It’s a calamity that threatens Washington state’s $270-million-a-year shellfish industry. And it has the Taylors — after a century-plus producing shellfish in the Evergreen State — exploring every potential angle to steel their mollusks against the corrosive effects of ocean acidification.
FRISCO — Biologists looking at 40 years of fisheries data from Puget Sound have documented a dramatic shift in marine species. Key fish in the food chain, like herring and smelt, have declined, while the number of jellyfish has increased… Read More ›
Editor’s Note: The gray whale is currently in migration from their summer feeding grounds in the Artic Ocean to their birthing and breeding grounds in Mexico. To follow a gray whale’s migration route and for more about the dangers these… Read More ›