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  • Paul Olin | California Sea Grant
    for Aquaculture Cooperation the California Aquaculture Development Committee and was recently appointed a member of the Aquaculture Task Force to assist the Federal Marine Fisheries Advisory Committee of the Department of Commerce Selected Publications Stuart K M Losordo P Olin and M Drawbridge Effects of stocking density and water conditioners on yolk sac larvae of two marine finfish during simulated air transport Aquaculture Research 2013 1 9 Olin P G and Tom P D 2011 Genetically Modified Salmon Fast Growing Fish Could Safely Deliver Healthy Seafood Global Aquaculture Advocate March April 2011 p 62 63 Olin Paul Smith James Nabi Rashed 2011 Regional Review on Status and Trends in Aquaculture Development in North America Canada and the United States of America 2010 FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Circular No 1061 2 FIRA C1061 2 pp 99 Tom P D and Olin P G 2010 Farmed or Wild Both types of Salmon Taste Good and are Good for You Global Aquaculture Advocate May June 2010 p 58 60 Olin P G 2010 FAO National Aquaculture Sector Overview Interactive Map 2010 FAO United Nations Hossain Mostafa A R M Nahiduzzaman M Abu Sayeed M Ekram AzimM Abdul Wahab and Paul G Olin 2009 The Chalan Beel in Bangladesh Habitat and biodiversity degradation and implications for future management Lakes Reservoirs Research and Management 2009 14 3 19 Biography Specialties Aquaculture Biotechnology Endangered Salmon Recovery Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply Dr Paul Olin works as an Aquaculture Specialist in the University of California Sea Grant Extension Program and is administratively based at UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography Olin lives and works in Santa Rosa where he conducts applied research and extension programs in aquaculture with activities related to aquaculture policy as well as the culture of shellfish and emerging opportunities for offshore culture of finfish He coordinates a USDA funded research project to develop culture protocols for the purple hinge rock scallop with the goal being to establish scallop farming as a part of the west coast shellfish industry Research Program In Northern California Dr Olin oversees an extensive monitoring effort to document the progress of a multi agency partnership working on the recovery of endangered coho salmon in the Russian River The offshore waters of the southwest U S have extraordinary potential for development of a marine aquaculture industry that is economically and environmentally sustainable and socially responsible Olin is the PI on a project involving educational outreach and environmental modelling of a proposed marine finfish net pen farm off the coast of Southern California The project involves workshops to support marine aquaculture planning in coastal communities identify and address current or potential development conflicts inform and support public outreach and education efforts and increase awareness of the environmental economic and social benefits associated with marine aquaculture Aquamodel an environmental modelling system is being used to better understand the environmental interactions of marine finfish cage culture in the Southern California Bight Olin is also working with the California Department of Fish and

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/profile/paul-olin (2015-06-03)
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  • Extension & Outreach Projects | California Sea Grant
    Myers Paul Olin Rick Starr Theresa Sinicrope Talley Co Principal Investigator Any Title Using Genomics to Assess Larval Recruitment Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply Understanding abalone recruitment arrival of young Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply Submersible Surveys Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Santa Barbara Area Coastal Ecosystem Vulnerability Assessment SBA CEVA Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/extension-and-outreach/extension-outreach-projects?title=&focus_area=All&principal_investigator=All&co_principal_investigator=All&order=title&sort=desc (2015-06-03)
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  • Acoustic Telemetry | California Sea Grant
    combination of passive acoustic receivers deployed on the seafloor and active acoustic tracking from a surface vessel can provide both long term and fine scale information Movements of fishes relative to reserve boundaries are necessary for evaluating reserve success Rick Starr University of California San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography Share This email facebook linkedin twitter google Image Gallery Related Links Moss Landing Marine Laboratories MLML Acoustic Telemetry Contact Us

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/project/acoustic-telemetry (2015-06-03)
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  • Aquaculture Resources | California Sea Grant
    Management site includes a wealth of information to understand the different types of aquatic plants and their role in pond ecosystems The site also provides information on how to minimize or prevent aquatic plant infestations and how they can be managed using preventive mechanical biological and chemical methods Aquaculture and Pond Management Resources The UC Davis California Aquaculture program is a wealth of aquaculture related information including approximately 300 aquaculture publications on topics such as Pond Construction Recreational Lake and Pond Management and more CDFG s Farm Fish Pond Management in California pdf is a very useful comprehensive guide to constructing stocking and managing ponds for recreational fishing and other purposes The Western Regional Aquaculture Center WRAC was developed to take advantage of the best aquaculture science educational skills and facilities within a twelve state area in order to provide for enhancement of viable and profitable commercial aquaculture production in the US for the benefit of producers consumers and the American economy The WRCA website contains aquaculture links news and publications USDA s Alternative Farming Systems Information Center offers a comprehensive list of aquaculture websites publications employment information and government resources Regulatory Information CDFG s Regulations Governing Private Stocking of Aquatic Plants and Animals summarizes the laws and regulations for stocking private ponds for non commercial use CDFG s Aquaculture in Inland Waters of California summarizes laws and regulations pertaining to commercial aquaculture in privately owned waters Fish Stocking California Aquaculture s Species Selection for Recreational Fishing in Small Ponds and Lakes addresses the selection of fish species as it relates to physical resources California Aquaculture s Fish Stocking Strategies for Large Mouth Bass in Recreational Ponds and Lakes discusses bass stocking strategies for recreational fishing ponds in which other species of fish are used as food for the bass

