Weekly phytoplankton data is collected at each SEATT site and uploaded to the SoundToxins database. Once the Tribes begin sampling shellfish for toxins …

Learn more about PSP, shellfish identification, regulatory standards, and how other Monitoring groups are using weekly phytoplankton data to enhance state regulatory authority.

With the changes in ocean chemistry due to climate change, Southeast Alaska has been deemed one of the “high risk” …

Partners for projects include the Southeast Alaska tribal environmental programs, federal agencies, universities, and private industry. All partners share a common goal …

The Environmental Research Lab supports the ongoing monitoring efforts of the Southeast Alaska Tribal Ocean Research partnership by analyzing biotoxin samples …

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