New! CCFRP research featured in
Magazine's Winter 2012 edition!
2012 CCFRP Volunteer Angler Newsletter
5 Years of Data Collected!!!
Our team has spent 4,855 hours catching 32,858 fishes
CCFRP Awarded CA Sea Grant/OPC Funding: Improving Fisheries Management Using Collaborative Research
Keys to Success in Collaborative Fishing: Utilizing Fishermen Knowledge
Collaborative Fisheries Research Overview & Data Analysis
Cal Poly Researchers Investigate Cabezon Site Fidelity: Staying Close to Home
VISION: SLOSEA's vision is a healthy, resilient coastal ecosystem that provides for thriving and interacting populations of plant, animal and human communities.
SCOPE: The SLOSEA study area includes the Morro Bay Estuary and the nearshore coast and watersheds from Cape San Martin to Point Conception. Please click here to find a map of SLOSEA's scope along California's Central Coast.
ORIGIN: SLOSEA was established to link research at the Cal Poly Center for Coastal Marine Sciences (CCMS) to marine resource management and policy decisions along California's central coast by using a collaborative ecosystem-based approach.