May 22, 2013 — We're pleased to launch our revamped website, designed with a fresh new look, user-friendly navigation, and new features such as multi-media, blogs, cruise reports, and connections to social media. We hope you agree that we've met our goal of making it easier for you to explore our science, understand what we do, and find what you need.
May 22, 2013 — The discovery last month of an ocean-research drift bottle that had been wandering the Pacific since 1966, reminds us of a time when tracking ocean currents - and the fish that swim in them - was pretty low tech, but the best at the time. Ocean observation technology at the Center has come a long way since the mystery bottle was released.
May 17, 2013 — An image that captured an honorable mention in our recent photo contest also graces the cover of this month's special issue of the journal Environmental Microbiology. The journal also includes a study co-authored by Rohinee Paranjpye that demonstrates the first specific interactions between Vibrio (marine bacteria) and diatoms. Vibrio can contaminate seafood and cause deadly food-poisoning.
May 7, 2013 — We're pleased to announce the winners and honorable mentions of the NOAA Fisheries Northwest 2nd Annual photo contest. Staff from the Center and Regional Office submitted over 335 photos that captured the depth and breadth of our work in the Pacific Northwest.
Rhode, J., A. N. Kagley, K. L. Fresh, F. Goetz, T. P. Quinn. In press. Partial migration and diel movement patterns in Puget Sound coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch). Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.View more →
May 28, 2013 -- NWFSC Pre-Assessment Workshop Webinar , NWFSC Pre-Assessment Workshop WebinarFebruary 9-February 13, 2014 -- Larval Fish Nutrition Workshop , USDA-WRAC Larval Fish Nutrition Workshop