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An ecosystem model simulating historic changes and forecasting future long-term upper trophic level species dynamics in South Puget Sound

David Preikshot, Pacific Biological Station, Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Bobbi Hudson, Pacific Shellfish Institute
Dan Cheney, Pacific Shellfish Institute

2016SSEC

Native clam population variability in the Salish Sea

Julie S. Barber, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
James McArdle, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
Casey Ruff, Skagit River System Cooperative
Camille Speck, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Doug Rogers, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

2016SSEC

Turning up the Heat on Sea Star Wasting DIsease

C. Drew Harvell, Cornell University
Morgan Eisenlord, Cornell University
Maya Groner, University of Prince Edward Island
Reyn Yoshioka, Cornell University
Mo Turner, Northeastern University
Natalie Rivlin, Cornell University

2016SSEC

Eelgrass Resilience and Climate Change in Puget Sound

Ronald Thom, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Amy Borde, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
John Vavrinec, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Kate Buenau, Pacific Northwest National Laborator
Sue Southard, Pacific Northwest National Laborator
Lara Aston, Pacific Northwest National Laborator
Jeffrey Gaeckle, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Dana Woodruff, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

2016SSEC

Sociocultural dimensions of ocean acidification and related changes in marine food systems, a community-based project with Squaxin Island Tribe

Melissa Poe, Washington Sea Grant Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Charlene Krise, Squaxin Island Tribe
Jamie Donatuto, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
Phillip S. Levin, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)

2016SSEC

Flood control structures in tidal creeks associated with reduction in nursery potential for native fishes and creation of hot-spots for invasive species

David Scott MRM

2016SSEC

Investigating mitigation for sediment acidification in Burrard Inlet, BC, Canada to support First Nation shellfish managment

Bridget Doyle, Tsleil-Waututh Nation
Leah Bendell, Simon Fraser University

2016SSEC

Physiological responses coupled with plankton productivity and chemical oceanographic monitoring in a dynamic coastal BC environment.

Helen J. Gurney-Smith Dr., Vancouver Island University
Wiley Evans Dr., Hakai Institute
Kayla Mohns Ms, Vancouver Island University
Caitlin Smith Ms, Vancouver Island University
Tamara Russell Ms, Vancouver Island University
Jeremy Mathis Dr, NOAA

2016SSEC

Biodigestion for reducing carbon emissions

Daryl B. Williams, Tulalip Tribes

2016SSEC

The socio-ecological system of razor clams and the Quinault Indian Nation: modeling the potential impacts of ocean change on a steadfast fishery

Katherine Crosman, University of Washington
Eleni L. Petrou, University of Washington
Merrill Rudd, University of Washington
Michael Tillotson, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Shuck It – Workshop Findings on Implementing Shell Recycling in Puget Sound

Philippa Kohn, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

2016SSEC

Vancouver: Leadership on Climate and Renewables

Ian Neville, City of Vancouver

2016SSEC

Assessing Local Adaptation and the Response to Ocean Acidification in Rock Scallops to Inform Aquaculture Practice

Natalie Lowell, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
Molly Jackson, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
Brent Vadopalas, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
Ryan Crim, Puget Sound Restoration Fund
Joth Davis, Puget Sound Restoration Fund
Lorenz Hauser, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
Brady Blake, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

2016SSEC

Emergency response mapping of Alexandrium cysts in the surface sediments of Hood Canal WA

Cheryl Greengrove, University of Washington - Tacoma Campus
Julie Masura, University of Washington, Tacoma
Stephanie Moore, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center

2016SSEC

Olympia Oyster Projects by MRCs for Conservation and OA Resilience

Cheryl B. Lowe, Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee
Ginny Broadhurst, Northwest Straits Commission

2016SSEC

Advancing adaptation through community engagement

Tina Whitman, Friends of the San Juans
Andrea MacLennan, Coastal Geologic Services

2016SSEC

Seasonal variation in aragonite saturation state in surface waters of Puget Sound – A pilot study

Mindy Roberts, WA Department of Ecology
Mya Keyzers, WA Department of Ecology
Greg Pelletier, WA Department of Ecology
Christopher Krembs, WA Department of Ecology
Simone Alin, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory

2016SSEC

Using stress resiliency to guide the restoration of kelp beds in the Salish Sea

Braeden WJ Schiltroth, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Sherryl R. Bisgrove, Simon Fraser University, Canada

2016SSEC

Tracking marine carbonate system variability in the northern Salish Sea

Wiley Evans, Hakai Institute
Brian P. V. Hunt, Hakai Institute, University of British Columbia
Jennifer M. Jackson, Hakai Institute
Alex A. Hare, Hakai Institute
Helen Gurney-Smith, Vancouver Island University
Jeremy T. Mathis, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Burke Hales, Oregon State University

