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    This weekend: Come to the 'Zero Waste' used clothing sale in Isla Vista to support local orgs & the environment https://t.co/2Szngvv040
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Milton Love

  • Vermillion rockfish

    A new study shows Southern California oil platforms are some of the world’s most productive marine fish habitats

  • Fished nearly to extinction in the recent past, giant sea bass (Stereolepis gigas) are starting to make a comeback

  • A new species of black coral has been discovered off southern California, including around the Channel Islands, by Milton Love, University of California, Santa Barbara marine researcher, and Mary Yoklavich of NOAA Fisheries.

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