Using specialized oceanographic moorings we design and build, we record long-term, real-time measurements to track the health and changes of coastal and inshore waters of the Pacific Northwest.

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New Real-time HABs website on NANOOS


The new Real-Time HABs website provides timely information on toxic harmful algal blooms in the Pacific Northwest. View the latest harmful algal bloom measurements from the Environmental Sample Processor (ESP), an underwater robot located on the NEMO mooring 13 miles off La Push, Washington.

2015 Puget Sound Marine Waters Overview (pdf)


A comprehensive look at Puget Sound marine conditions for the year 2015 is now available. Physical, chemical, and biological information ranging from large-scale climate variations to local biota monitoring are summarized to provide a thorough overview of Puget Sound conditions for 2015.

Successful deployment of Offshore ESP & Sub-Surface equipment.

Univerity of Washington News

Scientists with the University of Washington and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration deployed a new tool this week that will constantly be on the lookout for harmful algal blooms and their toxins off the coast of La Push, Washington.