Climate Science on Tap: Climate Optimism
Inspired by the spirit of Optimism Brewing, this Climate Science on Tap panel focuses on reasons for Climate Optimism as evidenced by the 2019 WA legislative session, the trend of cities and counties signing on to renewable energy pledges across the country, the way 2020 presidential candidates are ...
Port Angeles: Introduction to Invasive Green Crabs
Photo: Greg C Jensen
(Port Angeles) Washington’s salt marshes and pocket estuaries are incredibly diverse and productive habitats. Unfortunately, they are also highly threatened by shoreline development, pollution, and now, a potential invader. European green crabs (Carcinus maenas), often li...
Startup Culture Hits Seafood Industry at Aquaculture Workshop in Seattle
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March 20, 2019
Sandra Stewart, Thinkshift Communications, email@example.com, 415.391.4449
MaryAnn Wagner, Communications, Washington Sea Grant, 206-616-5363, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cole Mellino, Project Associate, Fish 2.0, email@example.com
Scholarly Selections: Skansie Shipbuilding Company
Scholarly Selections, a partnership between UW Tacoma and the Washington State History Museum, brings UWT scholars’ work to the public in an informal setting. Nathan Patrick, UWT History B.A., 2019, presents his original research on the local Skansie Shipbuilding Company. The Skansies not only...
Logging Change in Puget Sound
From the winter 2021–2022 Sea Star print newsletter
Researchers use UW vessel logbooks to reconstruct historical groundfish populations
The R/V Commando passes through the Montlake Cut. Skipper Tom Oswold Jr. is on the flying bridge and engineer Olaf Rockness is on the bow. Photo: Bob Hitz
European Green Crab
Invasive European Green Crab
The European green crab (Carcinus maenas) is a small shore crab whose native distribution is in the northeast Atlantic Ocean and Baltic Sea, ranging along coasts from northern Africa to Norway and Iceland. The crab is an effective predator, adept at openi...
Cool Critters: Giant Pacific Octopus
June 18, 2021
Welcome to our Cool Critters series, where Marine Ecologist Jeff Adams shares the unique features of his favorite animals native to the Pacific Northwest. In honor of Cephalopod Week, today’s Cool Critter is the Giant Pacific Octopus!
The Giant Pacific Octopus (Enteroctopus doflein...
Bevan Series 2018: Liz Neeley
The Bevan Series is a popular annual event held one quarter each year, usually in the format of weekly seminars for 10 weeks, and on occasion as a two-day symposium. The series features internationally recognized experts seeking to examine current issues affecting fisheries and marine conservation,...
2015 SustainableUW Festival: Husky Highlight
Energy and Innovation
Researchers at the Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute (MolES) and Clean Energy Institute (CEI) explore how custom engineered molecules can lead to breakthroughs in solar energy, health & medicine and drug delivery. Come hear members of MolES and CEI labs talk ab...
Eastern Washington Marinas Take Big Steps to Prevent Small Oil Spills
August 17, 2017
CONTACT: Aaron Barnett, Washington Sea Grant, (206) 616-8929 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastern Washington Marinas Take Big Steps to Prevent
Small Oil Spills
Washington Sea Grant expands its clean marina and small oil spill prevention programs on Lake Chelan
Albatross Conservation in Commercial Fisheries
The Wildlife Science Group at the School of Environmental & Forest Sciences present the Wildlife Science Seminar series each spring quarter. This year, they are hosting Washington Sea Grant’s Ed Melvin, who will talk about Albatross conservation.