By: Jessica Payne, Environmental Assessment Program communications manager
Also in this editionEstuarine circulation is weak, so what gets into Puget Sound stays there. Mats of organic debris and red-brown algae blooms are prevelant throughout the Sound and just bake in the sun. Learn more about the Blob, jellyfish, and current Puget Sound conditions in this month's Eyes Over Puget Sound report.
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Eyes Over Puget Sound combines high-resolution photo observations with satellite images, ferry data from travel between Seattle and Victoria BC, and measurements from our moored instruments. We use a seaplane to travel between our monitoring stations because they are so far apart.
What's Eyes Over Puget Sound?
Once a month, we take photos of Puget Sound water conditions and turn those out, along with data from our stations, in the monthly Eyes Over Puget Sound report.
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