Next on Nautilus: Dive in at Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary
The Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary is a biologically diverse and ecologically rich region that encompasses nearly 3,200 square miles of coastal and ocean habitats along the wild, remote and scenic Olympic Coast of Washington State. Learn more about how our team is working with researchers from OCNMS and the Quinault Indian Nation to study coral, sponge, and fish communities in deep sea canyons, and communities thriving near methane seeps.
Meet Corps of Exploration member Madison Dapcevich, in conversation with Lead Scientist Jenny Waddell and Nicole Harris of Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, and Joe Schumacker, Marine Fisheries Scientist with the Quinault Indian Nation. This event originally aired on September 22, 2020.
The Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary is a biologically diverse and ecologically rich region that encompases nearly 8,250-square-kilometers (3,200 square miles) of coastal an