A new MAPP-supported study evaluates methods to reduce bias in models of the highly productive and biodiverse California Current System, revealing essential steps to accurately predict ecosystem-relevant ocean conditions.
New COM-supported research produces the first detailed dataset of foram species variations in the Northern California Current during marine heat wave events.
CAFA personnel contributed to a NOAA Technical Memorandum on how to make fisheries and aquaculture more resilient to climate change.
Sustainable management and resilience of U.S. fisheries in a changing climate: a collaboration between OAR and NMFS
In partnership with the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Office of Science and Technology, CPO’s Coastal and Ocean Climate Applications (COCA) program competitively awarded seven grants projects in FY 2015 focused on increasing the understanding of climate-related impacts on fish stocks and fisheries. The roughly $5 million in grants cover a two- to three-year time period.
CPO’s Laura Petes is the lead author of “Science integration into U.S. climate and ocean policy,” which appeared in the August issue of Nature Climate Change.