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  • MPA Baseline Programs | California Sea Grant
    will be provided and should be submitted electronically to California Sea Grant at sgreport ucsd edu The form should be used to provide the Project Management Team with information about what the research project accomplished over the project year in relation to the project timeline progress towards goals and objectives remaining project work and collaboration with other South Coast MPA Baseline Program projects This information will be used by the Project Management Team to track the progress of individual projects and will be provided to all South Coast MPA Baseline Program PIs and co PIs prior to the Annual PIs workshop convened by the Monitoring Enterprise to facilitate discussion of project integration Project Completion Data and metadata final report and final invoice Following completion of a research project under the approved work program and budget for that project the project leaders are responsible for the production and delivery of 1 data and metadata 2 a final report and 3 a final invoice as evidence of completion of the research project Final project payments will be made following receipt and acceptance of all deliverables Data and Metadata Data and associated metadata must be delivered to the Department of Fish and Game DFG the Conservancy and the MPA Monitoring Enterprise before or as part of the completion of the project Final project payment will not be made until data and metadata conforming to the approved standard have been received All projects must employ a standardized reporting protocol Raw data products may include but are not limited to text reports databases spreadsheets maps GIS layers photographs and other images Sufficient metadata should also be provided to fully describe the raw data collection methods and data reporting structure Ecological Metadata Language EML is the minimum metadata reporting standard Projects not employing this standard must receive prior approval from the Project Management Team via the Sea Grant Director Requests for such approval should include justification and description of how their alternative standard meets the minimum requirements Additional guidance on data and metadata formats and standards is being developed by the Monitoring Enterprise and will be provided to project leaders when available Where appropriate project leaders should prepare and submit an on line computer catalog entry to the California Environmental Information Catalog CEIC for all geographic information products and reports which characterize site specific conditions with regard to vegetation wildlife populations species occurrences and other measures of biological diversity environmental and ecological condition The CEIC is available on http ceres ca gov Where possible electronic information should be supplied in Federal Geographic Data Committee metadata format However if the Conservancy Executive Officer directs that certain information should not be disclosed that information shall not be included in the entry Including geographic information in CEIC is a requirement related to the funding source for the research projects Guidance on how to migrate metadata from the Federal Geographic Data Committee format to the Ecological Metadata Language format and vice versa is being developed by the Monitoring Enterprise and will be provided to each research group when available Final Reports Project leaders are required to produce and deliver a satisfactory final report to California Sea Grant Final reports must include the following sections A narrative accounting of the project s progress towards Baseline Program purposes and project goals A financial report showing budgeted and actual costs and variances for the complete duration of the research project with explanations of any positive or negative variances of greater than 10 of the budgeted amount For projects including baseline characterization components a technical report which should include appropriate methods descriptions data summaries analyses and interpretation to describe assess and understand ecological and or socioeconomic implementation conditions inside and outside MPAs in the South Coast region Reports should include explicit reference to the Baseline Characterization purposes and priorities as described in the South Coast MPA Baseline Program Request for Proposals and the supporting results analyses and interpretation required to meet each program priority In addition reports should include MPA or site level characterizations as well as a regional assessment For projects including assessment of initial socioeconomic or ecological changes following MPA implementation a technical report which should include clear descriptions of methods data summaries analyses and interpretation to describe initial ecological changes and or the short run net benefits or costs to consumptive and nonconsumptive users An Executive Summary summarizing methods and key findings and conclusions in 1 2 pages of text and if needed an additional 1 2 pages of figures The Executive Summary should be written to be appropriate for broad public release e g provision to the California Fish and Game Commission Any outreach materials created in association with the monitoring project Final reports should be submitted electronically to sgreport ucsd edu Final reports will be reviewed by the Project Management Team The sections of final reports consisting of baseline characterization reports and or reports of initial changes following MPA implementation will also be subject to scientific peer review Project leaders are responsible for revising final reports in accordance with reviewer comments before final submission and acceptance by the Project Management team Following completion of all projects and receipt and acceptance of all final project reports a synthesis of major findings will be prepared and a final public summary report will be produced Project Leaders will be given the opportunity to review a draft of the summary report Final Project Payments Final project payments will be made only after receipt and acceptance by the Sea Grant Director of the deliverables described above and compliance with all reporting requirements Final Invoice The grantee shall submit a final invoice within forty five days after the completion date provided in the University of California purchase order section Funded Projects Final payment for costs incurred will be disbursed upon Conservancy determination of satisfactory completion of the final fully executed report of expenses delivery of data and metadata and final report as described above Back to top IV North Coast Marine Protected Area Grant C0100100

