Farallon Institute's California Current Predator Diet Database (CCPDD) research has been released

August 14, 2015

Julie Thayer and Amber Szoboszlai are presenting research on predator consumption of forage species at the American Fisheries Society Conference, in Portland, Oregon, August 17-21.  Their research on California Current predators will be highlighted in a symposium on the challenges and successes of Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management.  The foundational source for these projects is the California Current Predator Diet Database (CCPDD), which is summarized in this infographic and detailed in their newly published paper in Ecological Informatics.  The data used for analysis in the project are archived and freely available for download at Data Dryad.