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3D Seascape Visualization: Developing 3D Models of Marine Invertebrates of the Salish Sea

Cathryn Rose Brandon, University of Victoria

Changing behaviors to reduce the impact of vehicle leaks

Tiffany J. Odell, Pierce County

2016SSEC

The Power of Place: The role of place-based pedagogy, culturally-infused curriculum and inter-generational education in Native Environmental Science

Emma S. Norman, Northwest Indian College

2016SSEC

Gathering Stakeholders: Education about the Salish Sea Ecosystem for Vancouver's Adult Residents

Deborah Simpson, Royal Roads University

2016SSEC

Developing oil spill early-reconnaissance programs in existing citizen-science programs

Jerry Joyce, Moon Joyce Resources
Toby Ross, Seattle Audubon Society

2016SSEC

Session Moderator and Introductory Remarks

Steve Hollenhorst, Western Washington U., Huxley College of the Env.

2016SSEC

Crab Team: Addressing an agency mandate with citizen science

Jeffrey Adams, Washington Sea Grant Program
Emily Grason, University of Washington - Seattle Campus
P. Sean McDonald, University of Washington - Seattle Campus
Kate Litle, Washington Sea Grant, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Local Perspectives on the Shoreline Monitoring Toolbox

Cheryl B. Lowe, Jefferson County Marine Resources Committee

2016SSEC

“Great Bear Sea” Film: First Nations & British Columbia Partner on Marine Plans for BC’s North Pacific Coast

Karen Anspacher-Meyer, Green Fire Productions

2016SSEC

Puget Sound Spill Kit Incentive Program - A community based social marketing approach to stormwater outreach

Ann Boyce Ms., ECOSS
John Loyd Mr., ECOSS
Kelvin Kong Mr., ECOSS

2016SSEC

Growing clams and growing Indigenous scholars: developing a research agenda for the Salish Sea Research Center

Marco Hatch, Northwest Indian College

2016SSEC

The impact of a research vessel on student understanding of the Salish Sea

Ardi Kveven, Everett Community College

2016SSEC

Developing a Citizen Science Monitoring Program

Jason R. Morgan, Northwest Straits Foundation

2016SSEC

The Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program

Ken Dzinbal, Puget Sound Partnership

2016SSEC

Creating a Culture of Shoreline Stewardship in Puget Sound

Erica Bates, Washington State University
Bob Simmons, Washington State University

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2016SSEC

How citizen science informs science, management, and volunteer objectives

Jason Toft, University of Washington - Seattle Campus
Leska Fore, Puget Sound Partnership
Casimir Rice, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Todd Hass, Puget Sound Partnership
Barbara Bennett, WSU Island Co Beach Watchers

2016SSEC

Shore Friendly in the Salish Sea: Lessons learned from working with homeowners and real estate professionals

Heather Trim

2016SSEC

Active Biomonitoring: Using Transplanted Mussels to Assess Contaminants in the Salish Sea’s Nearshore Habitats

Jennifer A. Lanksbury, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
Laurie A. Niewolny, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
Andrea J. Carey, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
Sandra M. O'Neill, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
James E. West, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

2016SSEC

Telling Stories: Designing Effective Data Visualization and Climate Change Communication Tools

Ilon E. Logan, Environmental Science Associates
Carol MacIlroy, Carol MacIlroy Consulting

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2016SSEC

Tools for Citizen Science Management at a Small Non-Profit

Betsy Carlson, Port Townsend Marine Science Center

2016SSEC

Collaboration between Coast Salish Tribal and Non-Tribal Organizations: A Case Study in Reconciliation

Elizabeth Joffrion, Western Washington University

2016SSEC

Physical Monitoring of the Long-term Effectiveness of a Puget Sound Beach Restoration Project

Jonathan F. Waggoner, Coastal Geologic Services
Jim Johannessen, Coastal Geologic Services

2016SSEC

Citizen contributions to the science and monitoring of bull kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana) in Puget Sound, WA

Lucas Hart, Northwest Straits Commission

2016SSEC

Can Volunteer-Based Programs Be Effective in the Green Stormwater Revolution?

