Charlie Menza

Mr. Charles Menza

Charles Menza is a spatial ecologist and project leader at the Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment (CCMA).  He has been with CCMA for nine years, and has worked on a variety of research projects to better understand the distribution of fish, seabirds, marine mammals and benthic habitats in coastal and marine ecosystems.  His research has ranged from modeling the distribution of groundfish in support of bycatch avoidance strategies along the west coast, to identifying invasive species habitats in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, to developing long-term coral reef fish monitoring protocols in the Caribbean.  A common thread in much of his work is the development of scientific products which were made to directly support coastal management decisions.  Mr. Menza earned an M.S. in Zoology from the University of Toronto, and a B.S. in Biology and Environmental Sciences from McGill University.

2 Responses to Charlie Menza

  1. linda says:

    Heya! I realize this is sort of off-topic however I
    had to ask. Does building a well-established blog
    like yours take a lot of work? I’m brand new to blogging however I do write in my journal on a daily basis. I’d like to start
    a blog so I can easily share my personal experience and feelings online.
    Please let me know if you have any kind of suggestions
    or tips for new aspiring bloggers. Thankyou!

    • rwynne says:

      Hi Linda,

      This is a government blog so we have a scheduler. I recommend you search the internet for blogging tips for the information you seek.

      Thanks for visiting the NOAA Ocean Science Blog.

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