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  • Reporting | California Sea Grant
    Aquaculture Research Program California Ocean Protection Council MPA Baseline Programs Fellowships Traineeships Delta Science Fellowship NMFS Sea Grant Fellowship Population Dynamics Marine Economics Knauss Fellowship Knauss Fellows are required to submit a professional development plan in lieu of an annual report State Policy Fellowship State Fellows are required to submit a mentor plan in lieu of an annual report Graduate Trainees from Core Awards At this time an annual report

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  • e-Documents | California Sea Grant
    Environmental Policy Environmental Science Fisheries Research General Interest Marine Education Seafood Technology Author Title Publication Date California Sea Grant Program Directory 2015 Category Reports and Fact Sheets 2015 02 02 California Sea Grant Strategic Plan 2014 17 CA Sea Grant Category Reports and Fact Sheets 2015 01 01 Controls on the Net Carbon Emissions from Restored Wetland Ecosystems Gavin McNicol Category Project Profile Subject Environmental Science 2014 10 01 Salinity Tolerances and Biomarkers of Salt Stress in Longfin and Delta Smelt Brittany Kammerer Category Project Profile Subject Fisheries Research 2014 10 01 Unraveling Sources of Food Web Support in the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta s Marsh Ecosystem Emily Howe Category Project Profile Subject Environmental Science 2014 10 01 Modeling Wetland Plant Cover to Assess Ecosystems and Bird Habitats Iryna Dronova Category Project Profile Subject Environmental Science 2014 10 01 Understanding Food Webs in Shallow Nearshore Waters of the Delta Matthew Young Category Project Profile Subject Environmental Science Fisheries Research 2014 10 01 California Sea Grant Program Directory 2014 California Sea Grant Category Reports and Fact Sheets 2014 01 01 Phytoplankton and Bacteria Nutrient Use Impacts of Nutrient Loading on the Base of the Food Web Calla Schmidt Category Project Profile

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  • 2015 Presidential Migratory Bird Stewardship Awarded | California Sea Grant
    Sea Grant and other federal tribal and fishing industry partners The research project received the 2015 Presidential Migratory Bird Stewardship Award recognizing the work to prevent migratory seabird mortality in the U S West Coast Groundfish longline fishery and for outstanding efforts on behalf of bird conservation Tyburczy is focused on conducting collaborative applied research to fill gaps in knowledge that will promote sustainable use of marine resources environmental conservation and long term security and prosperity of coastal communities especially those along California s north coast One major emphasis of Joe s work is collaborative fisheries research including this project to reduce bycatch of albatrosses and other seabirds in the black cod longline fishery About California Sea Grant NOAA s California Sea Grant College Program funds marine research education and outreach throughout California Our headquarters is at Scripps Institution of Oceanography University of California San Diego we are one of 33 Sea Grant programs in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA U S Department of Commerce Share This email facebook linkedin twitter google Image Gallery Related Links University of Washington Seabird Bycatch NOAA Fisheries proposes requiring streamer lines to protect seabirds Related News As ENSO forecasting has improved so

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  • Catching customers: New website helps fishermen explore alternative marketing | California Sea Grant
    and to succeed if they decide to take that step said Carrie Culver of California Sea Grant one of the lead investigators Carrie Pomeroy also of California Sea Grant says interest in direct marketing has grown significantly Thanks in part to the local food movement there is a lot of interest in different marketing strategies and a lot of possibilities out there said Pomeroy But they all require particular skills and considerations To help fishermen explore their options Culver and Pomeroy teamed up with Sea Grant affiliates Ashley Stroud Jamie Doyle and Amber Von Harten as well as UCSB researchers Barbara Walker and Kimberley Selkoe to gather information from fishermen and buyers around the country The website includes user friendly guidance on the marketing options available the resources required business plans and advice from successful sellers It also serves as a clearinghouse for related materials developed by other groups Culver emphasizes that the website is not intended to advocate for direct marketing There are pros and cons to any approach for marketing seafood with some approaches working better for certain types of fisheries fishing businesses and individual fisherman said Culver Alternative marketing often is used in combination with traditional markets all of which help to get seafood to consumers The website is the result of a three year project with input from fishermen buyers harbor managers and others with knowledge and experience relevant to seafood alternative marketing Our national Sea Grant network along with fishermen and buyers from both the West and East Coasts contributed in many ways It took a village said Pomeroy We hope the information and resources available through this site are useful to fishing communities throughout the U S This research was funded by the National Sea Grant Social Science Research Initiative To learn more visit

