Latest News and Studies 2018

Latest News

Latest CDPH domoic acid testing results for Dungeness and rock crab 11-30-2018 and lobster 11-26-2018

Additional crab related press releases, information and articles with links as of 11-30-2018 (please check for updates)

For information on Dungeness and rock crab, domoic acid, disaster relief and the Committee's previous crab hearings with related documents and links

Crab Quality Delays 2018-19 Northern California Commercial Dungeness Crab Season to Dec. 31

Crab season delayed north of Mendocino County line

Don’t Eat That Razor Clam!

Let it flow: In about-face, state breaks and shifts levees to restore natural floodplains

CDFW Awards $13.2 Million for Fisheries Habitat Restoration and Forest Legacy Projects

Nordic Aquafarms opens office near site of future salmon RAS facility in Maine

Commercial Dungeness Crab Season to Open in Sonoma County

  • CDPH Lifts Dungeness Crab Health Advisory Near Bodega Bay and Russian River
  • CDFW memo lifting closure
  • Memo from the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (12/03/18)

Disaster relief dollars for crab fishery

Crab fishermen and environmentalists square off over whale entanglements

Salmon surge: Habitat improvements paying off on one California river

Under Santa Cruz Wharf, a robot watches for algal blooms

McGuire tackles crabbing, whale entanglement issues at committee hearing - CDFW director announces first of its kind conservation plan for state

California seeks plan to protect whales and Dungeness crab fishery

Support fishermen in their climate suit

Pacific crabbers file lawsuit against fossil fuel industry

McGuire hosts Fisheries Hearing in San Francisco Focused on California’s Whale Protection Efforts and State of the State on 2018-19 Crab Season 

Crab season delayed

Could California’s ocean ranches solve a global food shortage and fix the seafood trade deficit?

McGuire to hold hearing on crab season, whale entanglements next week  

McGuire to report on North Coast crab

San Joaquin River salmon make big gains, but don’t call it a comeback yet

Butte County Town Attempts to Save Salmon From Wildfire Devastation

Poor quality delays commercial crab season

2018-11-21  McGuire Hosts Hearing on CA's Crab Season & Whale Protection Efforts Next Week!

Another big year for salmon on Mokelumne River

Commercial Dungeness Crab Season Delayed in Northern California

Domoic Acid and the Recreational Dungeness Crab Fishery: A brief history of monitoring and current recreational fishery information

BOEM Hosts Local Informational Forum on Offshore Wind Planning in California

Climatic closures: Crabbers file suit over warming waters

West Coast crab fisherman sue 30 fossil fuel companies, citing economic losses due to climate change

Dungeness crab for Christmas? Fishermen head out on opening day of 2018 commercial season 

Fishermen Give Thumbs-Up to First Catch as Commercial Crab Harvest Begins

Commercial Spiny Lobster Fishery Closure Lifted in State Waters Around Anacapa Island

New regulations to reduce the risk of marine life entanglements in commercial Dungeness crab fishing gear

Fish 'FasTrak' system shows Napa steelhead come home

Humboldt Bay Shellfish Mariculture Business Survey: Assessing economic conditions and impact - November 2018

Commercial Dungeness crab season opens in most of California

Low meat content delays Oregon crab season

Crab season delayed on the Oregon Coast

Sonoma Coast crab on the way    

Great white sharks spotted in North Coast waters

Clearing the way for Pacific lamprey return to their southern range

Southern Commercial Dungeness Crab Season Delayed in Ocean Waters North of Bodega Head Due to Public Health Hazard

2018-19 Frequently Asked Questions for the Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery

Dungeness crab season faces delays in parts of state

2015-16 Crab Fisheries Disaster Relief - Frequently Asked Questions 

California Commercial Dungeness Crab Catch by Season, 1915/16-2017/18 (PDF)

Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery Updates to Vessel Size Restrictions - Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)

