Welcome to California Sea Grant
...supporting science-based management, conservation and enhancement of California's coastal and aquatic resources through research, extension and education.
- Delta Science Fellowship Application - deadline May 20, 2013 (5:00 PM PDT)
- Q&As from webinar (updated April 23, 2013)
- North Coast MPA Baseline Program RFP - deadline August 14, 2013 (5:00 PM PDT)
- Bidders' Conference Agenda - updated May 6, 2013
- Bidders' Conference Presentations - updated May 17, 2013
- Academic Coordinator (Extension Specialist),
San Luis Obispo, CA -
review of applications begins February 15, 2013
First CA Sea Grant Extension Fellowship Awarded
Carey Batha has won a California Sea Grant Extension Fellowship at the California Coastal Commission in San Francisco.
Sara Hutto with NOAA’s Marine Sanctuaries
Sara Hutto, a 2012 California Sea Grant State Fellow, is the new sanctuary advisory council coordinator for the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
New Videos on Central Coast’s No-Fishing Zones
Curious about how the Central Coast’s no-fishing zones are working and what scientists have observed since the landmark underwater parks went into effect in 2007?
CA Sea Grant Seafood Specialist to Retire
California Sea Grant Seafood Specialist Pamela Tom will retire on July 1, after nearly 40 years of outstanding service with the University of California.
Amber Mace Appointed to National Sea Grant Advisory Board
From left, Dr. Roseann Fortner, Dr. Amber Mace, Mr. Dale Baker, Dr. Paulinus Chigwe and Acting NOAA Administrator Dr. Kathryn Sullivan. Credit: NOAA
Sea Grant Specialist to Study Local Seafood
Could a fishermen’s market become a viable business in San Diego?
Sea Grant Specialist to Study Halibut Fishery
Collaborative effort will review trends in commercial catches.
Shark Biologist Sought by Citizen Scientist
Joint project seeks to explain increase in sevengill shark sightings.
“What Would Ed Do?”
Ecologist Mark Carr's Ricketts Memorial Lecture will highlight long-term observations and emerging technologies.
Sea Grant State Fellow Works on Ship Strikes
New app may help lessen contacts that can cause serious injuries or death to whales.
Sea Grant Trainee at Ocean Day
Graduate student’s passion for rockfishes and the ocean takes her to Sacramento.
Acidic Waters May Take a Toll on Marine Plants
How algae and benthic organisms may respond to climate change scenarios.
New Video: La Jolla Canyon Marine Life
Underwater footage shows how small marine creatures respond to their watery world.
Protecting Water Supplies from the Next “Big One”
What may happen to California's water supply in a big earthquake?
Forecasting Harmful Algal Blooms in Monterey Bay
Certain types of algal blooms in Monterey Bay have become vastly more toxic in the last 15 years.
Seabird Foraging under Study
By watching seabirds, scientists are learning a lot about where young fish reside.
“Lab on a Chip”: Advances for H2O Quality Testing
A Stanford engineer plans to demonstrate the ability to count bacterial cells in picoliter droplets.
Six “New” Investigators Win Focus Awards
A seventh Focus Award recipient will look at whether consumers will really pay more for “green” seafoods.
California Sea Grant Celebrates 40 Years
Check out what our fellows, trainees and scholars from over the years are up to now!