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4/6/2020
https://www2.calstate.edu/csu-system/news/Pages/Preparing-To-Save-the-Ocean.aspxYes

More than half of this year's recently announced California Sea Grant state fellows are CSU students! According to Miho Ligare, former research and fellowship coordinator at the California Sea Grant, “we are confident in CSU students because they are diverse, well-rounded and they come from a strong technical background."​​​

  
4/3/2020
https://csumb.edu/undersea/immersive-vr-videosYes

​"Looking for a way to pass the time during social distancing? Take a virtual SCUBA dive with us! Explore California's marine protected areas and beyond through our ever growing archive of VR SCUBA dives.  Watch on your smartphone, computer, or VR headset​!" - Dr. James Lindholm 

  
3/19/2020
https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/giant-sea-bass-californiaYes

​The giant sea bass is an overfished population with very low genetic diversity. Scientists are not sure how many giant sea bass are out there which is why some tracking programs urge divers to submit photographs of giant sea bass that they come across in the wild. ​​

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