Yuck, yuck, and yuck!

Stormwater continues to be the largest source of pollution in Puget Sound, and Laura James continues to provide such graphic imagery of this that the mainstream media is getting more engaged in the story. Of course it helps that Laura is quite articulate, even poetic, on the topic. Today we’ve added links to additional coverage […]

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SEA-Media eNewsletters

If you haven’t received the recent SEA-Media eNewsletter, Sign up for our free newsletter! We’ll keep you posted about the latest media and SEA-Media’s latest projects. For example, there are terrific new ways to get to know the world below the water’s surface.  SEA-Media’s web site brings these opportunities up to the surface where you can find […]

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Free Photos! Or a Needle in a Haystack?

Saturn

  SEA-Media.org aims at being a beacon in the frenetic hubbub of the internet — one-stop-browsing for anyone who was interested in media related to Pacific Northwest waters. As I was preparing a presentation for a science conference next week (Oct 26, 2011), I wanted some photos that illustrated things that we typically don’t see in […]

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Recent Media Articles

Ebb and Flow – A Japanese family and an Oyster

“Ebb and Flow” is a story about the Yamashitas, a three-generation family, known and loved as pioneers in the Washington’s shellfish industry.

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SEA-Media in 2018

Seven years ago, SEA-Media launched our first big project. Soon, SEA-Media will begin publishing media, not just reviewing it.

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Boat-based science for students

Through a program offered by Salish Sea Expeditions, these students conduct real scientific research, engage in STEM exploration and maritime skills training, and…

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Undersea Holiday Jam

Here’s a glimpse of some of our underwater neighbors celebrating the holiday.

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WSU features Kitsap Beaches and Streams

WSU Kitsap Extension Beach Naturalist and Stream Stewards YouTube channel.

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