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  • October 2014 Update

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    In this issue: annual subtidal dive monitoring yields early results, power to the puffins, marine science lecture by Paul Dayton, thanks to the people who make our lecture series possible, SeaDoc in the news for derelict gear recovery. …

  • September 2014 Update

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    In this issue: Rescuing sea lions entangled by packing straps, Federal funding for marine mammal stranding response, eelgrass science, new video explains Washington Tribes and salmon recovery, and thanks to our 2014 interns! …

  • August 2014 Update

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    In this issue: Learning more about stranded killer whales, marine bird declines featured in the news, thank you for supporting SeaDoc at our auction, Salish Sea book is coming soon, join SeaDoc for a once-in-a-lifetime Salish Sea trip, slideshow on coa …

  • July 2014 Update

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    In this issue: Why do harbor seals swim upside down when foraging? Scientists close in on sea star wasting disease. Marine mammal video for kids. Salish Sea Conservation in Focus trip. SeaDoc’s newest collaborator is 6 years old. Harbor porpoise strand …

  • June 2014 Update

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    In this issue: Video of coastal cutthroat trout, mapping the Pacific flyway, surprise donation from Orcas High School seniors, interns arrive for the summer, plus updates on mapping, killer whale research funding, and how UC Davis studies diseases and …

  • May 2014 Update

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    In this issue: United States and Canada must work harder to stop ecoystem decay. GiveBIG is Tuesday, May 6. Salish Sea Science Prize goes to the Northwest Straits Foundation for their derelict fishing gear work. Scientists need to communicate better. M …

  • April 2014 update

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    In this issue: Where have the Western grebes gone? GiveBIG is May 6. New videos from our Marine Science Lecture Series on prehistory, harbor porpoise, and derelict fishing gear. …

  • March 2014 Update

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    In this newsletter: Where do you stand on smelt fishing; eelgrass disease study shows older and shallower beds may be vulnerable; Science Advisor Peter Ross leads new ocean pollution initiative at the Vancouver Aquarium; SeaDoc ED Kirsten Gilardi named …

  • February 2014 Update

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    In this newsletter: Sea star wasting disease update, teaching veterinarians about wildlife diseases, what is One Health and why should you care?, derelict fishing gear removal success story, exploring beneath the Salish Sea video now available, seeking …

  • January 2014 Update

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    In this newsletter: SeaDoc starts an innovative project to study Coastal Cutthroat Trout in the San Juan Islands, in cooperation with Long Live the Kings, the Wild Fish Conservance, Kwiaht, and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Also, Joe …

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