Researchers prepare a high-tech buoy at Squalicum Harbor in Bellingham on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, before launching it into Bellingham Bay to collect data to monitor the health of north Puget Sound and Salish Sea. The project is a collaboration of University of Washington, Western Washington University and Northwest Indian College.
Researchers prepare a high-tech buoy at Squalicum Harbor in Bellingham on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, before launching it into Bellingham Bay to collect data to monitor the health of north Puget Sound and Salish Sea. The project is a collaboration of University of Washington, Western Washington University and Northwest Indian College. Jan Newton/University of Washington Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Researchers prepare a high-tech buoy at Squalicum Harbor in Bellingham on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, before launching it into Bellingham Bay to collect data to monitor the health of north Puget Sound and Salish Sea. The project is a collaboration of University of Washington, Western Washington University and Northwest Indian College. Jan Newton/University of Washington Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

New high-tech buoy key to monitoring health of Bellingham Bay

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