In light of global health concerns and the widespread cancellations of large gatherings, we recommend that you check directly with the organizer to confirm event status prior to attending.

Latest News for Strait of Juan de Fuca, WA, Washington Filter

Making a Marsh out of a Mud Pile

4/25/2024 by Param Bhatia

By Erica Gies. In San Francisco Bay, scientists are looking for a better way to rebuild flagging marshland. The water in California’s San Francisco Bay could rise more than two meters by the year 2100. For the region’s tidal marshes and their inhabitants, such as the endangered Ridgway’s rail and the salt marsh… SEE MORE

A New Electric-Powered-Boat Speed Record

4/24/2024 by Param Bhatia

By Kevin Falvey. Princeton Electric Speedboating, in coordination with Flux Marine, achieved a record speed for an electric-powered boat. On October 26, 2023, a team of engineering students at Princeton University—Princeton Electric Speedboating—set a new world record of 114.20 mph for an electric-powered boat. The famed pro-outboard hydroplane Big Bird ran on… SEE MORE

Close-Up 4k Underwater Shot Of Beautiful Bluestriped Grunt ( Swim Above Coral Reef In Tropical Sea At Summer.

Adult Fish Struggle to Bounce Back in Marine Protected Areas

4/23/2024 by Param Bhatia

By Age matters when determining how to protect life in the ocean; every population needs a strong cohort of adults to produce the next generation. But many marine protected areas (MPAs) are falling short of their most basic purpose: to rebuild struggling fish populations. In a new study published… SEE MORE

A Dutch Architect’s Vision of Cities That Float on Water

4/22/2024 by Param Bhatia

By Kyle Chayka.  In a corner of the Rijksmuseum hangs a seventeenth-century cityscape by the Dutch Golden Age painter Gerrit Berckheyde, “View of the Golden Bend in the Herengracht,” which depicts the construction of Baroque mansions along one of Amsterdam’s main canals. Handsome double-wide brick buildings line the Herengracht’s banks,… SEE MORE