Bodega Marine Laboratory - The University of California, Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory (BML) is dedicated to understanding environmental processes at the land-sea interface on California’s North Coast – an area known for the productivity and diversity of its marine and terrestrial ecosystems. BML’s history of research, training and outreach has contributed invaluably to our knowledge of coastal systems and the policy that protects them. The BML is open to the public on Friday’s from 2pm to 4pm, see the Visiting BML link for more information.
California Aquaculture, UC Davis - The website is designed as a working tool that leads the user to aquaculture information, publications, and services. It is also a gateway to information on other web sites, including universities, societies and associations, nation-wide, and international sources of aquatic-related information. You may find valuable and interesting links to federal and state agencies with programs of interest to fish and shellfish farmers. Links to other university sites and even commercial services may be of interest to our audiences. We invite you to look over the site’s content as we believe that you will find it both informative and especially valuable to those with an interest or even a curiosity about aquaculture.
California Sea Grant - California Sea Grant (CASG) is one of 32 state programs funded by the National Sea Grant College Program, part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Matching funds come from the states and private sources. California Sea Grant is administered by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego.
Russian River Coho Salmon Monitoring - SGEP Advisor Paul Olin and staff operate an ongoing monitoring program for coho salmon in the Russian River basin to document in-stream survival of juvenile coho, outmigration of smolts, and returns of adult fish. Efforts are primarily focused on monitoring for the Russian River Coho Salmon Captive Broodstock Program and activities are concentrated on historic coho streams in the southern portion of the watershed in western Sonoma County.
Scripps Institution of Oceanography - Scripps Institution of Oceanography is one of the oldest, largest, and most important centers for ocean and earth science research, education,and public service in the world. Research at Scripps Institution of Oceanography encompasses physical, chemical, biological, geological, and geophysical studies of the oceans and earth.
Seafood Network Information Center – The Seafood Network Information Center (SeafoodNIC) was launched in 1997 by the seafood technology unit of the University of California Sea Grant Extension Program in cooperation with California Sea Grant College Program; University of California, Davis Department of Food Science and Technology; and the UC Agriculture and Natural Resources. One of the world's first seafood technology network information centers, SeafoodNIC is a portal to Internet resources addressing seafood safety and quality information needs of seafood processors, inspectors, researchers, importers, and food educators.