2016SSEC

The ecomechanics of adhesion in marine mussels

Matthew N. George, University of Washington - Seattle Campus
Ben Pedigo, University of Washington - Seattle Campus
MacKenzie Edelsward, University of Washington - Seattle Campus
Rachel Boccamazzo, University of Washington - Seattle Campus
Emily Carrington, University of Washington - Seattle Campus

2016SSEC

Side channels along the lower Cedar River, Washington in the context of a regional floodplain assessment

Christopher Konrad, USGS Washington Water Science Center

2016SSEC

Introducing Hakai Institute’s northern Strait of Georgia and Discovery Islands Ocean Monitoring Program

Alexander Hare, Hakai Institute
Brian P. V. Hunt, Hakai Institute, University of British Columbia
Jennifer Jackson, Hakai Institute
Wiley Evans, Hakai Institute
Wayne Jacob, Hakai Institute
Ray Brunsting, Hakai Institute
Hakai Institute Oceanographic Team, Hakai Institute

2016SSEC

Mapping the Present to Recognize the Future: the Magnitude and Frequency of pH and ΩAr Variability in Washington State

Andrea J. Fassbender, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Simone R. Alin, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Christopher Krembs, Washington State Department of Ecology
Adrienne J. Sutton, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Richard A. Feely, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Jan Newton, University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory

2016SSEC

The Pseudo-nitzschia bloom of May 2015 - Impacts on culturally and economically important fisheries of the Quinault Indian Nation

Joe Schumacker, Quinault Indian Nation
Scott Mazzone, Quinault Indian Nation
Staci Bruce, Quinault Indian Nation

2016SSEC

Managing Active Forestry Lands for Increased Water Retention – A New Approach for Protecting Summer Water Supplies

Daron G. Williams, The Evergreen State College

2016SSEC

Impacts on oxygen and DIC of screened municipal wastewater in the Strait of Juan de Fuca

Jeremy Krogh, University of Victoria
Debby Ianson, Institute for Ocean Science
Roberta Hamme, University of Victoria
Christopher Lowe, Capital Regional District
Shirley Lyons, Capital Regional District

2016SSEC

Identifying potential marine climate change refugia in Canada’s Pacific: aspects relevant to the Salish Sea

Stephen Ban, University of Victoria
Hussein Alidina, WWF Canada
Thomas Okey, Ocean Integrity Research
Rachel Gregg, EcoAdapt
Natalie Ban, University of Victoria, Canada

2016SSEC

Nearshore Carbonate Chemistry at Shellfish Aquaculture Sites in the Northern Salish Sea

Eleanor Simpson, Simon Fraser University
Debby Ianson, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Simon Fraser University
Karen Kohfeld, Simon Fraser University
Kenny Scozzafava, Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Paul Covert, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Yves Perreault, Little Wing Oysters
Andre Comeau, Okeover Organic Oysters

2016SSEC

Modeling Ocean Acidification in Salish Sea with FVCOM-ICM

Laura Bianucci, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Wen Long, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Tarang Khangaonkar, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Greg Pelletier, Washington State Department of Ecology
Mindy Roberts, Washington State Department of Ecology

2016SSEC

Hakai Institute’s Oceanographic Program: Monitoring microbes in the northern Strait of Georgia

Rebecca S. Piercey, Hakai Institute
Colleen Kellogg, Hakai Institute, University of British Columbia
Brian P.V. Hunt, Hakai Institute, University of British Columbia
Hakai Institute

2016SSEC

Development of a Harmful Algal Bloom Risk Index for Puget Sound

Dana Woodruff, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Taiping Wang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Zhaoqing Yang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Stephanie Moore, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Jerry Borchert, Washington State Department of Health
Liz Maier, Washington State Department of Health
Guillaume Mauger, Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Using benthic foraminifera to track acidification in the Salish Sea

Elizabeth Nesbitt, University of Washington
Ruth Martin, University of Washington

2016SSEC

A High-resolution Hydrodynamic Model to Support Harmful Algal Bloom Monitoring in Puget Sound

Taiping Wang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Zhaoqing Yang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Guillaume Mauger, Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Role of Channel Banks in the Adjustment of the River Bed along the Elwha River

Kathryn G. De Rego, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5
J. Wesley Lauer, Seattle University, USA
Jane M. Walden, Seattle University, USA
Brett C. Eaton, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5
Marwan A. Hassan, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5

2016SSEC

Variable marsh resilience to stress offers clues to climate change adaptive management

Roger Fuller 3337490, Western Washington University
Katrina L. Poppe, Western Washington University
John Rybczyk, Western Washington University
Eric Grossman, U.S. Geological Survey
Chad Stellern, Western Washington University

