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Glider Deployment and Engagement

The WA Shelf glider, a collaboration between the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC), Oregon State University (OSU), and the Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) was deployed from 1-16 September 2022. The data revealed information on hypoxia that is very valuable for informing tribal crab harvests. Additionally, Jack Barth (OSU) coordinated with Joe Schumacker (QIN) to visit the Taholah school to interact with QIN students. Jack brought along the glider that had been just recovered, giving an interactive talk on gliders, data, and NANOOS. Photo credit: Quinault Indian Nation

Glider Deployment and Engagement

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Backyard Buoys Awarded Cooperative Agreement with NSF

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New NVS "Customization" Capability

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New Warm SST Anomaly

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Tracking Harmful Algal Toxin off WA Coast

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NANOOS Presentation for NOAA West Watch

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Empowering Coastal Indigenous Communities

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Multi-Stressor Observations and Modeling

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IOOS Role in Detecting Climate Effects at the Coast

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PNW HAB Bulletin Supports Tribal Access to Razor Clams

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Understanding the Marine Heat Wave in the Pacific Northwest

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How Different Are Conditions?

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