About CMI

SDSU Coastal and Marine Institute Laboratory

SDSU Coastal and Marine Institute Laboratory. Photo credit: V. Compton

The Coastal and Marine Institute refers to the consortium of researchers, visiting scientists, students, and volunteers that work at the SDSU Coastal and Marine Institute Laboratory (CMIL). CMIL was built on a prime coastal site at the old Naval Training Center near the airport and San Diego Bay. CMIL was conveyed to SDSU by the City of San Diego for the purposes of functioning as a research facility for students and faculty. The mission of CMIL is to perform basic and applied coastal research and to share our knowledge of the marine environment with the community.

The Coastal and Marine Institute Laboratory (CMIL) is a powerful tool for San Diego State University (SDSU) scientists who are researching environmental problems up and down the coast of southern California. CMIL offers interdisciplinary solutions to coastal zone problems in the San Diego region. The goals of CMIL are to perform research, to protect the coastal environment and to educate scientists and students of San Diego.

We are all connected:

Informational video about the Coastal and Marine Institute

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElQZ3ncRkuQ

Directed by Kevin Shanmugam and Daniel Galuppo

Script by Alex Warneke

Produced by the Marine Ecology and Biology Student Association