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Imperiled by OA: How US Pacific Shellfish Farms Are Coping

A recent article in Dialogue Earth, the second in a two-part series, features NANOOS Executive Director Jan Newton and shellfish growers and scientists from our region describe how monitoring through IOOS for OA and water treatments are helping growers in the PNW, and can provide a model to help growers in West Africa. The article outlines similarities between issues faced by shellfish growers in the PNW and Senegal, calling out the importance of funding and highlighting the disparity in support for monitoring programs across the world. Photo credit: Ted S Warren / Alamy

Imperiled by OA: How US Pacific Shellfish Farms Are Coping

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Sharing Buoy Technical Expertise

Wave Data Supports Subsistence Hunters

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New Nature Article Highlights Increasing PNW Coastal Hypoxia

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Backyard Buoys In-Person All-Hands Meeting

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2022 Puget Sound Marine Waters Overview

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New Quinault Indian Nation Wave Buoy Deployed

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Tracking Warm Sea Temperatures - Is it a Marine Heatwave?

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Federal Investment in NANOOS Infrastructure

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New NVS "Customization" Capability

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Multi-Stressor Observations and Modeling

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