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/project/aquaculture-resources (2015-06-03)
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  • Aquaculture-Pacific Oyster | California Sea Grant
    temperatures To assess whether there is any heritable resistance to this virus adult oysters that survived mortality events as juveniles have been collected from Tomales Bay and are being spawned to generate seed oysters for outplanting Olin provides input on development of aquaculture policy through membership on the California Aquaculture Development Committee and involvement in the legislative and regulatory process The aim is to support sustainable aquaculture development strengthen California s economy and provide healthy locally produced seafood Californian s currently import more than 80 of the seafood they consume at a cost of more than 1 billion A considerable portion of this could be locally produced in a sustainable fashion In 2008 Olin was selected by the director of the then Department of Fish and Game to serve on the State Aquaculture Development Committee that has responsibility to advise the department on aquaculture regulation and management issues Olin was also nominated and confirmed as a member of the U S Japan Natural Resources Panel on Aquaculture and the US Korea Joint Panel on Aquaculture These positions involve local and international collaborations for research and aquaculture planning between the United States Japan and Korea In collaboration with colleagues at the

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/project/aquaculture-pacific-oyster (2015-06-03)
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  • Aquatic Invasive Species Eradication & Control | California Sea Grant
    of the information is focused upon quagga and zebra mussels it also is broadly applicable to many types of aquatic pests including fresh water brackish water and salt water species The invasive fresh water mussels serve as a model to illustrate the general concepts and specific steps required for taking action against aquatic invasive species Available Educational Materials Two complementary sets of educational materials are now available for your use Workshop Materials Materials from a February 2012 workshop on eradication and control of quagga and zebra mussels including an overview agenda and presenters abstracts Series of Information Sheets Sheets that provide detailed information on aspects of implementing various eradication and control tactics including equipment and staffing needs permit requirements and other issues to consider when determining the feasibility of certain tactics for eradicating or controlling aquatic invasive species These educational materials were produced through a collaborative effort We hope the materials will be useful for reducing the spread and impacts of aquatic invasive species Carolynn Culver University of California San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography Share This email facebook linkedin twitter google Aquatic Invasive Species Eradication Control Healthy Ecosystems Boating Quagga Zebra Mussel Monitoring Project Personnel and Support Eradication Control

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/project/aquatic-invasive-species-eradication-control (2015-06-03)
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  • Beach Ecosystems of Southern California | California Sea Grant
    land and crabs that move incredible distances migrating with the tide Discover the dynamic process of sand movement and the impacts of beach grooming coastal armoring and nourishment on beaches and beach ecosystems Understand challenges and success stories related to climate change impacts on beaches Lastly consider what you can do by reading the best practices information for beach goers managers and city county planners Important Sandy Beach Functions Beaches support a diverse ecosystem including invertebrates that are prey for shorebirds and fish Beaches provide habitat for marine mammals threatened plants and shorebirds and other wildlife Beaches filter seawater recycle nutrients and buffer wave energy Southern California Sandy Beaches Are a Paradise for People and Animals Alike There Should Be Room for Everyone to Monique Myers University of California San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography Share This email facebook linkedin twitter google Beach Ecosystems of Southern California Sandy Beach Plants and Animals Plants Fishes Sand Dwellers Wrack Community Birds on the Beach The Western Snowy Plover Marine Mammals Sand Movement The Effects of Climate Change on Sandy Beaches Beach Inhabitants Sand and Erosion Sea Level Rise Storms Climate Change Success Stories Coastal Armoring Beach Nourishment Beach Grooming Artificial Lighting Best

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/project/explore-sandy-beach-ecosystems-of-southern-california (2015-06-03)
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  • CA Collaborative Fisheries Research | California Sea Grant
    several broad goals Utilize the expertise of fishermen and skippers to develop and execute a scientifically sound research program Collect data to assess the effectiveness of marine protected areas MPAs on the nearshore fish assemblage Collect data that can be utilized in federal stock assessments of nearshore species Engage the public in research and education about marine conservation and stewardship Rick Starr University of California San Diego Scripps Institution of

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/project/ca-collaborative-fisheries-research (2015-06-03)
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