Catalyzing research innovation and action to improve the health of the oceans for the people who depend on them most.

What's New?

Check out the latest news.

New Positions Available for COS Researchers
Stanford COS' Erika Woolsey talks virtual reality and the ocean
Employing 3D coral reef remote sensing to predict fish biomass
April 17: Wildlife Conservation Society's Tim McClanahan discusses democratizing fisheries
Want to be part of building solutions for current and future ocean issues? We're hiring a data research scientist with a focal interest in the application of emerging technology and data sciences towards addressing ocean issues.
Join us at Moss Landing Marine Labs this Thursday, April 18th at 4pm to learn about virtual reality and how it applies to ocean education from Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions’ Ocean Design Teaching Fellow, Erika Woolsey.
Research published this week in Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation employs a new approach of combining two-dimensional and three-dimensional remotely sensed seascape models to more accurately identify complex reef structure, and the populations of fish living within them.
On April 17, hear more about balancing and democratizing marine fisheries from Tim McClanahan, a Senior Conservation Zoologist for the Wildlife Conservation Society. 

Stay Informed

Connect with Ocean Solutions and stay up-to-date on featured events, news, and publications.