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2016SSEC

Collaboration and Climate Action at the Local Scale

Linda Lyshall, San Juan Islands Conservation District

2016SSEC

Determination of the Anthropogenic Carbon Signal in the Coastal Upwelling Region Along the Washington-Oregon-California Continental Margin

Richard A. Feely, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Simone R. Alin, PMEL
Brendan Carter, University of Washington
Nina Bednarsek, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Integrating Salmon Recovery, Clean Water Act Compliance, Restoration, and Climate Change Impacts in the South Fork Nooksack River

Oliver Grah, Nooksack Indian Tribe
Steve Klein, EPA-ORD

2016SSEC

Coastal climate impacts to First Foods and Swinomish Community Health and Wellbeing

Jamie Donatuto, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
Sarah K. Grossman, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
Aundrea McBride, Skagit River System Cooperative
Eric Grossman, United States Geological Survey

2016SSEC

Using remote sensing data to assess salmon habitat status and trends in Puget Sound river deltas

Jason E. Hall, NOAA/NWFSC
Tim Beechie, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
George Pess, NOAA/NWFSC
Oleksandr Stefankiv, NOAA/NWFSC
Britta Timpane-Padgham, NOAA/NWFSC
Kurt Fresh, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Martin Liermann, NOAA/NWFSC
Mindy Rowse, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

2016SSEC

Examining the effects of different diets and Salinities on Tigriopus californicus copepods population growth

Martha N. Raymore, University of Washington Bothell
Megan N. Dethier, University of Washington - Friday Harbor Labs

2016SSEC

Using Situated Knowledge and Remote Sensing to Assess Climate Change Vulnerability for Coastal Ecosystems of High Cultural Importance

Darcy L. Mathews, University of Victoria
Joan Morris (Sellemah)
Nancy Turner (Sellemah), University of Victoria
Chief Ron Sam
Mark Salter
Reona Oda

2016SSEC

Assembling a multi species view of population level differentiation of marine life in the Salish Sea.

Gary A. Winans, NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Jon Baker, Mariner High School
V Barry, The Suquamish Tribe
D Kent, The Vancouver Aquarium
J West, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

2016SSEC

Metrics to support integrated coastal flood risk management and resilient ecosystem restoration across the floodplain-estuary-nearshore gradient

Eric Grossman, United States Geological Survey
Tim Beechie, NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Bil Labiosa, USGS

2016SSEC

Linking science to inform management of the nearshore environment

Kirsten Feifel, Washington State Department of Natural Resources

2016SSEC

Assessing the carbon pollution toolkit to tackle ocean acidification

Brad Warren, Working Group on Seafood and Energy

2016SSEC

Historical Abundance of the Harmful Dinoflagellate Alexandrium in a Sediment Core from Quartermaster Harbor, Puget Sound, Washington

Alison-Marie L. Johnson, University of Washington Tacoma
Julie E. Masura, University of Washington Tacoma
Cheryl L. Greengrove, University of Washington Tacoma

2016SSEC

The effect of interannual variation in oxygen concentration and temperature on euphausiid habitat availability in Hood Canal, WA, 2006-2015

Lingbo Li, University of Washington
Julie Keister, University of Washington
Tim Essington, University of Washington
Jan Newton, University of Washington
Allan Devol, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Local Inorganic Carbon Dynamics: Acidification Status in the Georgia and Juan de Fuca Straits

Ben Moore-Maley, University of British Columbia, Earth Oceans and Atmospheric Sciences
Debby Ianson, Institute for Ocean Science
Susan E. Allen, The University of British Columbia

2016SSEC

Pteropod shell dissolution as an indicator for ocean acidification monitoring in the Salish Sea

Nina Bednarsek Dr, University of Washington
Jan Newton Dr, University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory
Terrie Klinger Dr, University of Washington
Jessamyn Johnson, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Finding openings to balance flood protection and fish in the Lower Fraser

Rebecca Seifert, Simon Fraser University
Jonathan W. Moore, Simon Fraser University

2016SSEC

A Long-term Phytoplankton Monitoring Program for Central Puget Sound using Particle Imaging

Gabriela Hannach, King County Environmental Lab
Lyndsey M. Swanson, King County Environmental Lab

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2016SSEC

Reconstructing carbonate chemistry in deep waters of the southern Salish Sea

Simone Alin, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Andrea J. Fassbender, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Beth Curry, University of Washington Applied Physics Labor
Richard A. Feely, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Brendan Carter, University of Washington
Jan Newton, University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory
Allan Devol, University of Washington
Wendi Ruef, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Strengthening Flood Management and Climate Adaptation Through Regional Collaboration

Steve Litke

2016SSEC

Use of climatology data products to understand variation in the Salish Sea: The NANOOS Climatology App delivers

Jan Newton, University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory
Emilio Mayorga, University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory
Jonathan Allan, DOGAMI
Craig Risien, Oregon State University
Troy Tanner, University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory
Rachel Wold, University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory
Amy Sprenger, University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory

2016SSEC

Advances in OA science in Washington: A overview and summary from the Washington Ocean Acidification Center

Jan Newton, University of Washington - Seattle Campus
Terrie Klinger, University of Washington - Seattle Campus

2016SSEC

Long-term monitoring reveals the combined effects of local conditions and large-scale climatic drivers on water quality in a Salish Sea embayment.

