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    2021

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    Vignette 19: Invasive European Green Crab, Jeff Adams, Emily Grason, P. Sean McDonald, Allen Pleus, Jude Apple, Roger Fuller, Lucas Hart, and Alexandra Simpson

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    Vignette 23: Indigenous Management Systems Can Promote More Sustainable Salmon Fisheries in the Salish Sea, William I. Atlas, Natalie C. Ban, Jonathan W. Moore, Adrian M. Tuohy, Spencer Greening, Andrea J. Reid, Nicole Morven, Elroy White, William G. Housty, Jess A. Housty, Christina N. Service, Larry Greba, Sam Harrison, Katherine IR Butts, Elissa Sweeney-Bergen, Donna Macintyre, Matthew R. Sloat, and Katrina Connors

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    Vignette 10: Biological Repercussions from Microplastics in the Salish Sea, Ashley Bagley and Iris Kemp

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    Vignette 12: The Blob, Nicholas Bond

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    Section 7: The Future of the Salish Sea? A Call to Action, Ginny Broadhurst, Natalie Baloy, and Kathryn L. Sobocinski

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    Vignette 03: Birds of the Salish Sea, Rob Butler

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    Vignette 21: How Ecological Time-Series Inform Response to Stressors, Jackson W.F. Chu

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    Vignette 14: Eelgrass Wasting Disease, Olivia Graham, Morgan Eisenlord, and Drew Harvell

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    Vignette 17: Salish Sea Jellyfish, Correigh Greene

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    Vignette 07: Stormwater Effluent Exerts a Key Pressure on the Salish Sea, Emily Howe

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    Vignette 20: Fraser River Estuary in Need of Urgent Intensive Care, Laura Kehoe and Tara G. Martin

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    Vignette 13: The Salish Sea Model, Tarang Khangaonkar P.E.

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    Vignette 18: Bellingham Bay, Legacy Contamination Under Repair, Olivia Klein

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    Vignette 09: Derelict Fishing Gear, Jason Morgan

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    Vignette 11: Ecological Consequences of Built Shorelines in the Salish Sea, Stuart H. Munsch

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    Vignette 5: Blocking Culverts Impact Salmonid Survival, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission

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    Vignette 16: Vulnerability and Climate Change Adaptation, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission and Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe

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    Vignette 02: Lower Trophic Levels in the Salish Sea, Ian Perry

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    Section 1: Introduction, Kathryn L. Sobocinski

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    Section 2: Context, Kathryn L. Sobocinski

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    Section 3: Urbanization and Human Impacts to the Seascape, Kathryn L. Sobocinski

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    Section 4: Climate Change: A Global Problem With Local Impacts, Kathryn L. Sobocinski

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    Section 6: Opportunities for Improving Assessment and Understanding of the Salish Sea, Kathryn L. Sobocinski

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    State of the Salish Sea: Executive Summary, Kathryn L. Sobocinski

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    The State of the Salish Sea, Kathryn L. Sobocinski

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    Section 5: Cumulative Ecosystem Effects, Kathryn L. Sobocinski, Jennifer Boldt, Todd Sandell, Jaclyn Cleary, Michael Schmidt, Isobel Pearsall, Iris Kemp, Brian Riddell, and Lynda V. Mapes

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    Vignette 15: Eelgrass Variations Ties to Sea Level Variations, Ronald Thom

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    Vignette 06: Living Shorelines in Puget Sound, Jason Toft

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    Vignette 04: Olympia Oysters, Jodie Toft and Betsy Peabody

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    Vignette 22: Sense of Place, David J. Trimbach

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    Vignette 08: Connection to Place: Indigenous Leadership in səlilwət (Burrard Inlet), Tsleil-Waututh Nation’s Treaty Lands and Resources Department

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    Vignette 01: The Salish Sea Estuary System, Bert Webber