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  • Economic Tools for Resilience in Southwest Washington
    Kevin Decker, Coastal Economist Pacific and Grays Harbor counties, along the Washington Coast, have historically depended heavily upon natural resources for economic health, as they are vulnerable to coastal changes and resources to support coastal resilience and economic hea...
  • WSG Seaweed Office Hours
    Drop-in office hours for all your seaweed information needs! How to participate: Zoom meeting link: https://washington.zoom.us/j/96836051377?pwd=dGJWc0RuRm9ZTFArbzQ2aGFacWRBZz09 Join at any point during the one-hour window (no RSVP required) Attendees will be served in order of arrival Please stay ...
  • Small Spills, Big Problems, Sound Solutions
    July 25, 2016 To paraphrase an old saying, “There’s no use crying over spilled oil.” Yet many are concerned with oil pollution in Puget Sound and in the San Juan Islands. What people don’t realize is that the biggest source of spills so far in the region has not been tankers and freighters, ...
  • Looking Back on 50 Years: Jeff Adams, A Naturalist at Heart Who Brings Marine Science to the Community
    In honor of the 50th anniversary of Washington Sea Grant, we’re sharing reflections from current and former longtime staff about their work. By Grace Freeman, WSG Science Communications Fellow Photo: Vashon Nature Center In the 15 years that marine ecologist Jeff Adams has worked at Washington...
  • WSG Seaweed Office Hours
    Drop-in office hours for all your seaweed information needs! How to participate: Zoom meeting link: https://washington.zoom.us/j/96836051377?pwd=dGJWc0RuRm9ZTFArbzQ2aGFacWRBZz09 Join at any point during the one-hour window (no RSVP required) Attendees will be served in order of arrival Please stay ...
  • C-CAN Roundtable discussion: Ocean Acidification and Pseudo-nitzschia harmful algal blooms along the West Coast
    Join us for our C-CAN Roundtable discussion on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 1pm PT (4pm ET) How ocean acidification works hand-in-hand with warming and other global change stressors to promote toxic Pseudo-nitzschia harmful algal blooms along the West Coast Presented by Dr. Dave Hutchin...
  • Debris from Shellfish Aquaculture Finds New Life as Crab Gauges
    From the Autumn 2022 Sea Star Washington Sea Grant supported an innovative pilot project repurposing marine debris, transforming it into a useful tool for recreational crabbers By Benjamin Haagen, WSG Science Communications Fellow Aaron Barnett of WSG, center, with a team from Western Washington Uni...
  • Characterizing rocky intertidal communities to assess resilience and inform management and conservation
    Characterizing rocky intertidal communities to assess resilience and inform management and conservation   PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: James Dimond (Western Washington University) CO-INVESTIGATORS: Peter Raimondi (University of California Santa Cruz), Jennifer Burnaford (California State University ...
  • Eastern Washington Marinas Takes Big Steps to Prevent Small Oil Spills in Lakes
    August 17, 2017 Evening at a Lake Chelan marina. Washington Sea Grant expands its clean marina and small oil spill prevention programs on Lake Chelan   Head down to Lake Chelan on a hot summer day, and its vast surface will be speckled with jet skis and motor boats. The locals all know there’s no...
  • 2022 Calendar Request Form
    2022 Washington Sea Grant Calendar We are now taking orders for our 2022 calendar, which features the unique artwork of renowned artist, Ray Troll. Please fill in all of the following fields and submit to order your copies. ...
  • Seminar: Predator-Prey Interactions – The Avian Visual Sensory Perspective
    Characterizing the visual system of predators and prey is key to understanding some sensory/cognitive mechanisms involved in predator-prey interactions of visually-oriented animals (e.g., visual search, detection and attack). Most of the knowledge on the visual system of predators and prey comes fr...
  • 2015 Elwha Research Consortium
    The Elwha Research Consortium (ERC) has announced its the 3rd Elwha River Science Symposium. This meeting will be held on November 18 – 20, 2015 on the Campus of NatureBridge Olympic National Park, near Lake Crescent. This will be the first symposium following full dam removal of both ...
  • Crab Team and COVID-19
    March 31, 2020 March and April are typically the busiest months on the Crab Team annual calendar, as staff and volunteers reunite for training workshops to relaunch the monitoring season. This spring, however, the Crab Team office has been almost entirely empty over the past month. The leadership o...
  • Looking Back on 50 Years: Longtime WSG Staff Reflect on Their Work
    From the winter 2021–2022 Sea Star print newsletter In honor of the program’s golden anniversary, we asked four current and former staff to reflect on what they have accomplished here By Grace Freeman, WSG Science Communications Fellow Based in Seattle and housed within the University of Washin...
  • The Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami and the Legacy in Washington 10 Years Later
    March 11, 2021 By Carrie Garrison-Laney, WSG Tsunami Hazards Specialist and PMEL Liaison Tsunami damage in Onagawa, Ishinomaki, Japan in 2011. Photo by Shunichi Koshimura On March 11, 2011 the largest earthquake ever recorded in Japan — the 4th largest ever recorded worldwide — and the resulting...
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