We are studying how Giant Sea Bass utilize marine protected areas (MPAs) and how they may interact with California fisheries in the Santa Barbara channel, principally in the northern Channel Islands.
We are monitoring the temporal movements of Giant Sea Bass off Catalina Island and throughout southern and Baja California through SCATTN.
The CSULB Shark Lab has been working with the Monterey Bay Aquarium to answer key questions about white shark conservation in the Northeast Pacific for the last 10 years.
The La Jolla Acoustic Array is currently being used to measure movement patterns of multiple marine species throughout the La Jolla kelp bed in San Diego, California.
This project examines the post-release survival and behavior of rockfishes released using descending devices.
Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary (CINMS) staff have deployed VR2W acoustic monitoring receivers around the Channel Islands as a part of the West Coast Observation Project.
This project examines the movements of kelp bass, barred sand bass, and California sheephead within the Wheeler North Artificial Reef (WNAR) off the coast of San Clemente, CA.