Winter 2022 | January 19 - 20
Call for Abstracts and Registration
Join us for a virtual symposium focused on the oceanography, ecology, geology, and cultural and maritime heritage of the Gulf of Farallones and adjacent waters between Point Arena and Point Año Nuevo – including Cordell Bank, Point Reyes, and central San Francisco Bay.
January 19 - 20, 9 AM - 2 PM PST
Oral presentations 9 AM to 10:30 AM followed by an open discussion of highlights from 10:30 AM to -11:30 AM. Additional oral presentations from 12 PM to 1:30 PM.
Join us for a three-day virtual event with presentations by researchers studying the extraordinary marine life, cultural and maritime heritage, oceanography, and geology of the Gulf of the Farallones, central San Francisco Bay, Bodega Bay, Cordell Bank regions, and adjacent waters between Point Arena and Point Año Nuevo.
Presentations will focus on new, ongoing, and recently completed research, monitoring, and habitat characterization projects, and will be brief project summaries (eight minutes or less). We have scheduled open discussions so that participants will have the opportunity to meet with presenters and network with colleagues, resource managers, and decision-makers.
To submit an abstract, please go to Abstract Submission. Abstracts are due December 17, 2021.
NOTE: Registration is open to everyone. You do not need to present a project to attend, and you do not need to attend to have your abstract included in the Proceedings.
Registrants should download a PDF copy of the proceedings prior to the Symposium. This will be available online after 6 PM on January 11, 2021.
For more information, contact bevan.goldengate at gmail.com.
Join the social media conversation!
During the presentations, share your highlights on social media and add hashtag #BGG22
@FarallonesNews- Greater Farallones Association
@GFNMS- Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary
@CordellBank- Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary
@EOS_Center-SF State Estuary and Ocean Science Center
@NatlParkService- National Park Service
@sfbaynerr-San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
@ucd_cmsi- UC Davis Coastal and Marine Science Institute
@PointBlueConSci-Point Blue Conservation Science
@FarallonesNews - Greater Farallones Association
@NationalParkService - National Parks Service
@sanfranciscobaynerr - San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
@ucdavismarinescience - UC Davis Coastal and Marine Science Institute
@pointblue_conservationscience - Point Blue Conservation Science
Beyond the Golden Gate Research Symposium Contact
For more information and/or questions regarding BGGRS, please contact bevan.goldengate at gmail.com.