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  • Small Oil Spills Program
    Aaron Barnett, Boating Program Specialist Visit the Spills Aren’t Slick webpage! Learn more: Small Oil Spills Factsheet Small oil spills from commercial and recreational vessels often result from a lack of knowledge about proper techniques for vessel operation and mai...
  • Green Crabs Have Arrived in Puget Sound: Are They Here to Stay?
    Green Crabs Have Arrived in Puget Sound: Are They Here to Stay? Washington Sea Grant’s monitoring program works to prevent invasive green crabs from establishing populations in Puget Sound By Jasmine Prat, WSG Science Communications Fellow Puget Sound shorelines are teem...
  • Panel: Climate Change and Culturally-Important Foods, Resources and Places in the Salish Ecosystem
    WSG’s Social Scientist Melissa Poe will lead a panel at the 2016 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference discussing anticipated impacts from climate-related changes to the foods, ecosystems and places important to coastal indigenous communities. Climate-related changes such as sea level rise, warming ...
  • Invasive Green Crab Found on San Juan Island
    September 2, 2016 Earlier this week in Westcott Bay, San Juan Island, a team of volunteer monitors caught an invasive green crab (Carcinus maenas), marking the first confirmation of this global invader in Washington’s inland waters. Washington Sea Grant Crab Team volunteers (L-R) Jack Bel...
  • Additional Green Crab Captured in Samish Bay
    August 13, 2019 Female European green crab captured by shellfish growers working for Taylor Shellfish. This crab was likely previously injured which is evident from the unusual shape of the shell the outside of the left eye. Typically green crab have give distinct spines to the outside of each eye (...
  • Eyes on the Beach, Boots in the Mud: South Sound Symposium
    Attend a poster presentation by the Washington Sea Grant Crab Team at the South Sound Science Symposium. Symposium registration is $20 for students and $40 for regular registrants. More information on the SSSS Website. Abstract: Because of a recent range expansion, the European green crab (Carcinus...
  • Social and economic effects of ITQs on the West Coast groundfish fishery: solving the weak stock/bycatch problem
    Fishery Impacts of Pacific Groundfish ITQs Social and Economic Effects of ITQs on the West Coast Groundfish Fishery: Solving the Weak Stock/Bycatch Problem A group of regional researchers tracked the ecological and economic effects of a new catch–share system for West Coast groundfish fis...
  • 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 ...
  • Sablefish: The New “It” Fish
    Sablefish: The New “It” Fish Whether you call it sablefish, black cod or butterfish, this species is making a name for itself as a desirable menu item. Native to the West Coast, sablefish is highly valued in the U.S. for its buttery flavor, and has potential for new markets abroad in Ko...
  • Director’s Note: Hui Malama Loko l’a Indigenous Aquaculture Gathering
    February 20, 2020 Russell Callender, WSG Director Over 125 guests — including representatives from 13 Pacific Northwest tribal nations; students and leaders from Northwest Indian College; and many more Indigenous stewards from across the globe — gathered at the Kākoʻo ...
  • 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...
  • 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 ...
  • 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. ...
  • 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...
  • 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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