Humans should be part of any consideration of how well Puget Sound’s ecological recovery is going. How we’re thriving and benefiting appear to be critical parts of the equation.
Researchers have patented a new strain of seaweed that they say tastes like bacon and might help feed a growing, hungry world.
A new analysis confirms that the Blue Rockfish (Sebastes mystinus), is actually two separate and distinct species.
Congratulations to our own Brian Sidlauskas, and Sylvia Busby of Stone Communications for their second place finish in ESRI’s Storytelling with Maps contest.
It struts around, it puffs its chest, but its numbers are plummeting. Governments are struggling to preserve enough habitat to save the bird.
Four of our faculty have been named fellows of the American Fisheries Society in 2015: Jim Hall, Hiram Li, David Noakes, and Carl Schreck. Congratulations!
The Department of Fisheries and Wildlife is seeking a Department Head. This is a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position.