The Center For Ocean Solutions Research
March 2017

Stanford biologists identify ancient stress response in corals

Monitoring a newly discovered group of genes in coral could predict when they are under stress and might bleach. The approach could improve conservation strategies for at-risk coral reefs.
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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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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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Photo: Dan Griffin

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May 4, 2016

Stephen Palumbi joins National Academy of Sciences

Congratulations to Stephen Palumbi, member of our advisory council and affiliated researcher, on his election to the National Academy of Sciences. We are excited to see him participate in such an influential organization. Photo: Dan Griffin.

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Oregon State University Ocean acidification oyster larvae

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April 4, 2016

Leading ocean scientists recommend action plan to combat changes to sea water chemistry

Ali Boehm, Stanford Woods Senior Fellow, COS affiliated researcher and member of our science advisory committee, spotlights regional actions to combat ocean acidification in a press release and report on major findings from the West Coast Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Science Panel. Photo: Oregon State University. Source: Eurekalert.

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