Ocean’s Role in Sustainable Food Production
16th + 17th September 2019 UC Davis campus
Sustainable Oceans hosts two panels of UC Davis faculty on ocean sustainability and interdisciplinary research
13 September 2018
Sustainable Oceans will launch its first course this Fall Quarter!
6 September 2018
This week in Nature
Sustainability. It’s what’s for dinner.
Want to know why Jackson is sitting in front of a bunch of things that clearly are not fish? Check out the very cool details.
Director of Training Activities: apply now
15 February 2018
If you hold a PhD in an appropriate discipline and want to make a different in preparing a new generation of graduate students in addressing challenges in sustainable marine resources, please considering applying for the position of Director of Training Activities for the Sustainable Oceans NRT.
We’re looking for someone with Ph.D. degree in Ecology, Resource Economics, Marine Science/Policy, or a related field, and prior experience in planning and conducting research in coastal and ocean science and/or science education. Ideal candidates also should have professional experience or knowledge of the science-policy interface, willingness to understand the latest concepts and techniques in ecosystem-based fisheries management, a working knowledge of experimental design, statistical analysis, data management, and decision-making under uncertainty, and experience in publishing original research in coastal and ocean science and/or related fields, and in preparing grant proposals.
To find out more about the position and to apply, please go to https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF02044
For full consideration, please apply by 12 March 2018.
Marissa Baskett honored
25 January 2018
Sustainable Oceans trainer Marissa Baskett has been named a UC Davis Chancellor’s Fellow — awarded annually to a handful of faculty — in recognition of her work in fisheries management and outreach to fisheries advisory groups. Congratulations!
Fall 2017 CAES Outlook
The current issue of the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences magazine, Outlook. focuses on marine resources and sustainability. You can read articles on Bodega Marine Lab, BML research on white abalone restoration, marine resources, and more in the online edition.