Five CSU professors have received CA Sea Grant New Faculty Support funding! COAST has provided non-federal match to these new CSU faculty members whose research focuses on supporting the state of California’s highest priority marine, coastal and coastal watershed-related needs for scientific information.
We are eager to support CSU graduate students applying to the California Sea Grant (CASG) 2022 Graduate Research Fellowships opportunity. To help students and their advisors meet the 25% non-federal match requirement, COAST will commit up to $5,000 per applicant (or 25% of the required match, whichever is smaller). See full details on the COAST website here.
As climate change increases the temperature of oceans, Dr. Chris Lowe, CSU Long Beach, has researched the effects of temperature change in juvenile white shark habitats. According to Dr. Lowe, there is a northerly shift in nursery habitat use because water temperatures within their preferred temperature range are becoming harder to find.
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