Marine fisheries and coastal communities around the world are experiencing increasing rates of change and uncertainty generated by climate change, global markets, and other large-scale processes. Understanding how these local systems can anticipate, adapt, and respond to change requires interdisciplinary science, novel research frameworks and techniques, and direct engagement with local communities on the ground. Elena Finkbeiner shares her academic trajectory and research experience in the social-ecological sciences, exploring topics such as sustainability, resilience, collective action, and well-being in small-scale fisheries of the California Current. For more information and to register, click here.
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Over the past several years, MARINE has offered a multitude of events and activities.Go to Past Events >
MARINE (Monterey Area Research Institutions' Network for Education) provides professional development opportunities to prepare future ocean leaders for interdisciplinary real world problem-solving. MARINE is a collaboration between The Center for Ocean Solutions and seven Monterey Bay area academic campuses.
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MARINE offers graduate students professional development opportunities based in communication, collaboration and innovation.View More >
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MARINE shares career and internship opportunities in ocean and environmental science, policy, education, and communication.Go To MARINE Jobs >
MARINE works to connect graduate students with career opportunities through a variety of career resources.View More >
COS works to create sharable workshop and course curriculum from our leadership development activities for use by our partners, collaborators, and other education programs.View More >
"Passport" hopes to illuminate MOUs between Monterey area institutions allowing graduate students to register for courses at different campuses in the region.View More >
MARINE's Wicked Problems course series focuses on current issues facing the world's oceansView More >
Every other summer, MARINE runs a two-week crash course on ocean policy.View More >