Welcome CMBC Alumni! The Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation’s MAS-MBC and Ph.D. training programs were established in 2004.  More than 300 students have received their degrees and are transferring their interdisciplinary education into influential positions across many fields that help to preserve our marine and other natural resources. We are most proud of the variety of areas in which … Read More

Alumni News

    Ross Cooper (MAS 2019) 2020 California Sea Grant Fellow with California State Water Resources Control Board – Office of Information Management and Analysis.  He’ll be working with the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP) to characterize environmental and biological factors in various waterways   Mark Danielson (MAS 2019)  2020 California Sea Grant Fellow with California State Lands Commission- … Read More

Alumni Publications

” A rising tide: California’s ongoing commitment to monitoring, managing and enforcing its marine protected areas” Tyler Hee and Samantha Murray, 2015, Ocean and Coastal Management “Climate change impacts on mismatches between phytoplankton blooms and fish spawning phenology” Rebecca G. Asch et al. 2019 Global Change Biology “Factors influencing ‘Sea to School’ purchaes of local seafood products” Jeffrey K. O’Hara … Read More

Job Search Sites

Popular job boards: American Fisheries Society California State Government (Coastal Commission, State Parks, Coastal Conservancy, Ocean Protection Council, SF Bay Conservation and Development Commission, State Lands Commission, etc.) IUCN – SevenSeas Society for Conservation Biology Consultative Group on Biological Diversity EarthWorks – Oceanography, Paleooceanography, Marine & Coastal Science EURAXESS – European Jobs Environmental Green Jobs Network (NEW) = Multiple websites … Read More

Alumni Map

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