Fishermen less concerned about contaminated crab as commercial season nears

Sensational Bay Area opener for Dungeness crab

Legions of Dungeness crab fans hit Sonoma Coast for sport opener

The River is Running Through It

Fishermen Petition Water Board to Control Pesticide Pollution on California's Gorgeous Smith River

Tailgating for crabs: Half Moon Bay gears up for Dungeness crab season

Stars aligning for great Dungeness crab opener

Fisherman jumps into ocean to free entangled whale off Central California coast

Snorkeling With The Salmon In A Northern California River

Conservation group seeks judgement in California crab gear lawsuit

How researchers flinging salmon inadvertently spurred tree growth

Startling new research finds large buildup of heat in the oceans, suggesting a faster rate of global warming

CDPH Warns Consumers Not To Eat the Viscera of Crab Caught Near Bodega Bay and Russian River

Domoic Acid Levels Delay Recreational Dungeness Crab Season Between Patrick’s Point and Oregon Border; Season Opens Everywhere Else This Saturday

‘Otters win, again.’ Supreme Court shuts down challenge from California fishing industry

Study finds danger to Smith River coho

Nutrition researcher: The human diet needs more shellfish

Catalina Offshore Gets Funding to Revive Opah Consumption in California, West Coast

Seafood Industry and Scientists Team Up to Make the Most of Opah

Reviewing the Gear Involved in West Coast Whale Entanglements - Forensic Review Workshop REPORT

Seaport developer, fishermen reach deal to help save San Diego’s storied fishing industry

Recreational Dungeness Crab Fishery Delayed in Northern Humboldt and Del Norte Counties Due to Public Health Hazard

OEHHA recommendation to delay recreational Dungeness crab fishery from Patrick’s Point to the Oregon border

CDPH Warns Recreational Anglers Not to Eat Dungeness Crab Caught north of Patrick’s Point

Recreational Dungeness crab season delayed in parts of California

Delay of recreational crabbing recommended after domoic acid found in elevated levels

West’s rivers are hot enough to cook salmon to death. Will this court ruling keep them cool?

Dungeness crab season nears in California, but toxins pose a familiar threat

Study leads to a question: Should the fishing industry insure itself against risk? 

California’s Underwater Forests Are Being Eaten by the ‘Cockroaches of the Ocean’ 

Gloomy prediction for abalone season

Savoring Seafood: National Seafood Month 2018

Commercial Spiny Lobster Fishery Closed in State Waters Around Anacapa Island Due to Public Health Hazard

California Dungeness Crab Fishing Gear Working Group - Updates and 2018-19 recommendations to advance the Risk Assessment and Mitigation Program (RAMP) and reduce whale entanglements

Shellfish Aquaculture Best Management Practices Stakeholder Meeting - October 25, Santa Rosa

Red Abalone Fishery Management Plan Peer Review Report Webinar Set for October 12 

Scientific Peer Review of Proposed Recreational Red Abalone Management Strategies

Upper Klamath River (recreational fishing for fall Chinook Quota) Met

Scientists discover genetic basis for how harmful algae blooms become toxic

SCCOOS California HAB Bulletin: September 2018

Lean prey in warm ocean years leaves forage fish hungry

Feds declare salmon fishery disasters

Controversy over Klamath River dam removal persists as approval nears

Judge says steelhead need more help in Santa Clara River

Yurok tribe revives ancestral lands by restoring salmon runs, protecting wildlife

Mitigating red tide more than killing algae, researcher says

Farming the ocean to save the world

Savoring Seafood: National Seafood Month 2018

Bipartisan aquaculture bill filed in US House

Klamath bids for dam removal out to contractors

2018-9-25 Governor signs McGuire’s bill that will benefit fishermen, fish buyers, the State’s economy and the environment

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Declares Commercial Fishery Disasters for West Coast Salmon and Sardines

    Commerce Secretary determination letters:

Threatened spring-run chinook salmon are sparse this year

CDFW Issues Reminders for Salmon Anglers in the Central Valley

Salmon feeding ground on Ten Mile River is a ‘win-win’ 

The Future of Fish Farming May Be Indoors

CDFW Celebrates National Hunting and Fishing Day, Ramps Up New Hunter and Angler Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation Efforts

Klamath Basin - 'Storms' underway in water talks; are they failing?         

