California Sea Grant Research
Video Contest Winners
The winners of our 2012 California Sea Grant video contest are:
First Place: Ryan Jenkinson,
Ph.D. Candidate, Joint Doctoral Program in Ecology, San Diego State University and UC Davis, for his entry: What I’m Doing in Marine Ecology
CA Sea Grant Project R/ENV-216,
Biogeographical variation in trophic interactions on temperate reefs of the Southern California Bight
Second Place: Lindsay Darjany,
M.S. Biology Candidate at CSU Long Beach, for her entry: Ode to Microbes
CA Sea Grant Project R/ENV-215,
Characterization of Salt Microbial Carbon Cyclers Using DNA Stable Isotope Probing
Information about ongoing and past research projects is available in several formats.
(1) Program Directory - Short summaries of all ongoing research projects. Past directories are a source of information on completed research.
(2) Project Profiles - One-page lay summaries of select projects organized by year.
(4) Newsroom - News and feature articles written by California Sea Grant.
A collection of news articles, project profiles, and publications on the topic.
Tips for visitors to California beaches.
North Central Coast Marine Protected Areas
A July 2010 workshop explored the impacts of ocean acidification on West Coast shellfish.
South Coast Marine Protected Areas
In 2007, the Sea Grant programs in Washington, Oregon and California collaborated on a first-of-its-kind effort to assess the long-term marine research and information needs of the entire US West Coast.
The NSGL provides global access to more than 15,000 full-text digital documents through its 40,000 record-searchable publications database. It is the only comprehensive collection of documents from the 33 Sea Grant Programs, and includes oceanography, marine education, aquaculture, fisheries, aquatic nuisance species, coastal hazards, ecosystem-based management, seafood safety, limnology, coastal zone management, marine recreation and law.