Erica S. Guttman, Washington State University

2016SSEC

Greening Real Estate Professionals: A Model for Landowner Engagement through Effective Education for Brokers & Appraisers

Erica S. Guttman, Washington State University
Robert Simmons, Washington State University

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2016SSEC

Citizen Science Data: Relevant, Rigourous and Valid

Aileen Jeffries, Pacific Biodiversity Institute

2016SSEC

Coming full circle: using data collected by mariners to mitigate vessel-related threats to cetaceans

Tessa Danelesko, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre

2016SSEC

Designing Environmental Outreach for Stormwater BMPs

Liz Freyman, BC Ministry of Environment

2016SSEC

A Unique Role for Citizen Science in the Ecological Restoration of Streams in the Salish Sea Ecosystem.

Patrick M. Edwards, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon

2016SSEC

Monitoring and the San Juan Marine Stewardship Area Plan

Marta Branch, San Juan County Marine Resouces Committee
Janna Nichols, Reef Environmental Education Foundation

2016SSEC

The impact of a research vessel on student understanding of the Salish Sea

Robin Araniva, Ocean Research College Academy (ORCA)
Ardi Kveven, Ocean Research College Academy (ORCA)

2016SSEC

Developing locally-driven (shoreline) monitoring programs in the Salish Sea (and beyond)

David Sale, ECO Resource Group, LLP

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2016SSEC

Introduction to Oceanography: A focus on science communication through inquiry-based techniques

Robin Araniva, Ocean Research College Academy (ORCA)

2016SSEC

Citizen Science, Data Quality and Participant Experience: Stacking Functions

Julia Parrish, University of Washington
Hillary Burgess, Universitiy of Washington
Erika Frost, University of Washington

2016SSEC

Shifting Baselines in the Pacific Northwest: the Story of Pacific Herring and the observations of San Juan County Fishers

Byron Rot, San Juan County Salmon Reocvery

2016SSEC

The Salish Sea Studies Institute at Western Washington University

Bert H. Webber Dr, Western Washington University, USA

2016SSEC

SoundIQ: a mapping tool for Northwest Straits citizen science projects

Ginny Broadhurst, Northwest Straits Commission
Suzanne Shull

2016SSEC

Teaching and Research at Northwest Indian College from a Student Perspective

Amy R. Irons, Northwest Indian College

2016SSEC

A Tale of Two Yard Care Programs: Lectures and Lawn Coaches

Ann Marie Pearce Mrs., Thurston County

2016SSEC

The Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network: Collaborative environmental surveillance, adaptation decision making, and integration of monitoring programs

Thomas A. Okey, University of Victoria
Michael Y. Brubaker, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

2016SSEC

Monitoring of Enterococcus in Bellingham Bay Through Citizen Science

Emily Holm, Surfrider Foundation
Angelica Kahler, Surfrider Foundation
Eleanor Hines, Surfrider Foundation

2016SSEC

Volunteer-assisted monitoring of a significant private bulkhead removal

Jeffrey Adams, Washington Sea Grant, University of Washington
Brenda Padgham, Bainbridge Island Land Trust
Jason Toft, University of Washington
Kyra O'Neil, Western Washington University
Kate Litle, Washington Sea Grant, University of Washington

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2016SSEC

LakeWise: Motivating and Inspiring Clear Choices for Healthy Lakes

Peggy Campbell, Snohomish County Public Works, Surface Water Management

2016SSEC

Citizen Science Intertidal Monitoring Program Compares Shoreline Restoration Sites at Boulevard Park, Bellingham, Washington

Eleanor Hines, Whatcom Marine Resources Committee
Doug Stark, Whatcom Marine Resources Committee
Atina Casas, Whatcom Marine Resources Committee

2016SSEC

New Tools for a United Front

Jenny Baker, The Nature Conservancy

2016SSEC