Feeling the Squeeze: A GIS Analysis of Rocky Intertidal Habitats
Rocky intertidal habitat is located at the land sea interface and supports a unique variety of species. In southern California, often these habitats are closely backed by existing developments such as homes and businesses. Based on the most recent sea level rise projections, these rocky intertidal habitats are in danger of disappearing in a process...
Impacts of Kelp Forests on Ocean Acidification in Santa Monica Bay
Research suggests that as humans continue releasing carbon dioxide into our atmosphere our oceans are changing in ways that may drastically affect marine life.
Can large algal blooms associated with eutrophication and microbial respiration lead to estuarine acidification in Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve?
La Kretz Center Graduate Research / Stunt Ranch Reserve Grants 2015-2016