Forgotten History: Submarines in Los Angeles Harbor
August 7, 2020

By Geraldine Knatz Ph.D. Figure 1:USS R-7 Submarine, launched in 1919, on maneuvers with Palos Verdes Hills in the background. After construction of the San Pedro breakwater was completed in 1912, Los Angeles outer harbor  was used to support U.S. …

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AltaSea Signs Agreement to Work With Scripps, UCSD
August 3, 2020

By Coco Huang | August 3, 2020 | Los Angeles Business Journal | Link AltaSea is building out a 35-acre campus in San Pedro under a 50-year lease with the Port of L.A. AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles, a nonprofit …

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Deep Ocean Studies Unlock Hidden Secrets
July 31, 2020

In spite of social distancing and quarantining requirements of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, scientists from Geoscience Australia, the University of Sydney, and the Queensland Museum, led ­by Dr. Robin Beaman of James Cook University, have succeeded in conducting unprecedented coral …

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Collaboration with World Resources Institute (WRI) and California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) to combat climate change and protect the ocean
July 24, 2020

Cover Art: Recipe for Action (still). PSA animation: Yoo Jung Hong. Graphic design: Makena Janssen. Courtesy of the artists.   The ocean is the life source of our planet and vital for healthy human societies and a thriving world economy. Over-fishing, marine pollution, …

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How to Create an Ocean-Friendly Garden
July 20, 2020

By Todd Michaels Not sure how our ocean and our lives are connected? The sea is our lifeline, producing more than half the world’s oxygen and absorbing 50 times more carbon dioxide than our atmosphere. It provides renewable energy as …

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