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Central Coast Needs a Marine Sanctuary, David Georgi

The following articles by Carol Georgi and Karl Kempton explore different aspects of a marine sanctuary off central California’s coast.

The articles were first published in the SLO Coast Journal. However, the SLO Coast Journal Website is no longer available. We are in the process of recovering the articles. Until complete recovery, some links to articles may not be active.

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Slo Coast Journal, April, 2010 – San Luis Obispo County and National Marine Sanctuaries

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Slo Coast Journal, May, 2010 – Coastal Ecosystems and Marine Sanctuaries

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Slo Coast Journal, June, 2010 – Oil Drilling and Marine Sanctuaries

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Slo Coast Journal, July, 2010 – Big Oil’s Gifts Keep on Giving Legacy of Oil Contamination Shows the Need for a Marine Sanctuary

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Slo Coast Journal, August, 2010 – Marine Sanctuary Possibilities for SLO Central Coast and President Obama’s National Ocean Policy

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Slo Coast Journal, September, 2010 – Core Area One of the Proposed Marine Sanctuary Expansion Santa Lucia Bank, Santa Lucia Escarpment, Arguello Canyon and the Persistent Upwelling between Point Conception and Point Sal

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Slo Coast Journal, October, 2010 – Core Areas 2, 3, and 4 of the Proposed Marine Sanctuary Expansion

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Slo Coast Journal, November, 2010 – Core Areas 5 and 6 of the Proposed Marine Sanctuary Expansion Coastal and Nearshore Core Areas from Point San Luis to Santa Rosa Creek

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Slo Coast Journal, December 2010 – Nonylphenol is Polluting the Water in Morro Bay and other Coastal Areas

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Slo Coast Journal, January, 2011 – Microcystin is Polluting the Water in Monterey Bay and other Central Coastal Areas, Killing 21 Sea Otters

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Slo Coast Journal, February, 2011 – Precious Water and The Cycle of Insanity, Part I

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Slo Coast Journal, March, 2011 – Precious Water and The Cycle of Insanity, Part II Agricultural Toxins are Polluting Ground Water and the Ocean

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Slo Coast Journal, April, 2011 – SLO’s Godzilla: Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant (DCNPP)

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Slo Coast Journal, May, 2011 – Proposed: Marine Sanctuary Expansion or Marine National Monument Part I, Santa Lucia Bank, Santa Lucia Escarpment, Arguello Canyon and the Persistent Upwelling between Point Conception and Point Sal “Core Area One”

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Slo Coast Journal, June, 2011 – Proposed: Marine Sanctuary Expansion or Marine National Monument Part II, The Rodriguez Seamount, part of the Santa Lucia Bank Area Santa Lucia Bank, Santa Lucia Escarpment, Arguello Canyon and the Persistent Upwelling between Point Conception and Point Sal “Core Area One”

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Slo Coast Journal, July, 2011 – California Coastal National Monument Working in Coordination with National Marine Sanctuaries

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Slo Coast Journal, August, 2011 – Yak Tityu Tityu, Northern Chumash, and the Chumash: A General Overview: Part One

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Slo Coast Journal, Sept., 2011 – Yak Tityu Tityu, Northern Chumash, and the Chumash: A General Overview: Part Two, Section A

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SLO Coast Journal, Oct., 2011 – Yak Tityu Tityu, Northern Chumash, and the Chumash: A General Overview: Part Two, Section B

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Slo Coast Journal, Nov., 2011 – Central Coast National Marine Sanctuary Possibilities

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Slo Coast Journal, Dec., 2011 – Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant  Needlessly Kills Marine Life and Harms the Local Fishing Industry

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Slo Coast Journal, Jan., 2012 – Kelp Forest Ecosystems: Ocean Habitat Feature of Local, National, and International Significance

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Slo Coast Journal, Feb., 2012 – Proposal For Protecting Local Fishing Fleet: Create a Heritage Fishing Area

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Slo Coast Journal, Mar., 2012 – Wetlands of the California Central Coast Habitats worth protecting with National Marine Sanctuary Designation

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Slo Coast Journal, April, 2012 – Rocky Intertidal Habitats of the California Central Coast Habitats worth protecting with National Marine Sanctuary Designation

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Slo Coast Journal, May, 2012 – Kelp Forest Ecosystems of the California Central CoastHabitats Worth Protecting With National Marine Sanctuary Designation

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Slo Coast Journal, June, 2012 – Concerns and Risks of PG&E’s Proposed Central Coastal California Seismic Imaging Project

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Slo Coast Journal, July, 2012 – California’s Network of Marine Protected Areas Focus: California Central Coast Marine Protected Areas

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Slo Coast Journal, August, 2012 – California’s Network of Marine Protected Areas Focus California Central Coast Marine Protected Areas, Part II Marine Protected Areas in San Luis Obispo County  

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Slo Coast Journal, September, 2012 – PG&E’s Seismic Tests Will Destroy Whales & Fishing

