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State of the Bay

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State of the Bay

 

Presentations of the 2015 SOTB

 

2015 State of the Bay Program (pdf)

 

Bellingham Bay

 

Yesterday and Today

Bert Webber, Emeritus Faculty Huxley College - Western Washington University

Key Issues, Challenges, & Research Needs - Local Government Perspective

 

Bellingham Bay

Jon Hutchings, City of Bellingham

Key Issues, Challenges, & Research Needs - Local Government Perspective

 

Restoring the Health of Bellingham Bay

Mike Hogan, Port of Bellingham

Key Issues, Challenges, & Research Needs - Local Government Perspective

 

Pollution Identification and Correction

Gary Stoyka, Whatcom County

Physical Processes

 

Sediment Transport Studies of Dynamic Historic Change Across the Nooksack River Delta

Eric Grossman, U.S. Geological Survey

Physical Processes

 

Seafloor Mapping

Eric Grossman, U.S. Geological Survey

Physical Processes

 

Circulation Model for Bellingham Bay

Tarang Khangaonkar, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Physical Processes

 

Shoreline Change and Nearshore Enhancement Opportunities in Bellingham Bay

Jim Johannessen, Coastal Geologic Services, Inc.

Physical Processes


Nitrogen, Sediment and Other Nutrient Loading into Bellingham Bay from the Nooksack River

Mark von Prause, Washington Department of Ecology - Marine Monitoring Unit

Chemistry and Water Quality

 

Sediment Quality in Bellingham Bay - Decadal Trends and Current Patterns

Valerie Partridge, Washington Department of Ecology - Marine Monitoring Unit

Chemistry and Water Quality

Chemistry and Water Quality

 

Fecal Coliform & Enterococcus in Bellingham Bay

Jean Snyder, State Department of Health

Chemistry and Water Quality

 

Stormwater Data Characterization: Results from Phase I Monitoring
2007 - 2012

Brandi Lubliner, Washington Department of Ecology

 

Biological Ecosystems

 

Seagrass in Portage Bay

Marco Hatch, Director - National Indian Center for Marine Environmental Research and Education

Biological Ecosystems

 

Sea Star Wasting Disease in Bellingham Bay and the Salish Sea

Ben Miner, Marine Ecologist - Western Washington University

Biological Ecosystems

 

Juvenile Chinook Salmon Assessment of the Nooksack Estuary and Bellingham Bay Nearshore

Eric Beamer, Skagit River Cooperative

Biological Ecosystems

 

Bellingham Bay - Biological Componets and Ecological Processes

Regional Research Perspective

 

Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Gaps

Ken Dzinbal, Senior Monitoring Program Coordinator - Puget Sound Partnership

On-Going Communication & Collaboration

 

Overview of Opportunities & Recommendations

Sue Blake, WSU Extension/Washington Sea Grant; Austin Rose, Whatcom County Marine Resource Committee

   



 

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