By Hannah Hickey, UW News
How’s the snow on Northwest mountains this year? Overall a little deeper than normal, but it depends where you look.
From the Hood Canal to the Arabian Sea, Bonnie Chang’s Career in Oceanography Takes Her Around the World
By Roxanne Ray, International Examiner
A decade after earning her Ph.D. in Oceanography from the University of Washington, Bonnie Chang continues to serve as a Research Scientist at UW’s Cooperative Institute for Climate, Ocean, and Ecosystem Studies.
Program Dates: June 21 – August 20.
Summer research opportunities are available for 10-12 undergraduate interns through the Cooperative Institute for Climate, Ocean, and Ecosystem Sciences (CICOES).
The Cooperative Institute for Climate, Ocean, and Ecosystem Studies (CICOES) seeks three Postdoctoral Scholars with research interests in climate, oceanography, and/or ecosystem science including management and policy.Read more
By Sarah Beckwith, University of South Florida
Under good weather and calm seas, and additional precautions due to COVID-19, our research team left port from the USF College of Marine Science to a site just two miles away from Bayboro Harbor.
By Sarah Harrison, WIRED
In Washington state, scientists, coastal communities, and state agencies are banding together to manage the growing threat of harmful algal blooms.
North Slope Borough, NOAA, University of Washington and CICOES Scientists Collaborate to Monitor Whales in 2020 in Northern Alaska
From NOAA Fisheries,
When it comes to observing bowhead whales in Arctic waters, scientists and Indigenous communities are learning to “expect the unexpected.”
In the Arctic, each year before daylight disappears and winter arrives, thousands of bowhead whales make their fall migration across the Beaufort Sea off northern Alaska.