In addition to the citations provided on earlier pages, here are an assortment of important information including technical reports, news, resources, our key partners, journal publications, and videos in no particular order.
Select Journal Publications
Long term trends in forage fish use of the nearshore
Data summary: Long term trends in abundance and size of surf smelt Hypomesus pretiosus, Pacific herring, Clupea pallasii, and Pacific sand lance Ammodytes personatus from notes of video snorkeling surveys along the central Strait of Juan de Fuca January 2004-August 2019.
Forage fish and sea lice
Shaffer, J. Anne 2021. Piscine Orthoreovirus (PRV) and ectoparasites of young of the year juvenile herring, Clupea pallasii, of the Salish Sea. In:Osprey, The International Journal of Salmon and Steelhead Conservation. 98:pp.17-21 Literature Cited
Nearshore Ecosystem Services
Nearshore Fish Use Assessments (WDFW)
Marine Ecosystem Analysis (MESA) files
NetPen Proposal, Central Strait of Juan De Fuca July 2017
2016 CWI comment letter:
Link to Net Pen project details
Professor Larry Dill Net Pen Presentation:
Audio version only:http://soundcloud.com/mountainstone/dr-lawrence-dill-netpens
Elwha Nearshore and Other Workshop Proceedings PDF Downloads
Nearshore Articles Featuring Our Nearshore Work
Elwha Coastal Beaver Articles
The New Yorker article on the restoring Elwha River
National Geographic Feature On Elwha Nearshore
KNKX Return to the Salish Sea: The Elwha Nearshore
Elwha dam removals: A river (and nearshore) restored?
Restored expanse of beach near Elwha River shared with public
http://data.kitsapsun.com/projects/1980/04/27/elwha-river-project/ March 2016
An Undammed River’s Sediment Brings New Life Downstream KCTS March 2014
When Dams Come Down Salmon and Sand Can Prosper New York Times August 2015
Restoring the Elwha River Al Jazeera December 2014
Studying the Impermenance of Bluffs Sequim Gazette June 2014
Place Community References
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