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The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation - The Sharks of the Monterey Bay - Benthic Sharks
The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation - The Sharks of the Monterey Bay - Benthic Sharks Soupfin Shark - Galeorhinus Zyopterus Soupfins are recognizable by the pronounced spiracles behind each ... south of Pt conception there are important nursery areas in the San Francisco, Humbolt and Tomales bays. Historically regarded as California's #1 shark fishery there is a well established market ...
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Tomales Bay, north of San Fransisco. Amur River clam (Potamocor-bula amurensis), is the most abundant organism in many areas of the San Fransisco Bay. Hydrozoans, (Maeotias inexspectata & ... outcome that has affected, and will continue to affect, the ecology of the entire bay. San Francisco Bay is not the only American body of water now inhabited by alien invaders. ...
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Marin Agricultural Land Trust
Tomales Bay were just some of the ideas being proposed for the future of western Marin County ...
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Marin Agricultural Land Trust
Taste oysters fresh from Tomales Bay while enjoying great views. Eat your own lunch or pre-order a made-in-Marin lunch from Tomales Bay Foods with your registration. Afterwards, ... more) TOMALES BAY OYSTER COMPANY, BIVALVE DAIRY & POINT REYES VINEYARDS Thursday, September 11 Learn all about oyster farming on a tour of Tomales Bay Oyster Company. Taste oysters grown in the bay while ...
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Exotics Guide
Birch Bay in northern Puget Sound [collected in the early 1950s], and in Humboldt Bay [collected in 1932], Bodega Harbor [collected in 1968], Tomales Bay [collected in the 1920s-1930s] and Bolinas Lagoon [collected in the 1920s or earlier] in California. In San Francisco Bay, ...
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Exotics Guide
Bay [by 1953], Neah Bay [by 1953] Oregon: Newport [reported in 1977], near Coos Bay [collected in 1947] California: Crescent City [collected in 1963], Humboldt Bay [collected in 1965], Tomales Bay, San Francisco Bay ...
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Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association :: Volunteer
Volunteers have been monitoring at Bolinas Lagoon and Tomales Bay where low tides create islets in the shallow waters. These refuges are vital to the ...
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Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association :: Volunteer :: SEALS Program
Bolinas Lagoon and Tomales Bay. The qualities that make Bolinas Lagoon and Tomales Bay so beneficial to the seals are also attractions for humans. Clean ...
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American Farmland Trust: Steward of the Land - Winners - 1998
Bill Straus in 1950 and moved to his dairy farm on the Tomales Bay in Marin County. The Straus Family Creamery, the first organic dairy and creamery west of ...
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The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation - The Sharks of the Monterey Bay - Estuarine Sharks
The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation - The Sharks of the Monterey Bay - Estuarine Sharks Brown Smoothhound - Mustelus Henlei While the range of the brown smoothhound extends from ... the Gulf of California and is considered common only north of Monterey bay with historically abundant populations in San Francisco, Tomales and Humbolt bays. Brown smoothies or brownies look very similar to ...
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