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July 01, 2009 by Sue Rosenthal
An extensive resource list and tips on how to minimize your plastic use and how to keep what plastic you do use from ending up in the ocean.
February 02, 2009 by Dan Rademacher
At the California Academy on Sciences on February 2, Google announced a new version of Google Earth that holds tremendous promise for conservationists worldwide, and no shortage of data on the underwater world just off our coast.
July 01, 2007 by Kathleen M. Wong
Fog rolling over Twin Peaks may not seem like a boon for salmon, sea lions, and blue whales, but it is. Coastal upwelling is the phenomenon that brings nutrient-rich colder water to the ocean surface just off our coast most every spring and summer, and that means fog for us and plenty of food for everything from phytoplankton to humpback whales.
October 01, 2006 by Dan Rademacher
Wave-Swept Shore: The Rigors of Life on a Rocky Coast, text by Mimi Koehl, Photographs by Anne Wertheim Rosenfeld, UC …