¡TRAM regresa del 16 septiembre al 14 de octubre del 2023! Consulte el calendario a continuación para registrarse en todas las oportunidades de TRAM. El mes de acción por el río Tijuana regresa con una variedad de limpiezas, eventos de restauración, talleres y más. Los eventos se llevarán a cabo en ambos lados de la […]
Border Field State Park: Divided Together App is LIVE on Apple and Google! The Podcast series has been launched!
The Border Field State Park: Divided Together app is a self-guided tour with highlights of the Divided Together podcast (coming soon) and is meant for high school age and up. There are currently three stops to the tour, with more coming: Kumeyaay Nation Divided by the Border, Indigenous Land Use Practices, and Scientists and Geographers Working Across Borders.
Learning from Home? We Can Help!
Teachers and Parents, we have compiled several resources to share with your at-home learners!
Hot off the press! Check out the newest book on the history of habitat restoration in and around the Tijuana Estuary, by Chris Nordby.
Click link above to read more, purchase the book, or download a free copy.
The Resilience Initiative collaborates with local, regional, and national communities, organizations, and universities to advance resilience research and planning. Below is a list of core projects and collaborations that are advanced and leveraged by the Initiative. Projects Projects occur at multiple geographic scales, ranging from local to national efforts. Tijuana Estuary and River Valley
Marshes on the Margin Developing Tidal Wetlands Adaptation Strategies in Southern California Through the Marshes on the Margin we are investigating how the dynamic and heavily altered estuaries of Southern California will be affected by sea level rise. Project partners are also working to identify nature-based conservation and restoration strategies to mitigate the impacts of
GANADORES Durante y después de evento King Tide Lugar: UABC Campus Punta Morro, Ensenada, B.C. Fecha evento: 16 de noviembre de 2017. (Hora: 8:00) Fecha después: 16 de Noviembre de 2017. (Hora: 12:00) Autor: Carmina Serrano CATEGORÍA LLUVIAS (KING FLOODINGS) Durante y despues de evento de lluvias. Lugar: Calle 2da y Ave. Macheros, Ensenada, B.C.
On MARCH 10 & 11, 2018, The Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge plans to relocate sand from the mouth of the Tijuana River. The beach will be closed to the public approximately ½-mile south from the end of Seacoast Drive to the river mouth. In the interest of public safety, we ask all members of the public to avoid the closed areas. Click on heading to read more.
Intermittently Open Estuaries: Science & Management Perspectives September 28, 2016 | Southern California Coastal Water Research Project (SCCWRP) | Agenda | Workshop summary This workshop increased participants common understanding of: Mouth dynamics and their relationship to estuarine conditions; Existing management approaches regarding mouth management; Data and knowledge gaps; and Trade-offs associated with mouth state and