- Videos: summarizes, links to or presents a video or videos.
- Audio: summarizes, links to or presents an audio file or files.
- Photos: summarizes, links to or presents a photo or photos.
- Maps: summarizes, links to or presents a map or maps.
- Presentations: summarizes, links to or presents workshop or conference presentations (such as PowerPoint slideshows.)
A 2017 course at the UW Jackson School of International Studies examined how to create alliances between the Tulalip Tribes and non-tribal millennials through improved intercultural communication. The students in the course produced a multi-media story describing their experiences.
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.
A 2010 video by the University of Washington Tacoma describes efforts to protect and restore the Puyallup watershed.
A camera on board a remotely operated vehicle scans the floor of Puget Sound capturing digital video of underwater marine life. Selected clips of Plumose sea anemones, Pacific halibut, Pacific cod, Sea stars, and North Pacific spiny dogfish are now available for public viewing.
Download presentations from the Study Panel on Ecosystem-based Management of Forage Fish held August 25, 2013 at the University of Washington’s Friday Harbor Lab, San Juan Island.
Could recent declines in Puget Sound herring be linked to decreases in native eelgrass? Biologist Tessa Francis reports on a new study that may provide insight into the health of one of the region's most iconic forage fish.
Audio recordings of the Mazama Pocket Gopher.
An audio recording of an early morning soundscape on Treasure Island in Puget Sound.
Browse a collection of shellfish photos provided by the Swinomish Tribe.
Audio recordings of rhinoceros auklets on Protection Island.
Puget Sound is calling: EoPS now has custom ringtones. Add the sounds of Puget Sound-area species like the Rhinoceros Auklet or Pacific Chorus Frog to your phone today.