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Multi-Stressor Observations and Modeling

NANOOS and partners have published an article on the importance of working in partnership to observe and model ecosystem multi-stressors in a recent supplement to Oceanography, "Frontiers in Ocean Observing: Documenting Ecosystems, Understanding Environmental Changes, Forecasting Hazards". The article led by and involving many NANOOS PIs, "Multi-Stressor Observations and Modeling to Build Understanding of and Resilience to the Coastal Impacts of Climate Change", describes how ocean observing systems and collaborations can help the Pacific Northwest region face challenges presented by climate change.

Multi-Stressor Observations and Modeling

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NANOOS AGU Fall 2021 Poster

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New Puget Sound Metrics Dashboard

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Community Workshop 2022 - Request for Input

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NANOOS Presentation for NOAA West Watch

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2020 Puget Sound Marine Waters Overview

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New NANOOS 5-yr Award Announced

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Tsunami Evacuation Routes in Puget Sound

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IOOS Role in Detecting Climate Effects at the Coast

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New Quileute/UW Real-time Hypoxia-Monitoring Moorings

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PNW HAB Bulletin Supports Tribal Access to Razor Clams

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Understanding the Marine Heat Wave in the Pacific Northwest

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How Different Are Conditions?

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