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Part 2: Katmai sea otter research trip 2017

Dr. Shawn Larson, the Aquarium’s curator of conservation research, was recently part of the team for the Southwest Alaska Network’s (SWAN) Nearshore Vital Signs monitoring program 10-day research trip. The eleven participating researchers were affiliated with the United States Geologic more »

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Part 1: Katmai sea otter research trip 2017

Dr. Shawn Larson, the Aquarium’s curator of conservation research, was recently part of the team for the Southwest Alaska Network’s (SWAN) Nearshore Vital Signs monitoring program 10-day research trip. The eleven participating researchers were affiliated with the United States Geologic more »

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Seattle Aquarium staff participate in Washington State’s annual sea otter survey

Last July, three Aquarium staff members participated in the annual Washington sea otter survey, marking 13 years of our participation since the annual survey began in 1989. They were joined by representatives from the U.S. and Washington Fish & Wildlife more »

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Seattle Aquarium staff members participate in sea otter research

In August of 2011, three Aquarium staff members participated in a Washington sea otter capture effort with partners from U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and Monterey Bay Aquarium in a range-wide, three-year federal study of sea otter more »

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Seattle Aquarium staff members participate in sea otter research

The Aquarium’s Curator of Conservation Research Shawn Larson and Biologist Caroline Hempstead spent September 17 and 18 observing sea otter foraging off the Washington Coast. Shawn’s description of the experience is below: We looked for sea otters in the waters more »

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