Jude K. Apple, Padilla Bay NERR
Nicole Burnett, Padilla Bay NERR/Dept of Ecology
Heath Bohlmann, Padilla Bay NERR

2016SSEC

Nowhere to hide, nowhere to run! Adapting to Rising Sea Levels and Keeping it Green

Dave Murray
Eric Morris Mr,, KWL
Lawrence Francois Mr., KWL
David Roche, KWL

2016SSEC

Comparison of three pH sensors co-deployed in a high variability environment

Brooke Love, Western Washington University, USA
Heath Bohlmann, Padilla Bay NERR

2016SSEC

Trend analysis of shellfish biotoxin closures in Washington State

Adi Hanein

2016SSEC

Coalescing science for policy: Perspectives from a west coast ocean acidification and hypoxia science panel

Stephen B. Weisberg, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Authority
Francis Chan, Oregon State University
Alexandria Boehm, Stanford University

2016SSEC

A collaborative response to emerging threats to human health in the Salish Sea: Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning (DSP) and Azaspiracid Shellfish Poisoning (AZP)

Neil Harrington, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe
Nicolaus Adams, NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Brian Bill, NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Bich-Thuy Eberhart, NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Jerry Borchert, Washington State Department of Health
Vera Trainer, NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center

2016SSEC

Changing seasonal transitions within the zooplankton community in the Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.

Nicole Burnett, Padilla Bay NERR
Jude K. Apple, Padilla Bay NERR/Dept of Ecology

2016SSEC

Climate Change and the Growth and Ichthyotoxicity of Heterosigma akashiwo in the Salish Sea: Effects of Salinity, Temperature and Acidity

William P. Cochlan, Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, San Francisco State University, Tiburon, CA 94920
Christopher E. Ikeda, Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, San Francisco State University, Tiburon, CA 94920
Vera L. Trainer, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Seattle, WA 98112
Charles G. Trick, Department of Biology, Western University, London, Ontario, N6A 5B7, Canada

2016SSEC

A massive harmful algal bloom on the U.S. West Coast and the future of monitoring for early warning

Vera Trainer, NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Stephanie Moore, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Joint Office for Science Support. Visiting Scientist at Northwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA
Ryan Mccabe, University of Washington
Barbara Hickey, University of Washington
Raphael Kudela, University of California-Santa Cruz
Roman Marin, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
John Mickett, University of Washington, Applied Physics Laboratory
Christina Mikulski, Center for Coastal Environmental Health & Biomolecular Research, National Ocean Service, NOAA

2016SSEC

The Effect of Temperature on Depuration of the Pathogenic Vibrio anguillarum in the Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica)

Ziwen Ye, University of Maine

2016SSEC

Developing a high-resolution riverine thermalscape for the Puget Sound Basin

Andrew Gendaszek, U.S. Geological Survey
Melissa Foley, U.S. Geological Survey
Christian Torgersen, U.S. Geological Survey
Richard Dinicola, U.S. Geological Survey
Jeff Duda, U.S. Geological Survey

2016SSEC

Shell Dissolution of the Pteropod L. helicina in the Puget Sound

Jessamyn Johnson, University of Washington - Seattle Campus
Nina Bednarsek, University of Washington
Dr. Jan Newton, Washington Ocean Acidification Center

2016SSEC

Modeling the Effects of Forecasted Climate Change on Streamflow in the Nooksack River Basin

Robert J. Mitchell, Western Washington University
Ryan Murphy, Point No Point Tribal Council
Christina Bandaragoda, University of Washington
Oliver Grah, Nooksack Indian Triibe

2016SSEC

Investigating the power of kelp to mitigate ocean acidification

Betsy Peabody, Puget Sound Restoration Fund

Benthic foraminifera as indicators of environmental change at the sediment/water interface of Commencement Bay, Washington, U.S.A.

Ruth Martin, University of Washington
Elizabeth Nesbitt, University of Washington

Living Shorelines - a national movement to encourage soft shorelines to address resiliency

Nicole Faghin, University of Washington - Seattle Campus

2016SSEC

Integrated Modeling of Storm Surge, Waves and Tides to Support Coastal Flood Risk Management in Puget Sound

Zhaoqing Yang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Taiping Wang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

2016SSEC