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- Washington Sea Grant in the News
Washington Sea Grant in the News
What women of Sea Grant want
Aquaculture North America, September/October 2023
Seafood sustainability a looming question for PNW sushi industry
The Seattle Times, August 25
Author to read from ‘Heaven on the Half Shell’
- Talk: European Green Crabs in Washington’s Salish Sea – Whatcom MRC
Captures of five European green crabs on San Juan Island and in Padilla Bay last fall mark the first evidence that this global invader has expanded its range into Washington’s Salish Sea. Are you interested to learn what we know about green crab in these areas, what the next steps are in respon...
- Talk: European green crabs in Washington’s inland waters – Whidbey Sound Water Stewards
Adult male European green crab, one of four captured in Padilla Bay in September 2016. Photo: Jeff Adams
Captures of five European green crabs on San Juan Island and in Padilla Bay last fall mark the first evidence that this global invader has expanded its range into Washington’s Salish Sea. ...
- Author Talk with Bren Smith: Eat Like a Fish
Bren Smith, author of Eat Like a Fish will be in conversation with local author Sara Dickerman to talk about the politics of seaweed, recipes, answer questions, and sign copies of Eat Like a Fish.
- Fish Talk: World Nutrition Day
Mark your calendar for an insightful Fish Talk on World Nutrition Day, brought to you by World Fish, an international, nonprofit research organization that harnesses the potential of fisheries and aquaculture to reduce hunger and poverty.
WorldFish nutrition experts and partners will be discussing ...
- Talk: Haida Traditional Knowledge in Herring Management
Washington Sea Grant social scientist, Melissa Poe, will team up with Russ Jones, senior manager of the Haida Ocean Technical Team to present a public lecture at the on Haida traditional knowledge and sustainability issues of Pacific herring. The talk is hosted by the Sitka Sound Science Center. ...
- Talk: European Green Crabs in Padilla Bay – Friends of Skagit Beaches
Captures of five European green crabs on San Juan Island and in Padilla Bay last fall mark the first evidence that this global invader has expanded its range into Washington’s Salish Sea. Are you interested to learn what we know about green crab in these areas, what the next steps are in re...
- TALK: WDOT Research & Innovative Solutions To Stormwater
Talk: “WDOT Stormwater Pollution; Research & Innovative Solutions” with Brandon Slone Stormwater Monitoring and Research Analyst and
Nathan Nadenicek Stormwater Monitoring Specialist
WA Department of Transporation.
Join us for an introduction to Washington States Stormwater Monitorin...
- Earth Day Talk: Gaia Has a Fever
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Dr. Jennifer Thomson will give a talk untangling the history of oil corporations, climate justice, and environmental governance. Beginning with physicist James Lovelock’s Gaia hypothesis, she’ll discuss the involvement of oil corporations in...
- Talk: Tipping points and transformations in coupled human-ocean systems
The University of Washington IGERT Program on Ocean Change welcomes Dr. Anne Salomon, Associate Professor and Hakai Professor, School of Resource & Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University. Dr. Salomon will be giving a talk on her work titled “Tipping points and transformations i...
- Talk: European green crab – Fidalgo Shoreline Academy
Crab Team Program Coordinator Emily Grason will be speaking about the ongoing efforts to monitor and combat invasion of Washington’s Salish Sea by European green crab. This globally-damaging species has been on the outer coast of Washington since 1998, but was only recently detected in small n...
- Talk: Are Native Olympia Oysters Making a Comeback?
Bonnie Becker, Associate Professor of Marine Ecology at the University of Washington, will be presenting on Olympia oysters as part of the South Sound Estuary Association’s Discovery Speaker Series.
- Talk: Sea Level Rise on the Olympic Peninsula – Everything You Need to Know
Sea level rise is changing our coasts and poses potential hazards for coastal communities. Ian Miller, Washington Sea Grant’s Coastal Hazard Specialist, will discuss the future of sea level change and what it means for Olympic Peninsula residents.
- Talk: Response of Puget Sound to the Blob: Insights from ORCA and Washington Coast Moored Observations
Speaker: John Mickett, UW Applied Physics Laboratory
This event is part of the UW School of Oceanography’s fall physical oceanography lunch seminar series.
- Talk: Puget Sound Derelict Fishing Gear Project
Jason Morgan, Marine Biologist with the Northwest Straits Foundation, will be presenting on derelict fishing gear as part of the South Sound Estuary Association’s Discovery Speaker Series.