Over the last two decades, California created a unique network of marine protected areas across the state with the intention of cultivating healthy ocean ecosystems. But because the act limited fishing and other activities in certain areas, it was met with skepticism by many recreational anglers. “Historically, there’s been a sensitive or delicate relationship between […]
Updated bilingual LA Fishing and MPAs brochure.
**This blog entry orginally appeared on the website oceanspaces.org.**/p> New Associate Scientist at Ocean Science Trust Hello there! I’m a new Associate Scientist at the Ocean Science Trust and am writing to introduce myself to the OceanSpaces community. I grew up in Humboldt County but have since studied and worked on themes related to fisheries […]
Perspectives from the OPC-SAT — Part I: Gone with the Wind? What climate-driven changes in wind intensity mean for California’s Ocean Health
**This blog entry orginally appeared on the website oceanspaces.org.**/p> Perspectives from the OPC-SAT blog series is dedicated to giving a voice to Ocean Protection Council Science Advisory Team (OPC-SAT) members to share their reflections on bridging the science policy boundary. The OPC-SAT is composed of 25 interdiscplinary scientists. The difference in atmospheric pressure between the […]