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  • Where are the European Green Crab in the Salish Sea Coming From?
    April 25, 2018 Finding a few isolated pockets of invasive European green crab in Washington’s Salish Sea over the past two years indicates the early stages of a possible range expansion. Certainly, it is the goal of WSG Crab Team and management to protect shorelines from the damage this crab h...
  • Amy Linhart
    Amy Linhart Crab Team Coordinator  Expertise Marine science and policy Community science Climate impacts Science communication Amy is the coordinator for WSG’s Crab Team, a volunteer-based program that conducts critical monitoring and earl...
  • European Green Crab Status Update
    June 29, 2018 The first half of the 2018 WSG Crab Team monitoring season is coming to a close, and with that comes a status update on European green crab in Washington’s Salish Sea. Since April, live green crab or molts have been detected at five sites, two of which are new detection sites: Map of...
  • WSG Staff Collaborates with Ocean Tipping Points Project
    February 22, 2016 Washington Sea Grant Social Scientist Melissa Poe recently spent a week on Haida Gwaii interviewing Native knowledge holders. She is collaborating with the Ocean Tipping Points project and local partners Gwaii Haanas Parks Canada and the Council of the Haida Nation, in a social-eco...
  • 27th Conference for Shellfish Growers Agenda
    First convened by WSG in 1991, the Conference for Shellfish Growers brings together shellfish producers, researchers, students and managers from the Pacific Northwest to discuss pressing issues and relevant research on aquaculture. We look forward to another engaging and insightful conference this ...
  • Hanging by a Thread
    Biologist Emily Carrington probes the secrets of the humble mussel’s powerful attachment, and how mussels will fare as sea chemistry changes By Elizabeth Cooney, WSG Communications Fellow, Washington Sea Grant The unassuming but commercially valuable mussel dominates temperate seas worldwide, cli...
  • Northwest Workshop on Bivalve Aquaculture and the Environment
    Northwest Workshop on Bivalve Aquaculture and the Environment The purpose of this workshop was to identify the current state of knowledge regarding on-bottom intertidal aquaculture and its interactions with the environment. The goal was to identify the information and research needed for sustainable...
  • Other Opportunities
    Other Opportunities Learn about the many opportunities available to professionals and undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral scholars interested in gaining first-hand experience in marine science and policy.                          Undergraduate Opportunities Association for Women ...
  • Green Crab Trapping Resumes in the Salish Sea
    May 13, 2019 The return of spring means trapping season for green crab is now under way. In April, WSG Crab Team resumed early detection trapping across the monitoring network along Washington’s inland shorelines. We’re pleased to share that Crab Team has received funding to continue thi...
  • How to Get Your “Eyes on the Beach” Like a Pro
    October 6, 2016  The recent captures of invasive European green crabs, the first documented in Washington’s Salish Sea, have garnered a lot of recent media attention. We are thrilled that local residents are eager to help protect shorelines from this global invasive species and have set about...
  • Hanging by a Thread
    Hanging by a Thread Biologist Emily Carrington probes the secrets of the humble mussel’s powerful attachment, and how mussels will fare as sea chemistry changes. By Elizabeth Cooney, WSG Communications Fellow Carrington and Laura Newcomb, heading for the water. ...
  • Field Notes and More News
    Field Notes and More News Dean Lisa Gramulich congratulates WSG’s Teri King. WSG social scientist Melissa Poe has wrapped up an 18-month project, funded by the Puget Sound Institute and U.S. EPA, on the relationship between sense of place and the restoration of Puget Sound. Working with ...
  • Unique Washington
    Our Unique Northwest Washingtonians have a deep, passionate relationship with their state’s rich coastal ecology and matchless marine resources. Geology, climate, ocean currents, biological evolution, human history, and social adaptation converge to create a physical, cultural, and economic s...
  • Three Washington Graduate Students Selected for the 2019 NMFS-Sea Grant Fellowship
    August 21, 2019 Washington Sea Grant is excited to share that three of the eight graduate students selected for the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)–Sea Grant Fellowship this year are from the University of Washington. Through the fellowship, doctoral students are provided with two- and t...
  • Building Capacity to Protect the Salish Sea From European Green Crab
     July 5th, 2018 As we wrote last week, the first half of this monitoring season has seen several new detections of European green crab, but as green crab appear to be ramping up, so is the group of humans ready to control them. WSG Crab Team is now a project with five team members (including two fu...
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