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The winter weather is upon us and the fishery biologists are busy with their computers, compiling lasts year’s harvest and make projections for the coming year.  Numbers are still very preliminary for CDFW, who are not yet on an ...

Attention HASA members: Lowell Wallace and family of W&W Sporting Goods located at 4300 Broadway St, Eureka, CA 95503 is retiring, and they will be liquidating the store with great prices and will be closing at the end of the ... ...

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Nice one on the Russian River.Congratulations go out to Gabe Nelson with this monster Russian River Steelhead! Way to go buddy!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Capsized fishing vessel out of Coos. All 3 crabbers were rescued and are recovering. ... See MoreSee Less

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Explore North Coast and the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center as co-sponsors invites the public to their Lecture Series featuring Dr. Brian Tissot, director of HSU’s Marine Laboratory. He will present the results of five years of underwater surveys of the North Coast that examine kelp forest ecosystems and the effects of sea urchins on the community, including abalone and fishes. Sea urchin barrens are a global phenomenon often linked to marine heat waves. Through an examination of long-term ecosystem and oceanographic date, Tissot will evaluate north coast kelp forest health and future prospects.

Dr. Brian Tissot is a marine ecologist with experience conducting research in intertidal zone, kelp forest, coral reef, and deep-sea ecosystems. He is focused on scientific research that improves the understanding and management of marine ecosystems. In collaboration with local communities, State, and Federal agencies, and a variety of other organizations, he develops and implements innovative solutions to marine resource issues.

The lecture is scheduled for Monday, January 13th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, 921 Waterfront Drive, Eureka, Admission is free.

For more information e-mail info@explorenorthcoast.net
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