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The photos here are to illustrate common ORHAB activities such as clamming, sampling seawater, and researching plankton species that can lead to HABs.

Sampling | Clamming | Cells to Bloom

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Sampling
Brian Bill collecting phytoplankton using a fine meshed net (Photo courtesy of Jack Wekell, NMFS)
Nick and Brian taking a water sample (Photo courtesy of Jack Wekell, NMFS)
Anthony Odell filtering seawater for particulate domoic acid((Photo courtesy of Doug Simons, WDFW)
Rita Horner instructing Joe Schumacke and Anthony Odell on how to take a net tow sample (Photo courtesy of Vera Trainer, NMFS)

 

Clamming
Early commercial clam harvesting (Photo courtesy of WDFW)
Early recreational clam harvesting (Photo courtesty of WDFW)
Digging clams in the "good old days" (Photo courtesy of WDFW)
Quinault tribal diggers clamming on the surf (Photo courtesy of WDFW)

 

Single Cells to Blooms
Photomicrograph image of Pseudo-nitzschia australis (Rita Horner, University of Washington)
Microphotograph image of Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries and pungens (Photo courtesy of Carla Stehr, NMFS)
Photo of dense Pseudo-nitzschia bloom in Monteray Bay, CA. 1998 (photo courtesy of Vera Trainer, NMFS)

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