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​Dr. Chris Lowe's Shark Lab, CSU Long Beach, tagged a record number of sharks (38) off the coast of Southern California this year despite restrictions from COVID. This could be due to more sharks being closer to the coast this year. 


​Dr. Jennifer Burnaford, California State University, Fullerton, led a study that discovered, as temperatures continue to rise, the more heat stress owl limpets experience, making them​ easy prey to black oystercatchers. ​​


​Dr. Kari Sant, San Diego State University, is leading one of the most comprehensive and collaborative analyses of the health of the Tijuana River with the help of SDSU students, including previous COAST Intern and current SDSU Master's student, Alex Fox.

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