On June 11, the twenty-five students in this year’s Master of Advanced Studies in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation presented their capstone reports.
- Diving Local, Thinking Global: Can Dive Professionals Contribute to Climate Change Literacy?
- When the Water Comes, Where Does the Money Go? An Economic Analysis of Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding in Long Beach, CA
- Breathing Deep: Examining Shortfin Mako and Blue Shark Movements in Relation to the Southern California Bight oxygen minimum zone
- Illegal fishing, seafood slavery, satellites, and international treaties: Tracking refrigerated cargo vessels to inform the FAO’s Agreement on Port State Measures
- Key Conservation: Empowering Hope. A Mobile Platform for the Scientific Community to Engage in Global Conservation Solutions
- Big Fish in a Small Plate: A Bigeye’s Journey Toward a Head-to-Tail Utilization in San Diego
- And more!
If you missed the event, the recordings will be posted when they are available on the CMBC Youtube channel