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Jan. 5, 2015 Ecology's Marine News: EYES OVER PUGET SOUND

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2014 in pictures:
In 2014, Puget Sound and Hood Canal behaved distinctly different in temperature and dissolved oxygen. In Puget Sound, generally warmer conditions, abundant and diverse algal blooms, and large pools of organic material persisted along with lower oxygen, high jellyfish abundances, and a lot of suspended sediment. On the other hand, Hood Canal was colder, more oxygenated, and algae blooms were rare.

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We hope the images are inspiring and informative.

With best regards,
Christopher and the Marine Monitoring Unit