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Secrets of the dead: Using dead-shell assemblages to reconstruct past conditions at the bottom of Puget Sound
Scientists from our Marine Sediment Monitoring Team have teamed up with peers from the University of Chicago to learn the history of life under Puget Sound
Comment on cruise ship agreement amendments
Seeking comments on proposed amendments to Washington's cruise ship environmental agreement.
Don’t go breaking my heart, crab!
As rare and wondrous as true love itself, the heart crab maintains a quiet existence, delighting the hearts of those lucky enough for a chance encounter.
How an oil spill can lead to salmon habitat
Grants are available for environmental enhancement and restoration work. Apply now!
Got New Year’s resolutions? The two-tentacled hydroid proves that change is possible
Beneath the waters of Puget Sound, the two-tentacled hydroid proves that it’s possible to make a completely fresh start, while still keeping a few of those old bad habits.
Put a bow on it: Elevate your gift-wrapping game with the ribbon worms
This year, when you spend more time wrapping your holiday gifts than picking them out, think about a group of critters who have taken their gift-wrapping game to the next level: the ribbon worms.
New report details ocean acidification in greater Puget Sound
Puget Sound Partnership's annual Marine Monitoring Report describes the threat of ocean acidification in the Puget Sound area.
Cleaning up: Fieldwork on Bellingham's busy working waterfront
Contamination testing at Bellingham's central waterfront will set the stage for final cleanup plans.
May the ‘stache be with you – celebrate Movember with the shovelhead worm
This month, let’s pay homage to the most fan-stache-tic of facial adornments (and be mindful of Movember’s mission) with Puget Sound’s mustachioed mud-dweller: the shovelhead worm.
Washington Coastal Zone Management Program Receives National Award
The Lower Columbia Solutions Group recently won the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association’s Coastal Project of the Year award for work near the mouth of the Columbia River.

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