Bight Program Documents

The Southern California Bight Regional Monitoring Program is a cyclical regional monitoring collaboration started in 1994 that examines the ecological health of more than 1,500 square miles of coastal waters. Each five-year program cycle includes multiple types of assessments known as study elements. Planning documents and final assessment reports for each Bight program cycle are available below.

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▸Bight '23

▾Bight '23

▸Bight '18

▾Bight '18

▸Bight '13

▾Bight '13

▸Bight '08

▾Bight '08

▸Planning Documents

▸Assessment Reports

▸Bight '03

▾Bight '03

▸Planning Documents

▸Assessment Reports

Executive Summary
Volume I – Sediment Toxicity
Volume II – Sediment Chemistry

Volume III – Benthic Macrofauna

Volume IV – Demersal Fishes and Megabenthic Invertebrates

Volume V – Water Quality

Volume VI – Shoreline Microbiology

▸Bight '98

▾Bight '98

▸Bight '94

▾Bight '94