Purple urchin invasion leads to a low harvest, high prices for West Coast urchins

Oroville Salmon Festival Returns on Sept. 22

Lower Klamath River (recreational fishing for fall Chinook) Quota Met

CDPH Warns Consumers Not to Eat Sport-Harvested Bivalve Shellfish from Humboldt County

California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s CA Crab Fisheries Disaster Relief Spending Plan Proposal September 7, 2018

  • Crab Disaster relief informational items 

Trapped: Calif. crabbers manage fallout of whale entanglements

Oregon issues approval to remove J.C. Boyle Dam on the Klamath River

Gov. Brown signs executive order to protect California's plants, animals and biodiversity 

CDPH Warns Consumers Not to Eat Sport-Harvested Bivalve Shellfish from Del Norte County

California Moves to Ban Mile-Long Fishing Nets Blamed For Killing Whales, Sharks, Dolphins, and Other Sea Life

California Legislature sends bill to reduce dolphin, whale deaths to governor

Seafood Import Restrictions on Certain Fish and Fish Products from Mexico (vaquita protection)

Restoration project nears - Pescadero/Butano Creek

California Department of Fish and Wildlife Conference August 29 12pm Call - Progress to Date: Crab Disaster Relief Spending Plan - Agenda - Additional information here; 

  • Crab Disaster Relief Spending Plan: Building Resilience
  • The recording of the Conference Call 

West Marin creek project underway to boost coho habitat

Crabbers to get federal relief

Pacific Herring Fishery Management Plan Notice of Preparation and Scoping Meeting for the Environmental Impacts Document

San Francisco Is Fighting California’s Plan to Save Salmon. Wait. What?

Can the Ocean Feed a Growing World?

Fish and Game Commission notice of receipt of petition to list Upper Klamath-Trinity River spring Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) as an endangered species under the California Endangered Species Act - petition

Mendo County Stakeholders Want to Take Over the Potter Valley Project, Which Diverts Water From the Eel; Local Enviros Say That Spells Trouble

One fish two fish: counting salmon on the Russian River

Responsible aquaculture lures support in California

Pathways Toward Responsible Aquaculture in California: Moss Landing Marine Lab

  • Agenda
  • Video link August 10 (morning session, afternoon session)
  • Video link August 11 (morning session, afternoon session)

Salmon decline reveals worrisome trend

Klamath-Trinity River fish benefitting from Carr Fire, fisheries officials say

Threat of El Niño has Pacific squid fleet on edge

Waters off Southern California coasts reach record high temperatures

Marine Harvest pursuing radical new salmon farm designs

California's salmon industry fears it will be wiped out by Trump

Recreational Red Abalone Peer Review web page - strategies, process, engagement opportunities, additional resources and more... 

Fish and Game Commission Staff Report on California Coastal Fishing Communities Meetings

Does the Bay Area Have Enough Water for Economic Growth and Salmon?

Judge denies preliminary injunction in Klamath Tribes suit

110 salmon counted on Salmon River; tribe says new research could lead to protections

In attempt to save the rarest marine mammal, court orders a ban on Mexican seafood imports

Dungeness season saw strong catch

Public Hearing to Discuss Limits for Commercial Dungeness Trap Surface Gear

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: Dungeness Crab Trap Surface Gear Limitations and Gear Removal Time

Prioritizing West Coast Chinook salmon stocks for Southern Resident killer whale recovery

Judge Won’t Divert Water for Endangered Sucker Fish 

The Klamath conflict Water war along California-Oregon border pits growers against tribes, family against family

A Sea Urchin Army Is Mowing Down California's Kelp Forests -- But Why?

