At the Center for Ocean Solutions, Dr. Steven Bograd is a member of the “Climate Change and Pelagic Predators” and “Patterns, Drivers and Consequences of Coastal Hypoxia in the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem” Working Groups.
Larry Crowder is the science director at the Center for Ocean Solutions (COS). He is also a professor of biology at Hopkins Marine Station and a senior fellow at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, both part of Stanford University.Previously, he was the Stephen Toth Professor of Marine Biology at Duke University.
Rod Fujita is a visiting fellow with the Center for Ocean Solutions, working on Marine Spatial Planning, managing for ecosystem resilience, characterization and control of cumulative impacts, and the development of markets for unpriced ecosystem services.
In her role as program manager of the Fisheries Leadership & Sustainability Forum, Kimberly strives to promote healthy
oceans and fisheries through supporting the US fishery management process and
building capacity among decision makers.
Lucie Hazen joined COS in
February 2011 as a research analyst where she works with Science Director Larry Crowder
to build COS’s science vision. To
date, she has focused on coordinating COS interdisciplinary working groups and co-organized
the COS Ocean Policy course in summer 2011.
John N. (“Jack”) Kittinger is an early career fellow with a background as a human geographer and coastal ecologist with
broad interests in understanding and advancing solutions to complex problems that face society and the ocean
Rebecca Martone is the program lead for COS's Ecosystem Health focal area where she works to integrate natural and social science with policy and management to inform solutions supporting healthy and resilient coastal and marine ecosystems. An empirical ecologist, Rebecca's work has focused on ecosystem-based management and ecosystem services research.