The Center For Ocean Solutions Research
March 2019

New tool merges climate science, law and policy to protect California Coastline

Stanford researchers have developed an interactive map designed for coastal planning strategies along the California coast to determine the best course of action when faced with coastal hazards due to a changing climate.
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December 3, 2010

Stephen Palumbi on ABC 7 News: "Monterey Bay's recovery chronicled in new book"

News Source: Channel 7 ABC News.  Professor Stephen Palumbi, Director of Hopkins Marine Station, discusses the Monterey Bay's dramatic recovery on ABC 7 News.

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June 8, 2010

Voyage into the Arctic Ocean with Stanford Researchers

News Source: Stanford Report.  A group of Stanford scientists are part of a research voyage aboard an icebreaker, seeking to assess the state of the Arctic Ocean and how the melting ice affects the ocean's ability to absorb carbon dioxide.

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May 27, 2010

Gulf Leak Eclipses Exxon Valdez as Worst US Spill

News Source: ABC 7 News KGO-TV San Francisco.  Meg Caldwell, COS Executive Director, discusses the damages of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in comparison to the Exxon Valdez on ABC 7 news.

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September 11, 2008

Ocean Protection Council Approves Up To $9.2 Million in Grants For State Coastal and Ocean Improvement Projects

News Source: YubeNet.com.  The California Ocean Protection Council (OPC) has approved grant awards totaling up to $9.2 million for fisheries and ocean improvement, research and ecosystem management projects statewide.

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Welcome to the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions (COS) E-newsletter—a quarterly publication to keep our partners, colleagues and friends informed of our work.
 

Each issue includes updates on the latest news, research, publications and emerging solutions we’ve been developing. We also introduce you to a member of our diverse and talented staff. Please feel free to send any feedback or suggestions for upcoming issues to cosocean@gmail.com.  We look forward to hearing from you!

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