By Christopher Dunagan, Encyclopedia of Puget Sound
Nobody with an understanding of marine life would describe Seattle’s downtown shoreline as a thriving ecosystem.
By McKenna Zacher, The Daily
The UW will be the host of the new climate, ocean, and ecosystems research institute within the College of the Environment, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced last month.
By the Seattle Times editorial board
The University of Washington’s selection to host a new research consortium is a testament to the school’s well-earned reputation.
NOAA Selects UW And Partners for $300 Million Grant To Establish A Consortium For Climate, Ocean, And Ecosystem Research
In an open competition, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has selected the University of Washington (UW) with the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) and Oregon State University (OSU) to form a new NOAA Cooperative Institute consortium to address the increasing number of climate, ocean, and coastal challenges that demand wider collaborations and the sharing of scientific resources.Read more
When you try to imagine what a happy, calm beluga whale looks like, what images do you conjure up?See article at UW College of the Environment
By Anthony Edwards, The Daily
It is around this time of year that the word “snowpack” begins to circulate among Washingtonians.
With stay-at-home orders pausing fieldwork, scientists worry about Washington’s threatened species.
By Hannah Weinberger, Crosscut
As the coronavirus pandemic takes tens of thousands of human lives, grinds society to a halt and tears a hole in its financial and social safety nets, the natural world continues to persevere around us.