Videos: The Puget Sound Model

The Puget Sound Model was designed and built by the University of Washington School of Oceanography in the early 1950s to simulate the tides and currents of Puget Sound. A series of videos produced by the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound describes its construction and operation.

Blue dye is used to illustrate currents in the Puget Sound Model at the UW School of Oceanography. Video screenshot: copyright Richard Strickland and Encyclopedia of Puget Sound
Blue dye is used to illustrate currents in the Puget Sound Model at the UW School of Oceanography. Video screenshot: copyright Richard Strickland and Encyclopedia of Puget Sound

Videos were produced in cooperation with the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound at the University of Washington Puget Sound Institute.

Credits

  • Producer and writer: Richard Strickland
  • Narrator: Richard Strickland
  • Photographer and editor: Jake Strickland
  • Associate producer: Randy Shuman

Playlist of three videos

Videos are copyright 2014 Richard Strickland and the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound.