A new paper by Hassrick et al. in the journal Fisheries Oceanography investigates what influences the distribution and abundance of juvenile Chinook salmon in California...
Farallon Institute scientists Bill Sydeman and Sarah Ann Thompson have a new paper published in Science Magazine today.
Bill was interviewed for an online Q&A article by The Pew Charitable Trusts titled "Ocean Champion: Q&A with Bill Sydeman".
Farallon Institute researchers have been working to study and describe the recent collapse of the California anchovy population.
The Farallon Institute for Advanced Ecosystem Research is pleased to announce its selection as an award recipient in the Google Impact Challenge: Bay Area,
FI Scientists Julie Thayer and Amber Szoboszlai presented results of their research at the American Fisheries Society annual meeting
FI Scientist, Mike Litzow, has earned a Ph.D. in Marine Ecology from the University of Tasmania in Australia
Julie Thayer and Amber Szoboszlai presented research on predator consumption of forage species at the American Fisheries Society Conference, in Portland, Oregon
Sardine Working Group organized by the Ocean Modeling Forum, and their final meeting took place in Seattle, WA, on June 29-30
Paper describing methods for acoustic surveys of deep-sea fishes
FI researcher Pete Davison was featured in two recent articles in The New York Times about deep-sea fish.
Study in the journal Marine Ecology Progress Series describing krill aggregations in the California Current.
Workshop held at Scripps Institute for Oceanography on May 2015.
Collaborators from NOAA's Environmental Research Division (ERD) and Farallon Institute met in April 2015
March marks the beginning of seabird breeding season on Alcatraz Island
New project that will compare the California and Benguela Current Ecosystems.
Dr. Jeff Dorman is the new Executive Director of Farallon Institute
Two new papers by Farallon Institute scientists in a special issue of Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
New article explores demographic responses between seabirds and prey availability
Research featured in the September issue of the IMBER Update Newsletter