The Center For Ocean Solutions Research
February 2018

Crowder and Finkbeiner new Q&A in Stanford News

Stanford COS collegues Larry Crowder and Elena Finkbeiner explain why innovative and interdisciplinary management solutions and policy frameworks across local, national and transboundary scales are essential for the success of Pacific Island communities under climate change conditions in new Stanford News Q&A.
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August 28, 2017

Center for Ocean Solutions hosts 2-week intensive Ocean Policy Course

Twenty-four bright and enthusiastic students from across the country descended upon Monterey in July for the fourth iteration of the MARINE (Monterey Area Research Institutions’ Network for Education) Ocean Policy Course.

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July 27, 2017

Announcing our 2016 Annual Report

Check out our 2016 Annual Report where you can learn about the positive and exciting projects we are working on to solve some of the ocean's most complicated challenges. 

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July 11, 2017

Ocean Tipping Points collaborative launches new science-based guide, tools and resources to support management of a changing ocean

Researchers and ocean managers working together on the Ocean Tipping Points Project have just launched a new website portal that provides concrete analytical tools, guidance and resources to help ocean managers predict and prevent the crossing of tipping points, or recover from ones already crossed, in order to keep ecosystems healthy and resilient.

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July 11, 2017

The Public Trust Doctrine: A Guiding Principle for Governing California's Coast Under Climate Change

California’s coastal bluffs may recede by as much 100 feet and extreme floods will become ever more common, according to recent studies. Communities are beginning to feel the pinch and coastal land managers are brainstorming how to address these extreme events and effects of California's dynamic coastline and sea level rise. To inform these efforts, a working group of coastal land use and public trust experts, convened by Stanford University’s Center for Ocean Solutions, has published a "Consensus Statement on the Public Trust Doctrine, Sea Level Rise, and Coastal Land Use in California."

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