The Puget Sound Fact Book brings together statistics and other information about the health and makeup of the ecosystem. Areas of focus include climate change, geography, water quality, habitats, human dimensions and regional species.
The growing number of species of concern in the Salish Sea suggests ecosystem decay is outpacing recovery
The number of species of concern in the Salish Sea is growing at 2.6% annually, according to a report presented at the 2016 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference in B.C.
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.
We sent a fleet of ten science writers and roving reporters to cover major science themes presented at #SSEC16 in Vancouver, BC. Read the stories we published live from the conference... and look for more over the coming weeks and months.
Conference coverage from Salish Sea Currents: Watch for updates and stories about the 2016 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference in Salish Sea Currents.
The Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference begins April 13th: More than 1100 scientists and researchers will meet in Vancouver to share information on the state of the ecosystem.
A paradigm shift for shoreline armoring: Rethinking a long-standing battle with the elements.