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  Reef Check California 2006-2011
Status of Rocky Reef Ecosystems in California 2006 – 2011
 
  The Reef Check California 2006 - 2011 report summarizes the data collected by Reef Check California Certified citizen scientists at 80 sites ranging from Humboldt to San Diego. The Executive Summary and report are available below for download.  
 

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Table of Contents

Tables and Figures

Executive Summary

Introduction

Reef Check California’s Approach

Volunteer Trainings and Survey Sites
Training, Volunteers and Internships
Monitoring Sites

Survey Results and Case Studies
California Kelp Forests
Statewide Abalone Abundance
Mystery Abalone and Invertebrate Die-off Along the Sonoma Coast
Rocky Reefs Since the 1970s
Regional Population Trends
Unusual Observations

Reef Check’s Role in the MPA Baseline Monitoring



Partners


Outreach and Media

Training and Data Collection Procedures
Survey Methods
Site Selection and Sampling Frequency
Selection of Target Species
Diver Training
Data Management and Nearshore Ecosystem Database

Conclusions

Funders

Acknowledgements

Literature cited

Appendix 1

Appendix 2

 
       
 

Reef Check California 2006-2007
Citizen Monitoring to Improve Marine Conservation

 
The Reef Check California 2006 - 2007 report summarizes the data collected by Reef Check California Certified citizen scientists at 48 sites ranging from Ft. Bragg to San Diego. The Executive Summary and report are available below for download.

Executive Summary (4 pages)

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Full report (36 pages)

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