The Center For Ocean Solutions Research
March 2017

Micheli and Leape appointed to lead Stanford’s Center for Ocean Solutions

Conservation leader Jim Leape and Hopkins Marine Station ecologist and Biology Professor Fiorenza Micheli, both from Stanford University, have been appointed to jointly lead Stanford’s Center for Ocean Solutions (COS), effective April 1.
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Story

May 25, 2016

Emerging solution: Sustainable small scale fisheries

Small-scale fisheries comprise the vast majority of fishing employment in the global supply chain making them critical to the livelihoods of millions of people. With the support of the Walton Family Foundation, the Center for Ocean Solutions is working to improve the sustainability of small scale fisheries by creating a decision support tool for managers, practitioners and funders.

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Story

May 25, 2016

Bringing Spatial Data to Life with Story Mapping

COS staff members Lisa Wedding and Winn McEnery recently co-led a series of workshops with Mimi D’iorio (NOAA) and Nadine Golden (USGS) to teach the basics of Story Mapping, an innovative platform that combines map data visualization with narrative text, images, and multimedia. 

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Story

May 25, 2016

Two new early career fellows join the COS team

We are pleased to welcome two new early career fellows to the COS team: Collin Closek as our new early career science fellow, and Jesse Reiblich as our new early career law and policy fellow. Their expertise will continue the efforts on our eDNA and coastal adaptation projects.

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Story

May 23, 2016

Newly Released Report: Marine and Coastal Impacts of Ocean Desalination in California

After an Uncommon Dialogue, a cross-sector discussion on desalination, the Center and its collaborators are excited to release our new report.

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