2012

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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