Remaking Flood Management to Support Salmon

Here’s How the Largest Dam Removal Project in the U.S. Would Work

Salmon Season Now in Session for Sac, Feather Rivers 

Hoopa Valley Tribe warns of lawsuit over salmon fishing rules

CDFW Request for Industry Input: Draft Proposal for the Disbursement of Disaster Relief Funds for California Crab Fisheries

  • Agenda 
  • Dungeness and rock crab Fishery Disaster Relief Overview and Options Presentation
  • NOAA Guidance Letter on Disaster Funds Sent to PSMFC on June 21, 2018 

Eel River salmon, steelhead habitat to be restored after being blocked by railroad for 104 years

Epigenetics may hold answers to the survival of hatchery-born salmon

California Is Preparing for Extreme Weather. It’s Time to Plant Some Trees

Draft Marine Protected Area Monitoring Action Plan Available for Public Review - Action Plan

After slow-paced 2017 season, albacore trollers hope landings pick up

New Report Evaluating U.S. Shellfish Aquaculture Permitting Systems Now Available - Download the Evaluation of U.S. Shellfish Aquaculture Permitting Systems report 

CDFW Launches Electronic Reporting System for Commercial Fish Landings

North Coast crabbers haul in above average catch in 2017-18 season worth $42 million

KRRC Files Comprehensive Plan for Removal of Four Hydroelectric Dams on the Klamath River 

        - complete copy of the Definite Plan 

Ag Commissioner says potential disaster facing Klamath Basin

Final 2017 Commercial Landings Reports Now Available - Final California Commercial Landings

As Crab Season Ends, Time to Collect Gear

Wicker Introduces Bill to Advance American Aquaculture - (Federal) Legislation Would Streamline Permitting Process and Fund Research and Development

Stakeholder Input Invited: Federally-funded Research Priorities for Aquaculture

Yuroks cancel commercial salmon fishery, expand subsistence fishing over 2017

Reclamation releases 2018 Klamath Project operations and drought plans

Feds send $26 million relief for California crab fishery disaster

California crabbers, Yurok Tribe receive nearly $30M in fisheries disaster relief

Commerce Secretary allocates $200 million fishery disaster funding following 2017 hurricanes

EPA fines NorCal gravel miner for dumping on endangered salmon

Short salmon season is tough on fishermen

Deadline Approaching: Apply to Join the IUCN Green List Expert Assessment Group

How the Yurok Tribe is reclaiming the Klamath River

Group issues Humboldt Bay seafood eating guide based on mercury levels

Artificial beaver dams are a hot restoration strategy, but the projects aren't always welcome

North Coast divers take the plunge, target hordes of purple urchins

Harbor crab numbers up slightly from last year

Straws. Bottle caps. Polyester. These are the new targets of California's environmental movement

A little water could make a big difference for endangered salmon

With Its Way Of Life At Risk, This Remote Oyster-Growing Region Called In Robots

Just keep swimming: Fish to have easier access to Sacramento River

Humboldt Bay hosts ‘Burke-o-Lator’ to measure effects of ocean acidification on shellfish, eelgrass

In bid to save abalone, Sonoma Coast divers plan huge purple urchin harvest

2017 West Coast (Whale) Entanglement Summary

CDFW Marine Region - 2017 Year in Review

20K-Pound Fresh Fish Catch Helps San Diego Maritime Industry

Agency's Latest Status of Stocks Report Shows More Progress Rebuilding Fish Stocks

US fisheries report reveals all-time-low numbers of overfishing, overfished stocks 

Mikkelsen visits (Klamath) Basin stakeholders, releases framework for water agreement

Habitat Restoration for Chinook Salmon in Putah Creek: A Success Story

Can an uneasy truce hold off another water rebellion on California's northern border?

