Explore the web's most complete and up-to-date habitat classifications for the shorelines of Puget Sound and the Washington coast.
A new report provides an in-depth look at harbor porpoise in the Salish Sea. It was prepared for the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound by Jacqlynn Zier and Joe Gaydos of the SeaDoc Society.
View selected papers and reports related to Puget Sound science. The list is generated monthly through alerts by Google Scholar, and we welcome additional suggestions.
Peruse major, recurring publications and event proceedings related to Puget Sound science. If you want to understand the issues that were relevant for a given time period, these are key documents to read.
Have you ever wanted to know how much water is in Puget Sound? Or the weight of a giant Pacific octopus? What about the amount of salmon consumed by a typical killer whale, or more sobering facts about stormwater pollution or climate change in the region? The Puget Sound Fact Book is a quick reference guide to policy-relevant information about Puget Sound and its recovery.
The 2016 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference is now accepting abstracts. The deadline is Dec. 18, 2015. Read more.
As featured in Seattle Magazine.
How do we define the Puget Sound watershed? The boundaries are mapped using hydrologic unit codes (HUCs), nationally standardized divisions used by conservation agencies.