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2019 Marine Heat Wave in the News

NANOOS Executive Director Jan Newton was interviewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Companies Ian Hanomansing on "The National" in a feature focused on the 2019 Northeast Pacific marine heat wave and titled, "A new blob is brewing, and it’s set to seriously impact marine life off B.C.'s coast". NANOOS assets (the Point Wells ORCA buoy in particular) and online data products from the NANOOS Climatology application were introduced during the feature. The report also described the large and coordinated efforts by NANOOS partners in Washington State to respond to ocean acidification, rising temperatures, and changing marine conditions, including the shellfish industry, academia, and state and federal agencies.

2019 Marine Heat Wave in the News

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Pacific Northwest HABs at Oceans19

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2018 Puget Sound Marine Waters Overview

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NANOOS Presentation for NOAA West Watch Shows Marine Heat Wave

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Improved Tsunami App on NVS

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LiveOcean comes to the Salish Sea!

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Tsunami Evacuation Maps on Your Smartphone

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Promoting Safe Boating Conditions

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West Coast OA and Hypoxia Asset Inventory

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Seacast comes to NVS!

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New Surfers App on NVS!

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Updated GOA-ON Website Launched

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How Typical are Current Conditions?

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