PG&E plan to sell Mendocino County hydropower project unsettles North Coast water system

PG&E Plans to Auction off the Potter Valley Hydroelectric Project

Chinese fish farm tests deep-sea waters with ‘world’s biggest’ salmon cage

Recreational Ocean Salmon Seasons Opening in June

Salmon spawn fierce debate over protecting endangered species, thanks to a single gene

Reclamation begins emergency dilution flows early Monday in Klamath River

Global Fisheries Beautifully Illustrated & Mapped

Salmon program bolsters fishery 

A million salmon were released into the Sacramento River. So why are anglers unhappy?

Another short salmon season means skimpy year, high prices

Local kelp forests are giving way to barrens of sea urchins. Divers want to fight back. 

Federal judge sides with Klamath Basin fish over farmers

Judge upholds Klamath River injunction

US senators seek end to driftnet fishing 

Fatal Falls Overboard in Commercial Fishing — United States, 2000–2016

Work begins on $10 million Alameda Creek fish ladders

Monterey Bay fishermen working round the clock to pull in plentiful catch

Annual blessing of the Bodega Bay fishing fleet marks a shorter and uncertain salmon season

2021 new target to remove Klamath dams

Farming That Uses a Little Water ... And a Whole Lot of Fish Poop

Commercial rock crab fishery continues to be extended northward to near the Mendocino/Humboldt County line

Meet the Women Behind California’s First Open-Water Seaweed Farm

Record number of steelhead return to spawn during 2017-2018 season at Coleman National Fish Hatchery

Recreational Salmon Seasons Set for 2018

Records contradict feds’ story behind disbanding of Trinity River watchdog group

King crab - Crescent City is California’s top crab catcher

Extreme climate variability destabilizing West Coast ecosystems

Klamath River salmon season set to reopen in May; other regions face restrictions

Bodega Bay Fisherman’s Festival a bright spot after bad news for salmon fleet

Federal judge hears Klamath Basin tribes, irrigators arguments on dam water releases

2018 West Coast Salmon Season Dates Set

Pacific Fishery Management Council Adopts Major Changes to West Coast Groundfish Fishery

California Mobilizes to Save Invaluable Kelp – Will Efforts Be in Vain?

Northern California divers battle to save abalone — with a giant sea-urchin vacuum

A Mighty Confluence of Events Creates a Model Stream

Reclamation to increase water releases to Klamath River today to address fish health concerns

New model looks to predict economic impacts of fishing closures 

New study reveals cost of 2017 salmon fisheries closure

April Recreational Ocean Salmon Fishery Curtailed on Much of the California Coast

Federal Agency To Study Effects Of Electric Pulses From Proposed Wind Farm On Fish

CDFW Invites Public Input on Development of State Coastal Marine Aquaculture Program

Klamath River salmon fishing season set to reopen

KRRC representatives detail dam activities

Feather River flow cranked up for young salmon

Panel explores kelp, ab, urchin recovery

Feds eye scaling back antiparasite Klamath dam releases

Reclamation Responds to Klamath Water Users’ Motion in District Court, Outlines Proposed 2018 Operations

Chinook seasons expected

Chinook Salmon ‘Overfished’? Not So Fast, Say Fishers

North Coast salmon season to be delayed into summer

California’s Salmon Industry Set to Take Another Hit This Season 

The Pacific Fishery Management Council has chosen options for the 2018 salmon season

April Recreational Ocean Salmon Fishery Curtailed on Much of the California Coast

Fishing: Although restricted, there will be a 2018 Chinook salmon season

Fishing The North Coast: Salmon season returns to the North Coast

Marin’s rare fish have off season as rains fluctuate

DRAFT Council-Adopted Salmon Management Measures (Tables) for Public Review – from March 2018 PFMC Meeting

Klamath River fish-kill preventive dam releases challenged by farmers, water districts

Resource Agencies Re-Introduce Sacramento River Winter-Run Chinook Salmon into Battle Creek to Expand Range of Endangered Species

West Coast ocean returning to normal but salmon catches lagging

The rise of seaweed 

'Perfect Storm' Has North Coast Marine Ecosystem Reeling, Abalone in Crisis 

This Is Why You Don't See People-Sized Salmon Anymore - see study here

West Coast sardine fishing closed for 4th year; ‘alarming’ 97% population decline

These Chinook almost went extinct during California’s drought. Can this $100 million plan save them?

