The Coastal Ecosystems Institute of Northern California (CEINC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and interpreting coastal ecosystem science along California’s north coast to ensure vibrant and resilient coastal ecosystems and communities. Formed in 2011, CEINC coordinates the Humboldt Bay Initiative (HBI) and provides nonprofit administration for collaborative projects throughout the north coast to advance communication, collaboration, and conservation through applied science and promoting ecosystem-based management.
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is now live here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-humboldt-bay-symposium-tickets-56629694942?aff=escb&janus_fv=exp_eb_86972_related_events_v2%3DA Note: We are offering free registration for a small number of student volunteers (student ID will be checked). In exchange for helping for one morning or afternoon, these student volunteers will receive free admission (including lunch) for both days of the Symposium. These volunteer registrations are listed by date and Read more.
The 2019 Humboldt Bay Symposium is a community-oriented conference focused on research and restoration of coastal ecosystems, and sustainable use and enjoyment of Humboldt Bay and the surrounding region. The event will be held on April 11-12, 2019 at the Wharfinger Building in Eureka, and will feature 2 days of presentations and a poster session. Read more.
Humboldt Bay Initiative General Meeting, Friday, May 16, 2015, 9:00 – 11:00 am MEETING NOTES HBI General Meeting Notes May 15, 2015, 9-11am at USFWS Presentation: Dedication of instream flows – Mad River Climate Change Refugia Aldaron Laird, Vice-President, Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District Summary of the Districts effort to dedicate a portion of their Read more.
Humboldt Bay Initiative & Pacific Coast Joint Venture Meeting, Thursday, February 26, 2015, 9:00 – 11:00 am MEETING NOTES Presentation: The Developing Network of Blue Carbon Activities: Why We Should Consider the Humboldt Bay – Eel River, by Dr. Steve Crooks, Climate Change Services Director, ESA. Contact: *protected email* Dr. Crooks presented an overview of blue carbon activities, technical Read more.
The California Sea Grant College Program is now soliciting preliminary proposals for projects to begin February 1, 2016. Faculty and academic staff from universities and scientists from research institutions throughout California are invited to apply. California Sea Grant continues to focus on the following integrated themes (or Strategic Focus Areas) of Healthy Coastal and Marine Read more.