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/reporting/research-awards/marine-protected-areas-mpa-funds (2015-06-03)
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  • e-Documents | California Sea Grant
    to Evaluate and Improve Riparian Restoration Success John Stella Category Project Profile Subject Environmental Science 2006 01 01 An Experimental Investigation of the Use of Artificial Reefs to Mitigate the Loss of Giant Kelp Forest Habitat Daniel C Reed Stephen C Schroeter and David Huang Category Books Subject Environmental Science 2006 01 01 California s North Coast Fishing Communities Historical Perspective and Recent Trends C Pomeroy C Thomson and M Stevens Category Reports and Fact Sheets 2011 01 01 Fall Chinook Oncorhynchus tshawytscha Spawning Escapement Estimate and Age Composition for a Tributary of the Smith River California 23 Year Analysis Jim Waldvogel Category Books Subject Aquaculture 2006 01 01 Staying Afloat with Nontoxic Antifouling Strategies for Boats LT Johnson and J A Gonzalez Category Reports and Fact Sheets Subject Environmental Science Fisheries Research General Interest Marine Education 2004 01 01 Third Marine Bioinvasions Conference Abstract Book California Sea Grant et al l Category Books 2003 01 01 2007 2010 Ocean Protection Council California Sea Grant Research California Sea Grant Category Reports and Fact Sheets 2010 01 01 A Better Method for Evaluating Heavy Metal Water Pollution Hering J Category Project Profile Subject Environmental Science 2002 01 01 A Comprehensive Oyster

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/e-documents?title=&category=All&subject=All&author=&order=title&sort=asc (2015-06-03)
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  • e-Documents | California Sea Grant
    Profile Reports and Fact Sheets Videos and Multimedia Subject Any Aquaculture Aquatic Invasive Species Coastal Communities Commercial Fisheries Environmental Policy Environmental Science Fisheries Research General Interest Marine Education Seafood Technology Author Title Publication Date Marine Algae and Seagrasses of San Diego County Category Books Subject Aquaculture 1991 01 01 Salt Marsh Vegetation Examples from the Tijuana Estuary Joy B Zedler Category Educational Materials Subject Coastal Communities 1992 01 01 Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds Volume III Category Books Subject Aquaculture 1992 01 01 Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds Volume IV Isabella A Abbott Category Books Subject Aquaculture 1994 01 01 Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds Volume V Isabella A Abbott Category Books Subject Aquaculture 1995 01 01 Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds Volume VI Isabella A Abbott Category Books Subject Aquaculture 1997 01 01 California Marine Protected Areas 1997 01 01 Fishery Resources of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Richard M Starr Korie A Johnson Edward A Laman and Gregor A Cailliet Category Books Reports and Fact Sheets Subject Environmental Science Fisheries Research Marine Education 1998 01 01 Annual Report 1999 2000 CA Sea Grant Category Reports and Fact Sheets 1999 01 01 Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds Volume VII Isabella A Abbott Category

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  • California Sea Grant Program Directory 2015 | California Sea Grant
    competitive peer reviewed proposals and addresses a wide range of problems and opportunities Summaries of the 2015 projects are available in the Program Directory Download PD2015 Final pdf Focus Areas Healthy Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Resilient Coastal Communities Safe and Sustainable Fisheries and Seafood Supply Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500 Gilman Dr 0232 La Jolla CA 92093 0232 858 534 4440 caseagrant ucsd edu

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/publication/california-sea-grant-program-directory-2015 (2015-06-03)
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  • California Sea Grant Strategic Plan 2014-17 | California Sea Grant
    Funding News Extension Outreach Reporting e Documents California Sea Grant Strategic Plan 2014 17 Download CASG SP 2014 17 pdf Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500 Gilman Dr 0232 La Jolla CA 92093 0232 858 534 4440 caseagrant ucsd edu Giving Stay Connected Sign Up for News Join our mailing lists and receive funding and fellowship information news releases and job announcements Subscribe Now Navigation

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/publication/california-sea-grant-strategic-plan-2014-17 (2015-06-03)
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  • Controls on the Net Carbon Emissions from Restored Wetland Ecosystems | California Sea Grant
    Extension Outreach Reporting e Documents Controls on the Net Carbon Emissions from Restored Wetland Ecosystems Download McNicol Profile PDF pdf Focus Areas Education Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500 Gilman Dr 0232 La Jolla CA 92093 0232 858 534 4440 caseagrant ucsd edu Giving Stay Connected Sign Up for News Join our mailing lists and receive funding and fellowship information news releases and job announcements

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/publication/controls-on-the-net-carbon-emissions-from-restored-wetland-ecosystems (2015-06-03)
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  • Salinity Tolerances and Biomarkers of Salt Stress in Longfin and Delta Smelt | California Sea Grant
    Outreach Reporting e Documents Salinity Tolerances and Biomarkers of Salt Stress in Longfin and Delta Smelt Download Kammerer Profile PDF pdf Focus Areas Education Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500 Gilman Dr 0232 La Jolla CA 92093 0232 858 534 4440 caseagrant ucsd edu Giving Stay Connected Sign Up for News Join our mailing lists and receive funding and fellowship information news releases and job

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/publication/salinity-tolerances-and-biomarkers-of-salt-stress-in-longfin-and-delta-smelt (2015-06-03)
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  • Unraveling Sources of Food Web Support in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta’s Marsh Ecosystem | California Sea Grant
    e Documents Unraveling Sources of Food Web Support in the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta s Marsh Ecosystem Download Howe Profile PDF pdf Focus Areas Education Contact Us University of California San Diego California Sea Grant 9500 Gilman Dr 0232 La Jolla CA 92093 0232 858 534 4440 caseagrant ucsd edu Giving Stay Connected Sign Up for News Join our mailing lists and receive funding and fellowship information news releases and

    Original URL path: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/publication/unraveling-sources-of-food-web-support-in-the-sacramento-san-joaquin-deltas-marsh (2015-06-03)
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