Op-ed series puts SF State marine science in the spotlight

Two purple and green anemones in shallow water
The aggregating anemone is at risk in warming waters. (Photo by Dan Hossfeld)

At the Estuary and Ocean Science (EOS) Center in Tiburon, San Francisco State University faculty and students tackle the toughest issues facing the Bay, from toxic algae blooms to whales tangled in fishing gear. Now EOS researchers are bringing this science to the public through an ongoing series in the San Francisco Examiner.

“Communicating to the public what we do as scientists is an important responsibility,” said Research Professor of Biology William Cochlan, who organized the series. It’s “a perfect opportunity for us to share with the public what we do in the SF Bay area, and how the discoveries we make at the EOS Center may affect them and their environment.”

Read more on the SF State News site.