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  • News | California Sea Grant
    appointed to National Sea Grant Advisory Board May 02 2013 Amber Mace California Sea Grant alumna is one of four new appointees to the 15 member National Sea Grant Advisory Board which advises NOAA leadership on policies in marine science administration Extension Outreach Research CA Sea Grant Specialist to study local seafood April 30 2013 The farm to table movement is here in San Diego Extension Outreach Research CA Sea Grant Specialist to study halibut fishery April 24 2013 California Sea Grant Fisheries Specialist Carrie Pomeroy has received a one year grant from Collaborative Fisheries Research West to study the commercial California halibut fishery Research Acidic waters may take a toll on marine plants April 09 2013 Warmer acidic waters may take a toll on California s coral like algae making it harder for young abalone to settle down Research New video marine life in the La Jolla Canyon April 05 2013 Curious about what lurks and flourishes in the deep canyon right off our coast Pages first previous 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 next last Sign Up for News Seen in the Press Shoreline Newsletter Contact the Communications Staff Contact Us University of California San

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  • News | California Sea Grant
    year s recipients of California Se Extension Outreach Revitalize and become part of San Diego s rich coastal culture March 05 2013 What can we do to revitalize and become a part of San Diego s long rich coastal culture Research Sink and swim Video teaches anglers how to recompress rockfishes February 13 2013 Have you ever wondered why rockfishes get pressure trauma injuries Have you ever seen a popped rockfish floating like a balloon on the ocean surface News Research Black abalone recruiting on Channel Islands February 06 2013 Scientists are seeing high numbers of young thumb size black abalone recruits on San Nicolas Island in the Channel Islands Research Keeping stock of squid February 04 2013 More squid is caught in California waters than all other seafood species combined making the market squid the state s largest and most valuable fishery But has the fishery gotten too big Fellowships News California Sea Grant Celebrates 40 Years February 04 2013 California Sea Grant is celebrating 40 years of serving California s coast Pages first previous 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 next last Sign Up for News Seen in the Press Shoreline Newsletter Contact the Communications

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  • News | California Sea Grant
    News 2013 Knauss Fellowships Awarded January 25 2013 Five California students nominated by California Sea Grant have been awarded 2013 John A Knauss Marine Policy Fellowships and will soon head to the nation s capital for yearlong assignments Fellowships News 2013 California Sea Grant State Fellows Announced January 22 2013 California Sea Grant has selected the recipients of the 2013 California Sea Grant State Fellowships in marine policy and resource management Fellowships Research Updates on the 2012 Delta Science Fellowship research August 29 2012 Through the Delta Science Fellowship program post docs and graduate students team up with academic and community mentors to study targeted San Francisco Bay Delta research priorities The program News Research 2012 Delta Science Fellowships Awarded August 29 2012 LA nbsp JOLLA nbsp On behalf of the Delta Science Program California Sea Grant is pleased to announce the 2012 recipients of Delta Science Fellowships Fellowships News 2012 California Sea Grant State Fellowship Winners Announced January 17 2012 California Sea Grant is pleased to announce this year s recipients of California Sea Grant State Fellowships Pages first previous 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 next last Sign Up for News Seen in the Press

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  • News | California Sea Grant
    Funding through the North Central Coast MPA Baseline Program October 04 2011 The North Central Coast MPA Baseline Program is a collaboration of California Sea Grant Ocean Protection Council Department of Fish and Game Ocean Science Trust and MPA Monitoring Enterprise to Fellowships News 2011 California Sea Grant State Fellows Announced January 24 2011 California Sea Grant is pleased to announce this year s recipients of California Sea Grant State Fellowships Research 2011 Delta Science Fellows and Project Summaries January 01 2011 On behalf of the Delta Science Program California Sea Grant is pleased to announce the 2011 recipients of Delta Science Fellowships which provide paid support for research on priority issues for Research Delta Science Fellowship Research Summaries 2010 11 August 27 2010 As of August 2010 there were 20 active fellowship projects continuing into 2011 Fellowships News 2010 California Sea Grant State Fellows Announced January 26 2010 California Sea Grant is pleased to announce the 2010 State Fellowship winners Pages first previous 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 next last Sign Up for News Seen in the Press Shoreline Newsletter Contact the Communications Staff Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500

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  • Extension Specialists | California Sea Grant
    Starr Education Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply Paul Olin Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply Monique Myers Resilient Coastal Communities Joe Tyburczy Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Resilient Coastal Communities Jennifer O Leary Carrie Pomeroy Resilient Coastal Communities Carolynn Culver Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Resilient Coastal Communities Carey Batha Extension Specialists Projects Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea

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  • Carey Batha | California Sea Grant
    Coastal Commission in San Francisco Her 2 year fellowship began in July 2013 and will end July 2015 See more Carey Batha is the California Sea Grant Extension Fellow As the Extension Fellow Carey splits her time working with the California Sea Grant Extension team and the California Coastal Commission in San Francisco Her 2 year fellowship began in July 2013 and will end July 2015 See more Research Projects

