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Becoming Catadromous: Fresh Beginnings Amidst a Salty Past and Future
Class of 2014 / Fellowships

Becoming Catadromous: Fresh Beginnings Amidst a Salty Past and Future

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Jenny Bigman is currently completing her fellowship with the Delta Science Program, Independent Science Board. The following is a guest post from Jenny. Not many fish species can tolerate both fresh and saltwater. Sure, there are anadromous and … Continue reading

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California Sea Grant Announces New Hire for Communications Team

Deborah Seiler joins California Sea Grant as communications coordinator to develop public information campaigns across digital channels La Jolla, Calif., September 8, 2014 –  California Sea Grant today announced the hiring of Deborah Seiler as communications coordinator. She will be responsible for science writing, program and research reporting, and the development of communications strategies to … Continue reading

The Reason We Need to be Preparing for Climate Change
Class of 2014 / Fellowships

The Reason We Need to be Preparing for Climate Change

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Mary Matella is currently completing her fellowship with the California Coastal Commission. The following is a guest post from Mary. “If climate change is so obvious, why don’t people get it?” – Meighen Speiser, ecoAmerica I’m a scientist, … Continue reading

State Fellow: ‘I’ve found my mountain’
Class of 2014 / Fellowships

State Fellow: ‘I’ve found my mountain’

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Nicole Bobco is currently completing her fellowship at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The following is a guest post from Nicole. “You’re off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so… get … Continue reading

California Sea Grant Extension Welcomes New Coastal Specialist
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California Sea Grant Extension Welcomes New Coastal Specialist

Jennifer O’Leary will draw on scientific research to support Central Coast ecosystem management La Jolla, Calif., August 11, 2014 – Marine ecologist Jennifer O’Leary has been appointed as an Extension Specialist at California Sea Grant. Dr. O’Leary will join a group of seven specialists who develop and execute research and outreach initiatives for the California … Continue reading

San Diego’s Open-Air Fish Market Debuts to Hungry Crowds
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San Diego’s Open-Air Fish Market Debuts to Hungry Crowds

California Sea Grant Extension Specialists use research as a tool to conduct outreach and provide reliable technical and science‐based information to residents to address local needs. California Sea Grant Extension Specialist Theresa Talley and University of San Diego professor Dr. Adina Batnitzky conducted a feasibility study to determine demand for a dockside fish market in … Continue reading

Junior Attorney Learns to Mesh Science and Policy
Class of 2014 / Fellowships

Junior Attorney Learns to Mesh Science and Policy

California Sea Grant provides unique educational opportunities for graduate students in the form of 12-month paid fellowships. Anthony Shiao is currently completing his fellowship at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The following is a guest post from Anthony. My Morning Routine 9:00 am: combing through a week-old e-mail exchange with an environmental scientist … Continue reading