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Minorities Are More Vulnerable to Wildfires

Review of Levin & Poe, Conservation for the Anthropocene Ocean, in Journal of Political Ecology

Keeping Science in Perspective: Lessons from Haida Gwaii

Genetic Research is the Next Step to Help Recover Endangered Orcas

March for science; stand as a community

A bright spot in Puget Sound: Sealife-nurturing eelgrass beds are holding steady

How Prof. Phillip Levin Works

Herring work group connects science and tradition

The real value of our national-park system is conservation

To be sustainable, conservation needs to consider the human factor

A Seattle Biologist’s Cookbook Research

Interdisciplinary inspiration: Special journal edition honors multitalented UW alum, NOAA economist

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2015/02/150211-herring-decline-british-columbia-fishery-seabirds-environment/

Gooseneck barnacle, anyone? Biologist studies seafood recipes to gauge our relationship with sea

Rise of the Ratfish in Puget Sound

The Pacific’s perilous turn

Searching For The Mysterious Sixgill Sharks of Puget Sound

Kosher is good for seafood sustainability

2 UW scientists lead effort to craft ‘blueprint’ for holistic fisheries management

The fisheries scientist who saw the future

Keeping Ecosystems Afloat in a ‘Sea of Tipping Points’

Increasing pressure to harvest small fish worries scientists

Something fishy There are more salmon in the Columbia River. Not everybody is happy

Seafood Ethics, Or Why I Don’t Eat Squid