Weak Sacramento River chinook run could hurt, eliminate ocean salmon seasons

Planned Release of BY 2017 Juvenile Winter Run Chinook Salmon from Livingston Stone National Fish Hatchery

Repairing the Feather River after the Oroville Dam emergency

Fewer salmon at the Golden Gate may mean less fishing in Northern California rivers

Forecast shows California salmon fishermen in for another year of sharp limits 

California’s Drought, Poor Ocean Conditions Impact Salmon Forecast for 2018

Petition Prompts ESA Review of Upper Klamath and Trinity River Chinook Salmon

NMFS Considering Adding Klamath Spring Chinook to the Endangered Species List

Fisheries Off West Coast States; West Coast Salmon Fisheries; Management Measures To Limit Fishery Impacts on Sacramento River Winter Chinook Salmon

The Future of Fish Farming

NOAA Fisheries charts progress for West Coast species at risk

'Fish Hub' Plans To Restore Monterey’s Fishing Roots, One Piece At A Time

Fishing the North Coast: Klamath salmon count up

Capitol Tracker: Bill would allow crab season to close temporarily for whale entanglements

Crabbers concede 25 cents

CDFW Now Accepting Fisheries Habitat Restoration Project Proposals

New (OR) legislation to localize domoic acid closures

Commercial crabbing on hold

Coast Guard rescues two fishermen near Mendocino, assists two additional fishing vessels near McKinleyville and Fort Bragg

California’s crab fleet awaits share of $200 million in disaster relief 

San Francisco’s love affair with Dungeness crab grows more toxic

Klamath Basin irrigators, fish face dry year, officials say

Study finds more harm to fish from stormwater

CDFW to Release a Half-Million Steelhead into Feather River

Spending bill includes disaster relief funds for Dungeness crab, salmon fisheries 

After delays, Dungeness crab season a mixed bag for US West Coast

Salmon Preseason Process: Calendar of Events and Contact Information

CDFW Awards $14.4 Million for Fisheries Habitat Restoration and Forest Legacy Projects

Commission Suspends License of Sportfishing Charter Boat Operator for Poaching in Southern California Marine Protected Areas

Another crabbing vessel rescued Tuesday; 2 crabbers unhurt

Coast Guard aids fishermen aboard disabled vessel near Humboldt Bay

Harbor bustling - Commercial crab catch begins

Search suspended for Eureka fisherman missing after falling overboard

Friends Of Lake Sonoma - Steelheed Festival

Family of missing crew member pleads for help

Coast Guard assists 3 fishermen in distress near Humboldt Bay

Entire Oregon coast now open for crabbing

Red Herring: The Tons of Fish That Are Caught But Not Eaten

US Senate Hearing Highlights Aquaculture Opportunities

Fishing’s impact on economy topic of meeting

Program recovers lost crabbing gear

For first time in 60 years, spring-run Chinook salmon reproduce in San Joaquin River

Diverted River Sustains California Wine Country, but It’s Killing Salmon

The Seafood Trail On Northern California’s Coast That Is Just Like Heaven

Fish enjoy a healthier, prosperous 2017 - No fishkill for first time in years at Pescadero marsh

Can Deepwater Aquaculture Avoid the Pitfalls of Coastal Fish Farms?

Commercial Spiny Lobster Fishery Closure Lifted Near Santa Cruz and Anacapa Islands

Oregon’s valuable Dungeness crab fishery gets underway

Oceana wins lawsuit against feds over anchovy quota

The North Coast Crab Fleet is geared up

Crabbers go to sea

Crab boats launch as season opens

Long-delayed crab opener hits more hitches: weather and weight

Weather, quality testing snag commercial crabbing season

California floodplains and the fish that use them

Crabbers set to snap

KRRC liaison breaks down dam removal

Can Better Technologies Save Endangered California Salmon?

