The Center For Ocean Solutions Research
November 2017

Big Ocean Data and Decision Making

Where: Ingersoll 122, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA When: Tuesday, Dec 12, 2017
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May 3, 2011

"Small fry" fish just as vulnerable to population plunges as sharks and tuna, Stanford researchers say

News Source: Stanford News Service.  Stanford researchers Milan Pinsky and Dr. Stephen Palumbi discovered that sardines, anchovies and other small fishes are at an equal or greater risk of suffering a collapse as large fishes such as sharks and tuna.

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May 3, 2011

Overfishing Hits All Creatures Great and Small

News Source: Nature.com.  Stanford researchers Milan Pinsky and Dr. Stephen Palumbi discovered that small fishes such as anchovies and sardines are equally or even more vulnerable to population collapse as large fishes such as tuna and sharks.

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May 2, 2011

'Small Fry' Fish Just as Vulnerable to Population Plunges as Sharks or Tuna

News Source: PhysOrg.  According to Stanford researchers Milan Pinsky and Dr. Stephen Palumbi, small fishes such as anchovies and sardines are equally or even more likely to be vulnerable to population collapse than large fishes such as shark and tuna.

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April 22, 2011

To a Stanford Scientist, the Oceans Tell an Alarming Story about Climate

News Source: The Independent.  Stanford professor and Management Committee member at Center for Ocean Solutions, Robert Dunbar, recounts his research and discoveries about projected climate change.

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