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  • WWU Huxley Speaker Series
    This quarter the Huxley Speaker Series will be entirely online (see SCHEDULE) Presentations will be held on Thursdays at 4:30 via Zoom. Most presentations will also be live-streamed to YouTube and recordings of most presentations will be made available online afterwards. All of these options a...
  • Ocean Life Symposium
    Join KGUA public radio for their 4-day long 2nd Annual Ocean Life Symposium. This free event will be held online via Zoom and simulcast on KGUA’s other streaming platforms everyday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Topics relating to the status of our oceans and the life forms that inhabit it will be pre...
  • Ocean Acidification Outreach, Presentations, Webinars
    Meg Chadsey, Ocean Acidification Specialist WSG has responded to the governor’s Washington State Blue Ribbon Panel on Ocean Acidification by offering print and online outreach materials on acidification, conducting frequent public presentations, and working with NOAA to produce monthly webinars...
  • Plenty of Plankton: Junior Ecologists
    Join Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in the monthly online class for kids, Junior Ecologists. This month is focused on plankton. They’re tiny but powerful! Peer through our microscope and learn about the plankton of Padilla Bay in this online class. Register here for the link t...
  • Community Science Volunteers are as Important as Ever During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    June 17, 2020 By Brandon McWilliams, WSG Science Communications Fellow  WSG Crab Team volunteers sweep Penn Cove for a trap. On a normal spring day along the Puget Sound, chances are good that one of the people enjoying the coast is also doing scientific research. Many projects at Washington Sea Gr...
  • Sea Safety and Survival Training in Westport
    Learn emergency drills for commercial fishing vessels Washington Sea Grant is sponsoring a one-day Sea Safety & Survival (Drill Instructor) Course for commercial fishermen and charter boat operators. This Coast Guard approved workshop meets the training requirements of the Commercial Fishing Saf...
  • Make Whale for Change: New Rules for Whale Watching in the Salish Sea
    From the Autumn 2022 Sea Star New research finds that rules to protect endangered southern resident killer whales could mean less demand for commercial whale watching — but tour operators have options for making up the difference Maddie Hansen, WSG Science Communications Fellow The Salish Sea is a...
  • “What We Love To Do”: NOAA Science Camp Creatively Immerses Kids in Marine Science
    From the Autumn 2022 Sea Star  In the third consecutive summer of pandemic-related closures, NOAA Science Camp brought new programming to the beach during an extreme low tide By Ashli Blow, WSG Science Communications Specialist When Puget Sound receded during an extreme low tide in June, Maile Sull...
  • Olympic OA Regional Vulnerability Assessment
    The Olympic Coast as a Sentinel – Tribal Communities at the Forefront of Ocean Change Indigenous people have depended on Olympic Coast marine species for their livelihoods, food security and cultural practices for thousands of years. Today, these species—and the triba...
  • Evidence of Invasive European Green Crab Found at Two New Sites
    July 9, 2018 Washington Sea Grant’s Crab Team and Washington State’s Department of Natural Resources report evidence of the invasive European green crab at two new sites in the Salish Sea: Fidalgo Bay and Dungeness Landing, near Dungeness Spit. A green crab shell was found at Fidalgo B...
  • Director’s Note: Washington Sea Grant’s Response to COVID-19
    March 17, 2020 Russell Callender, WSG Director COVID-19 is clearly impacting all of us. Washington Sea Grant (WSG) is no exception. We have worked hard to heed the rapidly evolving guidance coming from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Governor’s office and the Uni...
  • New guide from the Washington Coastal Resilience Project helps coastal planners use the latest sea level rise data
    July 9, 2020  IN BRIEF: The Washington Coastal Resilience Project team – a collaboration between the state’s Department of Ecology, the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group and Washington Sea Grant – are releasing How to Choose, a guide to support the use of available sea level ris...
  • Molt Search
    Molt Search The emerging invasion by European green crabs (Carcinus maenas) threatens marine resources in Washington. Early detection of small populations gives us the best chance to reduce the spread and impact of this globally damaging invasive species. Wa...
  • Northwest Fisheries Science Center’s 5th Science Symposium
    Our partner in regional science, NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center, will host the 5th annual Science Symposium, a two-day event to showcase fisheries and ecosystem science and to foster collaboration among scientists. WSG Social Scientist, Melissa Poe, will present results from a recen...
  • Witness Washington’s Highest Tide of the Year in Anacortes
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                            December 20, 2017 CONTACTS Bridget Trosin, WSG Coastal Policy Specialist, bemmett@uw.edu MaryAnn Wagner, WSG Communications, maryannb@uw.edu Witness Washington’s Highest Tide of the Year in Anacortes Meet a Washington Sea ...
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