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New Research Published on Human Impacts on Top Predators in the California Current (October 2013)

Environmental Research Division / Southwest Fisheries Science Center

In a newly published study, a research team led by Sara Maxwell at Stanford University and Southwest Fisheries Science Center (SWFSC) scientists Elliott Hazen, Steven Bograd, Peter Dutton, and Scott Benson analyzed protected species distributions and human impacts in the US Exclusive Economic Zone. This study combined 10 years of.... more >>










New Research Published on Climate Change Impacts on Marine Predators (September 26, 2012)

Environmental Research Division / Southwest Fisheries Science Center

Unlike human habitat, temperatures in the marine environment cannot be controlled by a thermostat. So what do marine animals do when the heat cranks up? NOAA Fisheries scientist Elliott Hazen led a research team with 11 U.S. and Canadian scientists to find out exactly how climate change impacts... more >>










Pacific Grove Laboratory Unveils New Mural (November 18, 2008)

Environmental Research Division / Southwest Fisheries Science Center

About 75 NOAA employees and community supporters and partners recently celebrated a new mural on the exterior of the NOAA Fisheries Pacific Grove facility. The mural, titled Green Sea/Blue Sea: The California Current, Climate Change, and Sustainable Fisheries, illustrates how the California Current ecosystem responds to changes in climate and ocean conditions. Guest speakers included.... more >>










NOAA Fisheries Pacific Grove Mural Theme: Green Sea/Blue Sea (October 09, 2008)

Environmental Research Division / Southwest Fisheries Science Center

The NOAA Fisheries Southwest Fisheries Science Center laboratory in Pacific Grove recognizes the long and vibrant heritage of fishing, scientific research and management in Monterey Bay and along the entire U.S. west coast by crowning the building with a vibrant public mural, Green Sea/Blue Sea: The California Current, Climate Change and Sustainable Fisheries. Through the telling of the 100-year legacy of the sardine fishery, the mural illustrates how fish, marine mammals, sea turtles and other marine fauna respond to changes in ocean conditions.... more >>













2008 NOAA Ocean Satellite Data Course Announced (December 13, 2007)

Environmental Research Division

2008 NOAA Ocean Satellite Data Course Announced - March 24-26, 2008 - Cooperative Institute for Oceanographic Satellite Studies (CIOSS) Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR Cara Wilson, Dave Foley (SWFSC/ERD) and Carlos Rivero (SEFSC) are organizing this 3-day course that will give an overview of the types of.... more >>










NOAA Preserve America Initiative (PAIG) program grant - The 100-Year Sardine Legacy.... (April 10, 2006)

Environmental Research Division

The SWC was awarded a grant from the NOAA Preserve America Initiative (PAIG) program.... more >>










Environmental Research Division News (April 3, 2006)

Environmental Research Division

ERD scientists have been collaborating with the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS) to develop value-added data maps that describe representative conditions of ocean surface waters off Central California.... more >>







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