VIDEO — 'Tides of Change' explores the health of ocean waters off North Olympic Peninsula
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OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK released this video, "Tides of Change," a new Science Minute Movie by the North Coast and Cascades Science Learning Network.
“Tides of Change” takes viewers behind-the-scenes of Olympic National Park with coastal ecologist Steve Fradkin as he traverses “one of the most wild, scenic coastlines in North America” to monitor the health of the park's rocky intertidal community.
This 14-minute video documents ongoing scientific monitoring and explores how climactic changes are altering the conditions and chemistry of the North Olympic Peninsula's rocky intertidal zone.
Last modified: March 17. 2014 12:39AM