California Sea Lion Population Rebounded to New Highs

Crabbing woes continue 

Crab quality in question

Price talks delay crab season

CDPH Lifts Rock Crab Health Advisory in Portions of Sonoma County

Coho salmon return to west Marin County watershed 

Coho Salmon Released in Marin County’s Redwood Creek to Boost Spawning of Endangered Fish

Northern California crab season to open amid scrutiny over whale entanglements

Commercial crab season to open Monday but local crabbers want another test done

Monday opener set for North Coast crab fishermen; quality up in the air

Commercial crab season to finally open Jan. 15

Commercial Dungeness Crab Season to Open in Northern California

Feds to pause killing of beavers after threat of lawsuit

New paths to survival for endangered winter run Chinook salmon

The delta smelt heads for extinction, marking a half-century of failed California water policy

Coho Salmon to Remain on Endangered List   

Crab season delayed again

For sustainable fisheries, try eating ‘underloved’ fish

Oceans suffocating as huge dead zones quadruple since 1950, scientists warn

New Salmon Habitat Project Completed on Sacramento River

Yellowstone fish deaths point to huge toll of human activity on rivers

NOAA Sea Grant Aquaculture Initiative - grant funding available

Crab Fishing in California: Risky Business


Studies and Reports

Senate Office of Research (SOR) Report - Catastrophic Loss of Bull Kelp Forests

Humboldt Bay Shellfish Mariculture Business Survey: Assessing economic conditions and impact - November 2018

Smoky Skies From Wildfires Are Good For Fish, Study Concludes

Effects of warming ocean conditions on feeding ecology of small pelagic fishes in a coastal upwelling ecosystem: a shift to gelatinous food sources

Biosynthesis of the neurotoxin domoic acid in a bloom-forming diatom

The making of a plankton toxin

From eelgrass to mudflat: New research dives into Morro Bay mystery

Managing for Salmon Resilience in California’s Variable and Changing Climate

Southern California coast emerges as a toxic algae hot spot

Using hierarchical models to estimate stock-specific and seasonal variation in ocean distribution, survivorship, and aggregate abundance of fall run Chinook salmon

Mercury Testing of Sport/Food Fishes within Humboldt Bay - April, 2018

Can fish really feel pain?

Adaptive comanagement to achieve climate‐ready fisheries

NOAA - Status of Stocks 2017 - Overfished list drops to new all-time low

Study Projects Massive Northward Shift of Species as Oceans Warm

Where and why does restoration happen? Ecological and sociopolitical influences on stream restoration in coastal California

Predicting the economic impacts of the 2017 West Coast salmon troll ocean fishery closure


Blurred lines: Multiple freshwater and marine algal toxins at the land-sea interface of San Francisco Bay, California

Marine spatial planning makes room for offshore aquaculture in crowded coastal waters

Effects of the proposed California WaterFix North Delta Diversion on flow reversals and entrainment of juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) into Georgiana Slough and the Delta Cross Channel, northern California

Demographic changes in Chinook salmon across the Northeast Pacific Ocean

Differential toxin response of Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries as a function of nitrogen speciation in batch and continuous cultures, and during a natural assemblage experiment

New Report on the State of the California Current in 2017

Evaluation of the Ocean Resources Enhancement and Hatchery Program

Gravel-bed river floodplains are the ecological nexus of glaciated mountain landscapes

Little genetic difference among Dungeness crab from California to Washington



Caltrans 2016 Fish Passage Report to the Legislature

Endangered winter-run Chinook salmon rely on diverse rearing habitats in a highly altered landscape

Declining oxygen in the global ocean and coastal waters

Rights-based management for recreational for-hire fisheries: Evidence from a policy trial

Committee Address