NWAEP Lunch and Learn
City of Seattle Elliott Bay Seawall Project,
Habitat Monitoring Update
Wednesday, July 29, 2020, Noon – 1:00 pm
FREE for NWAEP Members; $5 non-members
The Elliott Bay Seawall Project is a major seawall replacement and habitat enhancement project located along the shoreline of Elliott Bay in downtown Seattle, Washington. Habitat restoration included constructing a fish migratory corridor and habitat enhancements in an urban waterfront environment.
Anchor QEA, LLC, and University of Washington biologists have been monitoring the habitat enhancements installed as part of the Elliott Bay Seawall project for the past three years (2018-2020) for the Seattle Department of Transportation. This presentation will summarize the results and initial successes, to date, of the increased light levels and intertidal corridor changes on macroalgae and invertebrate colonization and fish use and migration along the corridor. Current and upcoming work will also be presented.
Jason Toft, Merri Martz, Josh Jensen,
University of Washington Anchor QEA Anchor QEA
The presentation will be a WebEx and login information will be provided prior to the webinar.
Questions? Email Josh Jensen at firstname.lastname@example.org
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