September 15, 2022
Our biannual magazine, now with an updated and expanded format
We are excited to share that with autumn 2022 issue, we are launching a new format that has been expanded to 12 pages, which accommodates a full-spread cover and more room for the in-depth feature stories written by our staff and science communications fellows as well as fun additions such as a seafood recipe.
We’re also now using the platform Issuu to create an immersive reading experience on your computer, tablet or smartphone. With Issuu, you’ll be able to flip pages and see the laid out stories just as if you were reading the print magazine, and also be able to follow links through the table of contents or to other web pages to find more details and information on our work.
Read the Autumn 2022 Sea Star on Issuu here. In it, you’ll find stories about new research on the damage from the historic 2021 heat wave and on how new whale watch regulations could affect businesses; how WSG has fostered unique collaborations including the Pacific Northwest Crab Research Group and a program to recycle marine debris; and insight into WSG’s ongoing programming including how NOAA Science Camp adapted after another year of pandemic-related closures and a letter from our director about our summer staff retreat.
Find the feature stories on our blog by following the links below:
- Director’s Note: Reflections from our Staff Retreat
- Monitoring the Damage in the Heat Wave’s Wake
- “What We Love To Do”: NOAA Science Camp Creatively Immerses Kids in Marine Science
- Make Whale for Change: New Rules for Whale Watching in the Salish Sea
- Working Together to Monitor Dungeness Crab
- Debris from Shellfish Aquaculture Finds New Life as Crab Gauges