1. Please report on the starfish you see on dives... (and on the beach)
    Upload a picture of the beach (topside) where you saw sick stars to instagram with the hashtag #sickstarfish This will put it on a map we are putting together. You will need to make sure geolocation is "on" and you are uploading from the site (not from your house). We are also working on a manual add for the site, but that is not up and running yet. If you dive at a site that has no sick seastars please upload #nosickstarfish that way we can get a baseline as well, and actually see spread over time. Tidepool walkers are also encouraged to become involved as the purple and orange starfish are often visible on low tides and you will be able to see both healthy and sick sea stars, as it is sometimes hard to tell the difference out of water, just take a picture of the starfish and upload it to instagram/twitter/facebook with the #beachstarfish and we'll forward the picture on to the experts. All data collected will be made readily available to researchers.
    This is where data will be showing up in real time at sickstarfish.com
    Enter more data at the MARINe (Multi Agency Rocky Intertidal Network) page
    Vancouver Aquarium Sea Star Wasting survey
    (Pick one as they are sharing information)
    Site: Cove 1, Seacrest, West Seattle, Washington State.
    Video: Laura James
    Dive Buddy: Lamont Granquist
    Camera: Gopro Hero 3 Black
    Lights: Light & Motion SOLA 2000 X 2

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  2. Spawning pink salmon near the washout on Index-Galena road.

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  3. These are not small fish. It is a large school of Pinks waiting for the rains...

    Stay tuned for the full video!!!!!

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  4. a small stormwater outfall in west seattle

    To learn more about stormwater visit tox-ick.org

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  5. The Clean Water Act took effect 40 years ago Thursday. In 1972, stormwater pollution was nowhere near a top priority. Today, it's taken the lead as the top water contaminator. How bad is it? Puget Sound diver Laura James takes us where nobody wants to go -- inside a stormwater outfall -- to get an upclose look.

    Produced, narrated, and edited by
    Katie Campbell

    Underwater videography by
    Michael Bendixen
    Laura James

    Above water videography by
    Katie Campbell
    Michael Werner
    Greg Davis

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