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7/22/2021
https://www.newtimesslo.com/sanluisobispo/as-morro-bay-eelgrass-restoration-efforts-continue-cal-poly-studyfinds-correlating-changes-in-fish-population/Content?oid=11325551Yes

​Since 2007, eelgrass beds off the coast of Morro Bay have been disappearing rapidly. As efforts continue to restore these eelgrass beds, Dr. Ryan Walter, San Luis Obispo, has been studying the correlating changes in the fish population.​

  
7/14/2021
https://www.lenfestocean.org/en/news-and-publications/fact-sheet/new-research-to-assess-marine-mammal-bycatch-risk-in-chileYes

​Dr. Ellen Hines, SFSU, is researching ways to assess data to determine when and where monitoring efforts and regulations could be most useful in order to reduce marine mammal bycatch in Chile. ​

  
7/7/2021
https://www.sfestuary.org/estuary-news-giant-marsh-moonrise-and-new-monitoring-results/Yes

​Dr. Kathy Boyer is the lead scientist on a 200-acre, 22-partner climate change adaptation project that aims to identify the best restoration techniques to protect against sea-level rise.​

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