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  • Who brings your seafood to you? An interview with John Alto and Amy Sharp, a couple who work on their own commercial salmon troller
    January 26, 2023 The power couple reflected on how, for them, fishing is a craft that is passed down through generations and rooted in community By Andrea Richter-Sanchez, WSG Science Communications Fellow Amy Sharp showing off her fresh caught salmon They say nothing brings people together better t...
  • Troubled Sediments: Heterosigma Cyst Formation and Longevity
    Heterosigma cyst formation and longevity Troubled Sediments: Heterosigma Cyst Formation and Longevity  Using a broad, integrated toolbox of techniques, researchers uncovered important information about Heterosigma’s behavior, life-history parameters, and metabolism. These findings can be...
  • Coastal and Marine Communities
    Coastal and Marine Communities See all current research projects here. Completed Projects Bae, Christine, Principal Investigator Impacts of West Coast Moorage Marinas Regional researchers calculated the wide range of economic and environmental impacts associated with moorage marinas in Wash...
  • Project Administration
    Project Administration A. Project Oversight and Account Establishment While Washington Sea Grant (WSG) receives funding from a number of federal and state sources, most of the fiscal resources that support its research program come from NOAA through grants to the University of Washington (UW). For t...
  • Reporting
    Reporting Progress, Completion, and Post-Project Reports Principle investigators are required to provide Washington Sea Grant (WSG) with progress, completion, and post-completion project reports, which are used in program management at local, state, and national levels. The reports are WSG’s prima...
  • Protocol In Focus: Why do we use mackerel as bait?
    September 10, 2018 One strength of the Crab Team protocol is that it enables us to confidently compare findings among sites, and track changes over time – even if different people are doing the sampling. With sampling on this scale, even the small steps can be important to what we learn from the d...
  • Protocol In Focus: Why do we estimate the roots of vegetation?
    June 3, 2019 One strength of the Crab Team protocol is that it enables us to confidently compare findings among sites, and track changes over time – even if different people are doing the sampling. With sampling on this scale, even the small steps can be important to what we learn from the data. P...
  • 2018 Volume 1
    2018 Volume 1 Back Out in the Mud February 28th, 2018 Last month we launched Washington Sea Grant Crab Team’s third official monitoring season. After a successful and fun month of training workshops in March, all 225+ volunteer and partner monitors are alr...
  • DEI Spotlight: Dominique Kone Reflects on his Experience as a Black, Gay Marine Ecologist
    June 26, 2020 As we have been reflecting on the recent killings of Black people, the ongoing civil unrest, and Pride Month—a tradition that stems from a riot led by Black transgender women in 1969—we wanted to spotlight a voice from the Black and LGBTQI+ communities. Black, Indigenous a...
  • 2022 Volume 1
    2022 Volume 1 A Green Crab Emergency August 17, 2022 As the long radio silence might imply, things have been busy since our last newsletter in the fall of 2021. Last winter, several emergency declarations related to green crab, including Lummi Nation, Shoalw...
  • 2019 Volume 1
    2019 Volume 1 The “Team” in Crab Team June 3, 2019 It’s difficult to believe, but Washington Sea Grant Crab Team has officially launched our fifth year of monitoring. It’s easy for us to reflect on the number of green crab, monitoring...
  • Under High Water
    Under High Water Washington Sea Grant helps citizens and coastal planners understand what sea-level rise means for their communities Visit Seattle’s Golden Gardens park on a sunny summer day, and you’re likely to find a crowd of happy-go-lucky locals playing on the beach and enjoying the specta...
  • Protocol in Focus: What Happens to My Data?
    November 21, 2017 One strength of the Crab Team protocol is that it enables us to confidently compare findings among sites, and track changes over time – even if different people are doing the sampling. With sampling on this scale, even the small steps can be important to what we learn from the da...
  • 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...
  • WSG receives $1.59 million to boost Puget Sound habitat
    March 6, 2023 The two WSG-led projects selected for funding will focus on sea level rise vulnerability and managing invasive European green crab Photo: Grace Marcella Norman Two projects led by Washington Sea Grant (WSG) will receive a total of $1.59 million through the Puget Sound National Estuary ...
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