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- Harmful Algal Blooms
Harmful Algal Blooms
Several species of single-celled algae growing in Washington produce potent toxins that can poison marine animals or become concentrated in shellfish and sicken, even kill, humans who eat them. Even when they don’t harm humans, toxic blooms can force costly shutdowns ...
- CORRECTION: First European Green Crab Confirmed in Port Angeles
February 5, 2018: CORRECTION
Since this report was made, we have determined that the evidence originally submitted of the crab’s identity was not verifiable as a direct observation of the crab. Because European green crab is currently very rare in Washington’s Salish Sea, the majority of...
Prospective Orca Bowl Coaches and Teams
How to Form a Team
Orca Bowl teams traditionally consist of teams of four to five high school students (four competitors and one alternate) and an adult coach. Please review NOSB’s eligibility rules below to ensure that your team qualifies to compet...
- NW Workshop on Bivalve Aquaculture and the Environment: Agenda
NW Workshop on Bivalve Aquaculture and the Environment
Talaris Conference Center
4000 NE 41st Street
Seattle, WA 98105
Note: The materials available on this page (PDFs) were presented by speakers at the Northwest Workshop on Bivalve Aquaculture and the Environment at Talaris Conferenc...
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- Sally Brownfield: People of the Water
November 27, 2019
WWashington 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 excer...
- It’s Not Easy Seeing Green
It’s Not Easy Seeing Green
Crab, that is. Washington Sea Grant launches a concerted monitoring effort to make sure elusive, habitat-wrecking European green crab haven’t penetrated Puget Sound.
By Annie Hillier, WSG Science Communications Fellow
Don’t be fooled by th...
- NOAA Open House
Explore your world and learn more about how NOAA – the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration – works to understand and predict changes in Earth’s environment to help protect people and property and to conserve and manage coastal and marine resources.
Join us at the Western Re...
- Get Involved
There’s bound to be an organization near you that is working to protect salmon and salmon habitat. Explore how you can help!
Puget Sound Partnership
Contact: Jim Trainer
- Who Will Rescue the Rescuers?
Who Will Rescue the Rescuers?
Washington Sea Grant alerts the Coast Guard’s first responders to the critical danger they will face when a tsunami strikes.
Coast Guard airmen and seamen muster to hear Ian Miller share some inconvenient truths about tsunami dangers.
It was a crisp, bright ...
- A Career Saving Seabirds
From the autumn 2019 Sea Star print newsletter
Looking back on the work of marine fisheries scientist Ed Melvin upon his retirement
“I’ve never had an ornithology class in my life,” Ed Melvin confides on a sunny afternoon sitting by Seattle’s Portage Bay. For anyone familiar with Me...
- Trapping for European Green Crab on Whidbey Island
October 12, 2017
The crew prepares to deploy traps at Lagoon Point. L-R Crab Team Lead, Jeff Adams; Volunteers Debra Paros, Michael Anderson, Kes Tautvydas, and Charlie Seablom. (Photo: E. Grason)
Following the recent capture of a single European green crab at Lagoon Point, on Whidbey Island (read m...
- Crab Team’s Rapid Response: Day 1
September 12, 2016
Emily preps bait for trapping response on the FHL docks.
Emily here, writing from beautiful Friday Harbor Labs after our first full field day on San Juan Island as part of our rapid response effort. Following the Westcott Bay Crab Team volunteer capture of an adult male green cra...
- Monster Seminar Jam with Dr. Katie Arkema
The NWFSC Monster Seminar JAM is a weekly seminar with presentations by Center scientists and guest speakers, and touches on variety of research fields, including landscape ecology, community ecology, genetics, wildlife biology, systematics, marine ecology, conservation biology, population biology a...
- River & Ocean Film Festival
The 7th Annual River and Ocean Film Festival will be presented as an online event this year. Starting in mid-September, three streaming episodes will be posted to Washington Sea Grant’s YouTube account for viewing from the comfort of your home, office, or anywhere you happen to be with your...
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