Dr. Jeff Downing, a professor of Fine Arts at San Francisco State University, created a display of aquatic markers at MarinMOCA in Novato for the exhibit, “Level Up! A Sculptural View of Sea Level Rise.” These sculptures will display the impacts and effects of sea-level rise on communities.
Dr. Chris Lowe, a professor in marine biology and director of the Shark Lab at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), interviews on the Today's Show talking about why shark attacks are on the rise. Most shark attacks are not fatal and are often a result of the shark hunting fish close to the shores.
Intertidal species on Swan's Island in the Gulf of Maine have been declining rapidly due to climate change. Dr. Steve Dudgeon, CSU Northridge, is tracking these changes in mussels, barnacles and snails.
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