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  • Developing Baseline Data on Native Eelgrass to Inform Conservation StrategiesĀ 
    NATIVE EELGRASS POPULATION STRUCTURE Developing Baseline Data on Native Eelgrass to Inform Conservation StrategiesĀ  Researchers linkĀ population structure and trait variation in native eelgrass Zostera marina; creating baselines for coastal habitat restoration and managementĀ in Washington...
  • Fall 2016
    FallĀ 2016 Crab Team’s Big Discovery! August 4th, 2016 You might have heard theĀ recent news that Crab Team volunteers capturedĀ the first confirmed European green crab in Washington’s inland waters (but if you haven’t, readĀ our blog post)...
  • Development of tools to support sustainable production of bivalve aquaculture in the face of an emerging virus
    TOOLS TO FIGHT BIVALVE VIRUSES Development of Tools to Support Sustainable Production of BivalveĀ Aquaculture in the Face of an Emerging Virus Researchers developed early detection and diagnostic tools for emerging bivalve aquaculture diseases to improve emergency preparedness, rapid respon...
  • Aquaculture Timeline
    Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Timeline Welcome to the Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Timeline. This project is part of the Washington Coast Shellfish Aquaculture Study project, which is an effort to improve the long-term sustainability of shellfish aquaculture in Willa...
  • The Environmental Cost of Dinner
    C-CAN Ocean Acidification Roundtable Discussion Presented by Dr. Ray Hilborn, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington.Ā Ā Ā This webinar will be hosted by Brad Warren, Global Ocean Health, National Fisheries Conservation Center and Teri King, Washington Sea Grant. Abstract: ...
  • Crab Team Takes Willapa Bay by Storm: Part 2
    November 8, 2016 This series of three posts was originally written in August, but was pre-empted by the news of European green crab captures on San Juan Island and in Padilla Bay. Better late than never, here are our field notes on green crab trappingĀ in Willapa Bay during August of this year.Ā Rea...
  • Webinar: All About Cisterns
    RainWise, a City of Seattle and King County partnership, offers rebates for rain gardens and cisterns on private property. These installations capture water that falls on roofs and keeps it out of sewer pipes during big rain storms. Cisterns are also a great source for summer water! In this webinar,...
  • 2021 Volume 2
    2021 Volume 2 Five Years Later November, 2021 It’s been a little over five years since the first capture of invasive European green crab along Washington’s inland shorelines. As we look back at how much we’ve learned since this capture, we ...
  • Riparian Rehab Gets a Boost
    Engineered log jams could be an important tool for salmon restoration From the spring 2020 Sea Star print newsletter By Bobbie Buzzell, WSG Science Communications Fellow Efforts in Washington State to re-establish salmon populations and riparian habitat have been underway for quite some tim...
  • Environmental DNA (Part 3): Reconciling eDNA with Traditional Detection Methods
    March 30, 2022 This is the third in a series of posts on a Crab Team project to develop environmental DNA (eDNA) for use in early detection and management of European green crab. The first posts provided an introduction to eDNA and the benefits and challenges it offers to invasion managers. In devel...
  • Boaters Divert Nearly 11 Million Gallons of Sewage from Washington Waters
    May 1, 2019 With funding from the Clean Vessel Act program, 140 pumpout stations help divert sewage from coastal and inland waters in Washington. (more…) ...
  • Washington Boat Sales Data Archive
    Washington Boat Sales Data Archive Because of comparability issues between Dept. of Licensing data prior to and post DRIVESĀ roll-out in late 2016, boat sales reports created before first quarter 2017 have been moved to this archive page. There was a systemic, intractable duplicate, or near...
  • Reviving the Past to Protect the Future: Developing a Social-Ecological Clam Garden site selection model
    Clam gardens Reviving the Past to Protect the Future: Developing a Social-Ecological Clam Garden Site Selection Model Researchers created a model to determine the best place to install the first present-day clam garden in the U.S. Many helping hands lay the foundation for the Swinomish Trib...
  • More than just a cute face: What otters can tell us about the health of the environment
    December 27, 2022 The River Otter Project used community science to shed light on contamination in the Lower Duwamish River By Andrea Richter-Sanchez, WSG Science Communications Fellow Ā  Ā  North American river otter. Photo by Diana Robinson. ā€œOtters are an easy way to engage people to care abou...
  • The Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami and the Legacy in Washington 10 Years Later
    March 11, 2021 By Carrie Garrison-Laney, WSG Tsunami Hazards Specialist and PMEL Liaison Tsunami damage in Onagawa, Ishinomaki, Japan in 2011. Photo by Shunichi Koshimura On March 11, 2011 the largest earthquake ever recorded in Japan ā€” the 4th largest ever recorded worldwide ā€” and the resulting...
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