Author Archives: Darcie Larson, Community Engagement Manager

Learn about the Superfund site in our collective backyard

Right across Elliott Bay from the Seattle Aquarium is the mouth of Seattle’s only river, the Duwamish River. Did you know that the Lower Duwamish is a Superfund site? Declared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2001, this more »

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NOAA Orca Research: Finally, the Waiting Pays Off

Seattle Aquarium Community Engagement Manager Darcie Larson recently had the opportunity to assist scientists from NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center with their research on the local endangered orca population, the Southern Resident killer whales, which consist of J, K and more »

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NOAA Orca Research: Still Waiting For Whales

Seattle Aquarium Community Engagement Manager Darcie Larson recently had the opportunity to assist scientists from NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center with their research on the local endangered orca population, the Southern Resident killer whales, which consist of J, K and more »

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NOAA Orca Research: Waiting For Whales

Seattle Aquarium Community Engagement Manager Darcie Larson recently had the opportunity to assist scientists from NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center with their research on the local endangered orca population, the Southern Resident killer whales, which consist of J, K and more »

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