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Tracking Harmful Algal Toxin off WA Coast

A NOAA/UW team deployed the Environmental Sample Processor (ESP) "Friday" at the NEMO mooring about 15 miles off La Push on the WA shelf as part of a MERHAB project titled "Strengthening Early Warning and Forecasts of Domoic Acid Events in the Pacific Northwest: Using the ESP to Close the Data Gap". ESPfriday provides near-real time observations of domoic acid (DA) three days per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays through 10 October. Data is served by NVS and the "Real-time HABs" website, which incorporates contextual data and other data products to enhance interpretation and understanding of the ESP data

Tracking Harmful Algal Toxin off WA Coast

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NANOOS Presentation for NOAA West Watch

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Empowering Coastal Indigenous Communities

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NANOOS Community Workshop 2022

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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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2020 Puget Sound Marine Waters Overview

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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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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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