California Current: Projects

Below are links to current projects by CCIEA scientists that employ elements of the IEA framework. These projects exemplify some of the analytical tools designed to support an ecosystem-based approach to management in the California Current and serve a wide range of stakeholders, managers, and other end users.

Ocean waves

Future Seas

A Physics-to-fisheries management strategy evaluation for the California Current System

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California Current Marine Heatwave Tracker

An experimental tool for tracking marine heatwaves

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Dynamic ocean management

Dynamic Ocean Management

A tool for optimizing ecological and economic sustainability

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Ecological Risk Assessment

Prioritization tool to support California fisheries management

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Ocean Acidification

Risk to food webs and fisheries

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Multi-model Inference

Strengthening our understanding of food webs in the California Current

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J-SCOPE Seasonal Forecasts

Forecasts of ocean conditions relevant to fisheries management, protected species and ecosystem health

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Coastal Communities

Fishery participation in a changing climate

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West Coast Sanctuaries

Applying the IEA framework to support marine resource management

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Coastal Renewable Energy Development

Capturing energy from the motion of the ocean in a crowded sea

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