We brought together leading experts in climatology, oceanography, aquatic ecology, and fisheries to share their knowledge about heatwaves and their impacts on biodiversity and dependent human communities.

New colony of Guadalupe fur seals discovered on El Farallón de San Ignacio Island, Gulf of California

Stable isotope analysis can peel back the curtain to give scientists a view of where fish spend their time, what they’ve been eating, and how they are interacting with other species.

Thirteen years of photo-identification data of killer whales observed in California and Oregon provide new insights into the distribution and population structure of mammal-eating killer whales in the eastern North Pacific Ocean.

United States of America lacks international reporting of recreational catches and fish discarded at sea, which may hinder proper ecosystem-based management efforts

The appointment is effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2026 with the possibility of an extension

"Anthropogenic stressors are reshaping our ocean – it’s not the same ocean we had 30 or 40 years ago. As academics we need to provide solutions, not just answers to questions."

A Paris Agreement type effort may be required to financing a sustainable global ocean economy that benefits society and businesses in both developing and developed countries.