UC Santa Cruz: Long Marine Lab  / Since Long Marine Lab's inception in 1997, JLJA has completed a series of landscape design projects for the UCSC outpost, a renowned marine research and education center which encompasses the Seymour Marine Discovery Center and the Center for Ocean Health. Assuring that the Lab's distinct programs and elements form a cohesive whole, JLJA has completed site planning and landscape plans for the site that emulate the native coastal bluff and coastal strand ecosystems. Site elements include outdoor exhibits of the natural environment, avian habitat and wildlife viewing opportunities, interpretive signage, public coastal trail, and gathering and picnic areas, as well as bio-swales, stormwater management, native plantings, and a seasonal pond. Work at the bluff edge site requires approval by the Coastal Commission, Department of Fish and Game, Division of the State Architect, UCSC Design Advisory Board, and University of California Regents.   Photo : Sandra Ivany
       
     
  Client : University of California  Location : Santa Cruz, CA  Dates : 1997-ongoing  Size : 40 acres  Cost : SMDC - $8 million; COH - $11 million  Client :  Institute of Marine Sciences  and  Seymour Marine Discovery Center
       
     
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 Photo: Sandra Ivany
       
     
 Photo: Sandra Ivany
       
     
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  UC Santa Cruz: Long Marine Lab  / Since Long Marine Lab's inception in 1997, JLJA has completed a series of landscape design projects for the UCSC outpost, a renowned marine research and education center which encompasses the Seymour Marine Discovery Center and the Center for Ocean Health. Assuring that the Lab's distinct programs and elements form a cohesive whole, JLJA has completed site planning and landscape plans for the site that emulate the native coastal bluff and coastal strand ecosystems. Site elements include outdoor exhibits of the natural environment, avian habitat and wildlife viewing opportunities, interpretive signage, public coastal trail, and gathering and picnic areas, as well as bio-swales, stormwater management, native plantings, and a seasonal pond. Work at the bluff edge site requires approval by the Coastal Commission, Department of Fish and Game, Division of the State Architect, UCSC Design Advisory Board, and University of California Regents.   Photo : Sandra Ivany
       
     

UC Santa Cruz: Long Marine Lab / Since Long Marine Lab's inception in 1997, JLJA has completed a series of landscape design projects for the UCSC outpost, a renowned marine research and education center which encompasses the Seymour Marine Discovery Center and the Center for Ocean Health. Assuring that the Lab's distinct programs and elements form a cohesive whole, JLJA has completed site planning and landscape plans for the site that emulate the native coastal bluff and coastal strand ecosystems. Site elements include outdoor exhibits of the natural environment, avian habitat and wildlife viewing opportunities, interpretive signage, public coastal trail, and gathering and picnic areas, as well as bio-swales, stormwater management, native plantings, and a seasonal pond. Work at the bluff edge site requires approval by the Coastal Commission, Department of Fish and Game, Division of the State Architect, UCSC Design Advisory Board, and University of California Regents.

Photo: Sandra Ivany

  Client : University of California  Location : Santa Cruz, CA  Dates : 1997-ongoing  Size : 40 acres  Cost : SMDC - $8 million; COH - $11 million  Client :  Institute of Marine Sciences  and  Seymour Marine Discovery Center
       
     

Client: University of California
Location: Santa Cruz, CA
Dates: 1997-ongoing
Size: 40 acres
Cost: SMDC - $8 million; COH - $11 million
ClientInstitute of Marine Sciences and Seymour Marine Discovery Center

5-LML CFOH 5.9.04-02.jpg
       
     
 Photo: Sandra Ivany
       
     

Photo: Sandra Ivany

 Photo: Sandra Ivany
       
     

Photo: Sandra Ivany

6-LML Plan - Copy.jpg