October 2013
$1.2 million awarded to 10 new Delta Science Fellows
Recent News


Aquaculture is seen as a promising solution to the increasing pressures on our ocean resources.

Updates from the 10 baseline monitoring projects along the South Coast.

Working with commercial and recreational fishermen, scientists are addressing bycatch reduction, gear recovery and direct-seafood marketing.


Experimental, deep-set longline gear targets swordfish beneath the "turtle layer." 

California Sea Grant extension specialist Carolynn Culver is working with fishermen to develop cost-effective data collection methods.

Lynn Waterhouse, a graduate student researcher at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, will be a part of a team led by assistant professor Brice Semmens, that will focus on the development and testing of new models that contribute to ecosystem management on the West Coast, with a focus on river systems.  


UC Berkeley post-doctoral researcher Qingfang Wu will deploy a fleet of "smart drifters" in a freshwater, tidal wetland of the San Francisco Estuary as part of her new Delta Science Fellowship project.

Announcing the 2013 State Fellows Video Contest Winners


California Sea Grant in the News


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