America's Unmanaged Territories: Its Extended Territorial Sea and it's Exclusive Economic Zone

Using Geography as a Management Tool: The National Ocean Service San Francisco Bay Project and Pacific Coast Program

Bridging the Gap Between Science and the Public Interest

The Need for New Coastal Legislation

Public and Private Rights Where the Land Meets the Sea

Recent Developments in Ocean Outfalls

An Ocean Outfall as an Artificial Reef: Impacts to the Benthic Environment and a Balanced Indigenous Population

Currents of Santa Monica Bay

State-of-the-Art Design of Ocean Outfall Diffuser Systems

Public Participation in Managing California's Ocean Resources: The Role of the Public in Governance Affecting Coastal and Offshore Resources

Effectiveness of Marine Life Refuges on Southern California Shores

Governing a Community at the Edge of the Ocean

The Santa Barbara Channel-Santa Maria Basin Circulation Study

Wind Forcing of the Ocean Circulation in the Santa Barbara Channel and the Santa Maria Basin

The Surface Circulation in the Santa Barbara Channel Observed with Drifters and Current Meters

Results of the Coastal Waves Meteorological Project: Analysis of the Santa Barbara Channel Data

Will Global Change Affect Planktonic Productivity?

A Ten-Year Summary of Ocean Monitoring on the San Pedro Shelf, California

Ocean Benefits of Healthy Riparian Systems

Review of California's Marine Bacterial Standards

 

 

 

 

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