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PNW HAB Bulletin Supports Tribal Access to Razor Clams

Members of the Quinault Indian Nation were able to harvest clams on the Washington coast for the first time since fall 2020. Joe Schumacker, Quinault Department of Fisheries, states that "access to weekly HAB monitoring data and guidance from the PNW HAB Bulletin gave us the confidence to go forward with a tribal dig at Mocrocks this week." These PNW HAB Bulletins are produced through the ORHAB Partnership, of which NANOOS is a partner, and allow coastal managers to better protect marine mammal health and shellfish safety by assessing HAB risk in the Pacific Northwest. The PNW HAB Bulletins and near real-time data can be found on the NANOOS Real-Time HABs app. Photo Credit: David J. Ruck, NOAA

PNW HAB Bulletin Supports Tribal Access to Razor Clams

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Oregon Shelf Buoy Redeployed

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Columbia River Estuary Buoy Redeployed

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NANOOS Presentation for NOAA West Watch

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New Tsunami Preparedness Capability

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New Ecosystem Forecast

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ICOOS Reauthorization Act Signed into Law

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New Award for Sensors to Map Ocean Carbon Chemistry

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New Award for Innovative HAB Sampling

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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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Updated GOA-ON Website Launched

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