattern for whether northern or southern species will be fattier and tastier for salmon As Cass prepares her results for publication she has also set her sights on a new mystery I ll be starting some work to explore more bulk energy content of the zooplankton community instead of picking particular species says

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  • With a little help from scientists, fishermen reel in data on California halibut | California Sea Grant
    Santa Monica Bay s fishery hanging in the balance the anglers reached out to help The team that came together lead scientist Lia Protopapadakis of the The Bay Foundation co investigators Santen and DFW scientist Kim Penttila and members of Marina Del Rey Anglers drafted a plan to reel in data on the area s halibut and were awarded a grant through Collaborative Fisheries Research West and California Sea Grant Santen and Protopapadakis say that bringing scientists and fishermen together on a problem like this just makes sense Says Protopapadakis Anglers already know how to weigh and measure fish since they do it for the tournaments From the angler s perspective Scientists can contribute parameters that we don t consider ourselves Then we can drum up money and get it done says Santen Working through a combination of chartered trips and training for Santa Monica s die hard halibut anglers the project s resulting citizen science database has been racking up entries specifically sex specific age and length data which is critical for predicting population growth With the partnership and database well underway the team is now seeking to expand the program Help from fishermen beyond Santa Monica Bay is key to understanding the status of California s remaining halibut Anglers who want to help can learn how to get involved at the project website In addition to helping the fishery Protopapadakis says anglers who enter the most data will be rewarded with a new fish scale Santen for one hopes the project can result in a restoration plan down the line I firmly believe that if we can get the scientific and academic community looking at this we can get this done says Santen We have a better shot of understanding the resource and that s what makes an

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  • Research | California Sea Grant
    the varied salinity zones of the San Francisco Bay Estuary Taking Infestation with a Grain of Salt SDSU biologist and CA Sea Grant awardee Jeremy Long is currently further exploring the complex interplay between insects plant growth and the overall stress of the marsh environment Nice catch Fishermen recover lost crabbing gear From Morro Bay to Crescent City commercial fishermen in California pull in millions of pounds of Dungeness crab annually The industry valued at 32 million to 95 million per year Video cameras paint a clearer picture of rockfish recovery California ocean anglers have long pursued the numerous and colorful rockfish species that inhabit the coastal waters Recipe for Health San Diego to Open Dockside Fish Market After struggling with red tape and permitting procedures for more than a year San Diego commercial fisherman have hooked the big one an open air fish market that will open next month 2050 Is Calling How will San Diego Answer What might San Diego look like in four decades California Sea Grant awards 2 3 million in funding to 10 marine research projects California Sea Grant recently awarded 2 349 382 to support 10 research projects that investigate coastal and marine topics

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/research?page=1 (2015-06-03)
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