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Commercial and recreational fishing have always been important to Southern California's economy and as a local source of protein for southern California residents. Fisheries science continues to be an important way to understand fish biology and ecology, which helps managers sustainably manage catch limitations, seasons and gear.
Research and Outreach Projects
- The Effects of Barotrauma on Catch and Release Survivorship of Nearshore and Shelf Rockfishes in Southern California (Lowe)
- Site Fidelity and Depth Preference of Nearshore Reef Fishes (Lowe)
- The Impact of Intense Recreational Fishing Pressure on Spawning Aggregations of Barred Sand Bass (Paralabrax Nebulifer) Off The Los Angeles Metropolitan Area (Allen)
Funding OpportunitiesClick here to learn about funding opportunities through USC Sea Grant.
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National Focus AreaSafe and Sustainable Seafood
Healthy Coastal Ecosystems