Golden Gate MPA Collaborative

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Monitoring and Teaching in our Marine Protected Areas Using the Trident ROV

September 28th, 2018|

Shark Stewards and the Golden Gate Marine Protected Area Collaborative are monitoring our coastal marine protected areas under our vessel based MPA watch program. On Sunday September 8, we took 15 students from the Masters of Science in Environmental Management Program at the University of San Francisco out onto the Gulf collecting  samples, observing and collecting [...]

Berkeley Bay Festival

April 14th, 2018|

Join Shark Stewards and our Golden Gate MPA Alliance celebrating the ocean and educating on sharks and marine protection. 

Third Annual Citizen Science for Conservation in Southern California Symposium (CSCSCS)

March 24th, 2018|

We will be presenting on use of the OpenROV Trident as a Citizen Science monitoring tool in Marine Protected Areas.

Underwater Parks Day- Join Shark Stewards!

January 21st, 2018|

Celebrate our underwater parks and the California Life Marine Protection Act with Shark Stewards as part of the Golden Gate MPA Collaborative.

The Golden Gate MPA Collaborative and the San Francisco Bay

January 12th, 2018|

Shark Stewards is a leading partner of the Golden Gate Marine Protected Area Collaborative Network, whose mission is to help communicate the importance of Marine Protected Areas along the San Francisco and Marin shorelines and assist fishermen to comply with the regulations under the Marine Life Protection Act. The MPA Watch program is reaching coastal residents and visitors, [...]

Shark Sanctuary, Marine Protected Areas of the Golden Gate

January 1st, 2016|

 Protecting sharks and the Entire Ecosystem. The San Francisco Bay is an important and complex ecological system whose influence extends from the Sierra to the Sea.  In the past century, the Bay has undergone dramatic change. Nearly 95 % of wetlands habitat have been impacted.  Dredging, pollution and toxic runoff have impacted marine life and overfishing is [...]

Shark News, April 2015

April 6th, 2015|

After two months in Asia, it is good to be home. I've just returned from a National Geographic Explorer's Grant-funded Expedition in Laos. There are no sharks in Laos, but there are freshwater rays, and the real goal of this expedition, to locate and document the endangered Chinese Swamp Cypress. Our team found hundreds of this rare [...]