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Slo Coast Journal, October, 2012 – PG&E’s Proposed Acoustic Seismic Testing Off the California’s Central Coast Should Be Denied

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Slo Coast Journal, November, 2012 – False Assumptions in PG&E’s Proposed Seismic Surveys

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Slo Coast Journal, December, 2012 – California Coastal Commission Denied Permit for PG&E’s High Energy Seismic Survey & PG&E’s Low Energy Seismic Surveys Need to be Investigated

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Slo Coast Journal, January, 2013 – Needed Actions by California State Lands Commission: Suspend all Geophysical Survey Permits Investigate PG&E’s Five Years of Seismic Testing Investigate Geophysical Survey Permit Program

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Slo Coast Journal, February, 2013 – The Importance of Updating California’s Offshore Low-Energy Geophysical Survey Program

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Slo Coast Journal, March, 2013 – Low Energy Seismic Surveys (LESS) Produce High Decibels Is LESS Actually HESS?

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Slo Coast Journal, April, 2013 – Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris Brings Threats to Coasts and Marine Sanctuaries

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Slo Coast Journal, May, 2013 – Pollution-threatened Bays Need to be Marine Sanctuaries Part 1 — Hanalei Bay, Hawaii

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Slo Coast Journal, June, 2013 – Pollution-threatened Bays Need to be Marine Sanctuaries Part II — San Luis Bay, CA

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Slo Coast Journal, July, 2013 –Pollution-threatened Bays Need to be Marine Sanctuaries Part III — Updates on Hanalei Bay, HI and San Luis Bay, CA

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Slo Coast Journal, August, 2013 – Changes To The CA Offshore Geophysical Permit Program For Underwater Acoustic Seismic surveys CSLC Requests Public Comments by August 23, 2013

What is the Definition of “Low Energy Geophysical Survey?”
What is the Definition of “No Significant Impact?”

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Slo Coast Journal, September, 2013 – Comments to the Proposed California State Lands Commission Offshore Geophysical Permit Program Update

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Slo Coast Journal, October, 2013 – California Central Coast  Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary Grassroots Efforts for Marine Sanctuary Nomination

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Slo Coast Journal, November, 2013 – Blessings and Support For the Proposed California Central Coast Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary

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Slo Coast Journal, December, 2013 – Nuclear Waste Confidence Policy Focus: PG&E’s Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant San Luis Obispo County, CA

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Slo Coast Journal, January, 2014

California Central Coast Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary Proposal

California Central Coast Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary Proposal

PDF Jan 2014- Marine Sanctuaries

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SLO Coast Journal, February, 2014

Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary Proposal Gains Support and the Importance of Chumash Heritage to National Marine Sanctuaries

http://www.slocoastjournal.com/docs/archives/2014/feb/pages/marine_sanctuary.html

PDF Feb 2014-Slo Coast Journal – A Bird’s Eye View

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SLO Coast Journal, March, 2014

Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary Proposal – Presentations

http://www.slocoastjournal.com/docs/archives/2014/march/pages/marine_sanctuary.html

PDF March 2014-Marine Sanctuaries

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SLO Coast Journal, April, 2014

Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary Proposal – Maps of Seven Core Areas

http://www.slocoastjournal.com/docs/archives/2014/april/pages/marine_sanctuary.html
PDF April 2014-Marine Sanctuaries

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SLO Coast Journal, May, 2014

Expansion of Farallones National Marine Sanctuary and Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary

http://www.slocoastjournal.com/docs/archives/2014/may/pages/marine_sanctuary.html

PDF May 2014-Marine Sanctuaries

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SLO Coast Journal, June, 2014

Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary Proposal Presentation in Cambria, June 4th

PDF June 2014 Marine Sanctuaries
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SLO Coast Journal, July, 2014

New National Marine Sanctuary Nomination Announcement of Final Criteria and Process

PDF July 2014 Marine Sanctuaries
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SLO Coast Journal, August, 2014

Proposed Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary Location on California’s Central Coast – A Special Place

PDF August 2014 Marine Sanctuaries
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SLO Coast Journal, September, 2014

Chumash Thrivibility of Marine Ecosystems & Mission Blue

PDF September 2014 Marine Sanctuaries
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SLO Coast Journal, October, 2014

Sanctuary Nomination Process for Consideration as New National Marine Sanctuaries

PDF October 2014 Marine Sanctuaries
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SLO Coast Journal, November, 2014

Economic Benefits National Marine Sanctuary Designation San Luis Obispo County

PDF November 2014 Marine Sanctuaries
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SLO Coast Journal, December, 2014

Fishing and Harbors in the Proposed Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary

PDF December 2014 Marine Sanctuaries
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Slo Coast Journal, January, 2015

Invitation to Support the Chumash National Marine Sanctuary Proposal‏

PDF Jan 2015- Marine Sanctuaries

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