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  • Jennifer O'Leary | California Sea Grant
    to bring together community groups and researchers to share information She sits on the advisory board of the Central Coast Biological Society a group that brings together citizens for presentations on key topics in biology and conservation of the central coast Dr O Leary also works with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife s Invertebrate monitoring and management group to develop new methods of collecting data key to conservation of California abalone Jennifer teaches Fisheries Science and Conservation and Marine Ecology at California Polytechnic State University Credentials and Experience Dr O Leary earned her bachelor degree at Tufts University in Boston and her Ph D at the University of California Santa Cruz in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology She completed two postdoctoral appointments at Stanford University evaluating the effects of ocean acidification on benthic habitat and abalone recruitment and at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis NCEAS developing a global ocean health index She has extensive experience in marine management Dr O Leary co directs a program in East Africa helping marine managers and fishers monitor and effectively manage marine protected areas MPAs using scientific data and she was formerly a marine biologist with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and co authored the California management plan for seven species of abalone Selected Publications Please refer to http jenniferoleary weebly com publications html Biography Dr Jennifer O Leary runs her program in central California between Point Conception and Monterey Bay with an emphasis on areas in and around Morro Bay Her program focuses on creating sustainable ecosystems and fisheries through science She conducts and facilitates research with stakeholders Interests and expertise include ecological resilience in the face of climatic and anthropogenic stress fisheries science and management and developing tools to promote effective ecosystem monitoring and management Research Program Dr O Leary s research focuses on how human disturbance and environmental variability affect persistence and recovery of marine systems and how to manage complex systems for long term sustainability She helps communities agencies and fishers use research results to make informed decisions She uses a combination of research tools including field laboratory and meta analytic analyzing existing data studies Current projects include working collaboratively to evaluate the causes and consequences of dramatic eelgrass declines in Morro Bay evaluating what how rocky intertidal communities will change following loss of sea stars to disease evaluating Dungeness crab recruitment in the southernmost range of the fishery and species and developing genetic tools to allow rapid assessment of recruitment arrival of babies for important species like abalone Outreach Program Dr O Leary develops research initiatives after close consultation with local communities The eelgrass and Dungeness work are based on information needs by the Morro Bay National Estuary Program and fishing communities She is on the advisory board for the SLOSEA San Luis Obispo Science and Ecosystem Alliance to bring together community groups and researchers to share information She sits on the advisory board of the Central Coast Biological Society a group that

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  • Monique Myers | California Sea Grant
    San Diego to Bodega Bay in Thailand in the Bahamas and Australia s Great Barrier Reef She currently is investigating wetland carbon sequestration in Southern California Education Myers received a bachelor s degree from Boston University a master s degree from Western Washington University and a doctorate in Environmental Science and Engineering from UCLA Recreation In her free time Myers likes to be outdoors jogging on the coast hiking skiing in the mountains or snorkeling diving in the ocean Whenever she can she likes to visit critters in far away places both beneath and above water Select Publications Monique R Myers and Richard F Ambrose in progress Coastal salt marsh reduces fecal indicator bacteria output to coastal waters Timothy Lawrence and Monique Myers 2009 Emergency Services and Storm Water Management California Sea Grant publication Monique R Myers and Richard F Ambrose 2009 The Effect of Zoning on Great Barrier Reef Benthic Community Aquatic Conservation 19 7 736 737 Carolynn Culver Sabrina Drill and Monique Myers 2009 Early Detection Monitoring Manual for Quagga and Zebra Mussels California Sea Grant Monique Myers 2008 Green Sheets 9 water conservation information sheets for the home gardener California Sea Grant Monique R Myers John T Hardy Charles Mazel and Phillip Dustan 1999 Optical Spectra and Pigmentation of Caribbean Reef Corals and Macroalgae Coral Reefs18 179 186 Biography Dr Myers is an advisor for the CASGEP in Santa Barbara During the past four years Myers has been working on sustainable coastal community topics K 12 student teacher watershed education and climate change outreach She performs applied research on coastal wetlands and coral reefs To accomplish a diverse array of projects Myers collaborates with a variety of government nonprofit groups university professors and other stakeholders She also participates on advisory boards and committees and produces publications for her peers and the public To address the challenges climate change poses to coastal communities and ecosystems Myers is working on several projects that involve university researchers and coastal decision makers Her work is aimed at providing tools and information to reduce impacts to our coasts and help plan for adaptation to inevitable changes Two recent projects are the Santa Barbara Area Coastal Ecosystem Vulnerability Assessment SBA CEVA and Explore Beach Ecosystems website Coastal communities are growing stressing water resources adding to nonpoint source pollution and impacting marine ecosystems Myers works on a variety of projects aimed at promoting sustainable coastal communities Her projects mostly address storm water run off and water conservation They include information sheets on water conservation related topics for home owners and gardeners and apublication aimed at finding common ground between emergency safety concerns and progressive storm water management techniques publication Myers developed and leads a student and teacher watershed education project called Research and Education for Students and Teachers about the Ormond Beach Restoration RESTOR Project This project which began in 2008 educates and involves mostly multicultural low income students in the largest wetland restoration project in Southern California Each year 500 students and their

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