Deceiving the Naked Eye: Marine Invasive Species

Guest blog by Adam Obaza – Paua Marine Research Group Invasive species can have nasty effects on local ecosystems. Disturbingly, increased commerce and travel have led to an exponential increase in species introductions. […]

Smarter Water Town Hall Packs the House in Culver City

Local Water Experts Expose Shortcomings of Proposed Ocean Desalination Plant and Highlight Alternatives LOS ANGELES, May 12, 2017—Culver City residents and other engaged community members convened at the Veterans Memorial Building last […]

Seizing the Moment with the SuperSucker

Authored by Ian Jacobson, LAW’s Dive Program Manager Winter diving can be tough—and this year was no exception, with all of the storms that drenched LA. Luckily, they brought much-needed rain, but […]

Cross-County Community Science: LAW Trains MPA Collaborative Partner at Crystal Cove

LAW has been monitoring LA County’s mainland Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) from our boat since the areas were designated in 2012. Joining the MPA Collaborative network of land-based MPA Watch programs, LAW […]

Dive Team Heads Underwater to Begin its Investigation of Controlling Invasive Species

LA Waterkeeper’s scientific divers plunge into the Palos Verdes Peninsula to survey plots for algae removal LOS ANGELES, November 23, 2016— Today, marine watchdog group Los Angeles Waterkeeper alerts all beachgoers and […]

Back in the Water: LAW Divers Hunt Alien Seaweed

What we’re seeing and how we plan to remove it! Author: Ian Jacobson, Dive Program Coordinator LA Waterkeeper’s Dive Program has had a busy year. We’ve undergone a total transformation—shifting our focus […]

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