• Improved Polar Data Access and Communication

    This effort will improve communication capacity of the polar science community. It will help bring real-world datasets, models, and simulations into the classroom and make scientific data from the poles and information about polar research widely available and useful to various audiences.

  • Kelp Forest Hydrodynamics in Restored Kelp Forests in Palos Verdes

    This project not only informs us how nearshore landscapes change as a foundation species is being restored, but also quantifies the ecosystem services of giant kelp via wave attenuation and storm protection in Southern California. The results of this study may lead to the development of climate change mitigation strategies.