• 2019 Lecture Series - Puget Sound Mussel Monitoring

    Puget Sound Mussel Monitoring – Long-term Active Biological Monitoring of Nearshore Contaminants

    Presenter: Jennifer Lanksbury, Wildlife Biologist, WDFW

    Mussels (Mytilus edulis) are highly efficient filter feeders which means toxic contaminants entering the nearshore environment show up in their tissues. Hear more about how these shellfish are being monitored through the collaborative efforts of conservation organizations, citizen science volunteers and government partners – and what we’re learning from the results!