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  • As ENSO forecasting has improved, so has Pacific albacore fishing | California Sea Grant
    of fishermen to consume his forecasts update their beliefs about whether El Nino will soon occur and act on that shift in mindset by changing their behavior According to Shrader It just so happens that these weather forecasts are extremely useful for fishermen so however they are assimilating the forecasts in their minds it seems to be working pretty well His research shows that Pacific tuna fishery outcomes have improved in three significant ways as result of the forecast bulletins First fishermen seem to be timing their fishing for tuna much better so that they will cast their nets before or after El Nino hits instead of during Without the bulletins they were unable to predict when El Nino would hit and therefore persisted with their normal irregular patterns throughout the year With the bulletins fishermen changed the timing of their fishing to avoid El Nino Second fishermen are choosing their fishing grounds with improved accuracy With El Nino warming some parts of the ocean and cooling others awareness of its arrival has helped them better predict which areas would have ideal temperatures for fishing Additionally fishermen are able to enter and exit tuna fisheries more efficiently Since most albacore tuna fishermen also crab and fish other species during the tuna off season knowing when El Nino will hit provides them with clues as to when they should switch gears in order to mitigate losses Given the same information and seeming to also interpret it similarly Shrader has observed a convergence in the behavior of Pacific albacore tuna fishermen They ve begun to fish together more closely both geographically and temporally he said Despite this pattern Shrader thinks a risk of overfishing the tuna is unlikely Because locating albacore tuna was more difficult for fishermen during El Nino periods it is unclear whether El Nino reduces the population or creates conditions that stimulate tuna to move around In the latter case El Nino actually serves as a period of recovery for the tuna where they are not being fished as heavily because vessels are unable to locate them Albacore tuna are a pretty healthy and well managed species that remain abundant among US vessels There hasn t been too much competition going on in that sense Shrader says I would say ENSO forecasts represent an opportunity as well as a possible challenge to fisheries management I would hope that my paper can help fishery managers understand the effects that forecasts have on overall fish harvest so that they can use that information to make informed policy decisions in the future If albacore tuna fishery managers can use Shrader s forecasts and observations to advance active fishery policy they will be able to construct a win win situation where increased efficiency and effectiveness in albacore tuna fisheries are counterbalanced by regulations to avoid potential negative impacts on supply Overall fishermen can benefit from better catch outcomes and the environment can benefit from intentionally sustained albacore tuna populations Essentially Jeff Shrader s

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  • Ongoing Projects | California Sea Grant
    Dan Margulies Daniel Barton Daniel 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 22 Baseline Characterization and Monitoring of Rocky Intertidal Ecosystems for MPAs in the South Coast Region Principal Investigators Carol Blanchette Co principal Investigators Peter Raimondi Jennifer Burnaford Jayson Smith Julie Bursek 2012 01 to 2015 06 R MPA 41 Baseline Characterization and Monitoring of the MPAs along the North Coast ROV Surveys of the Subtidal Principal Investigators Andrew Lauermann Co principal Investigators Rick Starr Dirk Rosen 2014 02 to 2017 01 R MPA 26 Baseline Characterization and Monitoring of the MPAs along the South Coast ROV Surveys of the Subtidal 20 500 m Principal Investigators James Lindholm Co principal Investigators Dirk Rosen 2012 01 to 2015 06 R MPA 40 Baseline Characterization of Estuarine Ecosystems Principal Investigators

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  • News | California Sea Grant
    and larger fishes than areas open to fishing but the benefits could take time to accrue Scientists search for disappearing young Coho salmon Humboldt researchers track the fate of Coho juveniles forced from their birthing grounds by poor water quality 2015 John A Knauss Fellows Announced Two graduate students from California universities were awarded the John A Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship 17 Fellows 11 Agencies State Fellows Program Continues Record Growth Seventeen graduate students and recent graduates will participate in the yearlong California Sea Grant State Fellowship program at state and federal agencies 2015 Core Awards Announced As ocean acidification OA and warming progress how will California fisheries respond This question is taking a front row seat in CA Sea Grant s 2015 Core Awards New slime eel regulation ensures fishermen capture the largest slimiest You won t find slime eels on menus in California but the Pacific hagfish Eptatretus stoutii supports a small but consistent export fishery California Sea Grant Seeks Director of Extension The California Sea Grant College Program CASG seeks a resourceful innovative professional to appoint to the new position of Director of Extension California Sea Grant Announces New Hire for Communications Team Deborah Seiler joins California

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  • Research | California Sea Grant
    Department of Fish and Game Ocean Science Trust and MPA Monitoring Enterprise to establis Study Non native Manila clam has established in Mission Bay San Diego Clam raises questions about non native species in California fisheries aquaculture How can 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 For Humboldt salmon the food chain is always changing Humboldt appears to be a complicated mixing zone for zooplankton With a little help from scientists fishermen reel in data on California halibut When the bottom fell out of Santa Monica Bay s halibut fishery it went quickly Fisherman Steve Santen saw it happen 2015 Core Awards Announced As ocean acidification OA and warming progress how will California fisheries respond This question is taking a front row seat in CA Sea Grant s 2015 Core Awards New slime eel regulation ensures fishermen capture the largest slimiest You won t find slime

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