Long Beach Channel Islands

CSULB’s Ryan Freedman Named 2014 California Sea Grant State Fellow

Ryan Freedman Ryan Freedman Ocean tidal flow has improved at Huntington Beach seashore wetlands thanks to several restoration projects in recent years, but just how much those efforts are benefiting sea life is one focus of California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) marine biologists.

Port Access Route Study Examines Ship Traffic Around Long Beach

418611 The Coast Guard has completed a Port Access Route Study evaluating the vessel traffic lanes of ship approaches to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, as well as the Santa Barbara Channel. While the study is complete, the formal process of changing the traffic lanes is not yet final.

Annual NOAA Day at the Aquarium of the Pacific Returns Saturday Nov. 19th

Annual NOAA Day at the Aquarium of the Pacific What weather conditions should we be preparing for…tsunamis, wildfires, heat waves, floods, hurricanes, blizzards? A newly launched polar-orbiting satellite will help the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) save lives and protect property as it captures data from the Earth’s land, oceans, and atmosphere.

Painter David Gallup Depicts the Channel Islands in Art Exhibit at the Aquarium

David Gallup art exhibit at the Aquarium An exhibit of works by plein air artist David Gallup will be on display at the Aquarium of the Pacific later this month. The Aquarium of the Pacific is exhibiting several impressionist paintings of the Channel Islands by artist David Gallup now through September 23, 2011.

Coast Guardsmen Go Bald for St. Baldrick’s to Support Cancer Research

coast guard st baldricks cancer research Coast guardsmen lined up to shave their heads to support cancer research. Crewmembers from Coast Guard Station Channel Islands Harbor, the Coast Guard Cutter Blacktip, and several members of the Coast Guard Auxiliary gathered to shave their heads in support of the National St.

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