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  • Researchers Document Salmon Diversity Using Ancient DNA
    Researchers Document Salmon Diversity Using Ancient DNA WSU scientists invent novel techniques to tackle a challenging question of genetic history By Max Showalter, WSG Science Communications Fellow Northwestern rivers like the Columbia and Snake were once brimming with salmo...
  • Ocean Acidification
    Ocean Acidification The oceans’ absorption of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere is causing fundamental changes in seawater chemistry. CO2 reacts with water to form carbonic acid, which makes seawater more acidic. This process, known as ocean acidification (or OA) ha...
  • 2021 Volume 1
    2021 Volume 1 Let the trapping begin! June, 2021 This spring had a lot of us reflecting on what our lives were like a year ago. In June 2020, crabbers were in the mud, just as they are now, but how they got there in 2021 looked a lot different. While green c...
  • Environmental DNA (Part 1): Green Crab Monitoring 2.0?
    February 24, 2022 Early detection is one of the best ways to thwart an invasive species, but trying to find some of the first individuals to arrive in a new habitat is no easy task. WSG Crab Team built a monitoring network to meet this challenge: by using multiple search methods and finely tuning th...
  • NOAA Fisheries: 2020 Groundfish Seminar Series
    Wes Larson, Alaska Fisheries Science Center Genomics, Transcriptomics, and eDNA – OH MY! How can advances in these fields help answer your crab and groundfish research questions?   The genomic revolution has prompted major advances in genetics research that can be leveraged to answer myri...
  • European green crab training webinar
    August 27, 2018 The Washington State Invasive Species Council, part of the Recreation and Conservation Office, was created by the state legislature in 2006 to provide policy-level direction, planning and coordination to comabat harmful invasive species throughout the state. The council recently host...
  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Dave Sones
    October 2, 2021 By James Lee, Science Communications Fellow Dave Sones is a fisherman and a member of the Makah Nation at Neah Bay. He’s been fishing since 1972, when he was 12 years old. As a young man, he worked at the Ozette Archaeological Site as an interpreter; later, he became fisheries ma...
  • Sound Water Stewards-Camano Speaker Series
    Sound Water Stewards-Camano Speaker Series Presents: From Island to Tidal Marsh: The Leque Island Estuary Restoration Project with Loren Brokaw, Restoration Projects Coordinator for the WDFW Where did all that water come from that you now see as you cross the bridge connecting Camano Island to Sta...
  • Creating fruitful collaborations – leaving the deficit model for the engagement model
    Join the below panelists to talk about community relationship building, and how those relationships shape the questions and science they pursue. Panelists Gordon Holtgrieve, assistant professor, aquatic and fishery sciences Meade Krosby, deputy director, Northwest Climate Adaptation Scien...
  • Pacific County Retail Hospitality Event
    Kevin Decker, of Washington Sea Grant, will be on hand to present information on the impact of tourism on the Washington Coast and in Pacific County; discuss tourism in terms of output, jobs and wages; to explain external demand; and talk about the new $0.01 tax in Pacific County, as well as answeri...
  • Congratulations, Washington Boaters!
    Congratulations, Washington Boaters! Twenty-fourteen was a record year for the Washington State Parks Clean Vessel Program and Washington Sea Group’s Pumpout Washington campaign. They helped boaters and marinas divert nearly 6.1 million gallons of onboard sewage from the...
  • Sally Brownfield: People of the Water
    November 27, 2019 Washington Sea Grant is a proud sponsor of We Are Puget Sound: Discovering & Recovering the Salish Sea, a new book by David L. Workman, Leonard Forsman, Mindy Roberts and Brian J. Cantwell from Braided River (an imprint of Mountaineers Books). The following profile is an excerp...
  • Who Brings Your Seafood to You? An Interview with Pete Knutson
    October 19, 2020 By James Lee, Science Communications Fellow Pete Knutson owns Loki Fish Company, a family business. He fishes mostly salmon, with a bit of halibut on the side. He’s the director of the Puget Sound Harvester’s Association, an industry group that represents non-treaty comme...
  • Livestream: The natural history of the orca and the threats to their survival
    This talk is presented by Lynda V. Makes, who will discuss her recent book, Orca: Shared Waters, Shared Home. ...
  • 2018 Pacific Northwest Weather Workshop
    The Northwest Weather Workshop will cover recent developments in Northwest weather forecasting and observational technologies, major weather events of the past year, and topics dealing with western U.S. meteorology. It is open to all interested parties. This year’s theme will be on the met...
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