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Join us for a series of community gatherings to share and discuss key findings from baseline monitoring of ecosystems and human uses in the South Coast MPAs....read more
Join us for a series of community gatherings to share and discuss key findings from baseline monitoring of ecosystems and human uses in the South Coast MPAs. Gatherings will be held in San Diego, San Pedro, Malibu, San Clemente, and Santa Barbara.
We are always looking for creative ways to stay connected to our partners, including our “Key Communicators” who play an essential role in conveying baseline monitoring information through their networks.
Recognized as one of the most productive and dynamic ecosystems in the world, South Coast kelp forests and rocky reefs are home to a host of recreationally and commercially important species and are a favorite destination for marine life enthusiasts.
We're looking for a candidate with experience in science communications, policy and marine biology/ecology to advance our work on marine protected area monitoring in the South Coast. The Fellow will work closely with the South Coast MPA monitoring team to develop and share reporting pro
The Aquarium of the Pacific and its Marine Conservation Research Institute (MCRI) are hosting a one day symposium on February 20, 2016 to highlight the efforts of citizen scientists like you! This symposium is designed for you to lead the conversation.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife and California State Parks have teamed up to teach California students about the state’s network of marine protected areas (MPAs) through California State Park’s PORTS (Parks Online Resources for Teachers and Students) program. Using live video-conferencing and on-line interactive lessons, thousands of students are now learning about California’s MPAs.
This year, Ocean Science Trust is honored to be the local host of the Western Society of Naturalists (WSN) Annual Meeting located in Sacramento, California, November 5-8, 2015. We have introduced a convening topic of "Marine Science Informing Management."
We’ve reached an important milestone in the South Coast marine protected area (MPA) baseline monitoring period! Technical reports from 9 monitoring projects in the South Coast MPA Baseline Program are now available for you to read.
California’s South Coast marine protected area (MPA) network was established in early 2012, and it ranges from Point Conception to the California-Mexico border. It includes sandy beaches, kelp forests, rocky shores, and deep waters that teem with marine life.