Welcome to the Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program

The Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program is a collaboration of state, federal, tribal and local government agencies, non-governmental organizations, watershed groups, business, academic researchers, local integrating organizations, and other private and volunteer groups and organizations - all dedicated to monitoring environmental conditions in Puget Sound.  The objective of PSEMP is to create and support a collaborative, inclusive, and transparent approach to regional monitoring and assessment that builds upon and facilitates communication among the many monitoring programs and efforts operating in Puget Sound. PSEMP’s fundamental goal is to assess progress toward the recovery of the health of Puget Sound. (see About Us)
 

News and Announcements

  • Steering Committee meets September 13, 2016 PSEMP's Steering Committee will convene on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 at 10:00am for a regularly scheduled meeting.  The meeting is at the Center for Urban Waters (326 East ...
    Posted Sep 13, 2016, 10:59 AM by Jennifer Haegele
  • PSEMP workshops in lieu of July and August Steering Committee meetings PSEMP's steering committee is NOT convening for its regular meetings in July and August 2016.  (You can delete calendar items for July 12 and August 9 if these found ...
    Posted Jul 12, 2016, 10:06 AM by Scott Redman
  • Ken Dzinbal (literally) sails into retirement Ken Dzinbal, PSEMP's coordinator for the past 5 years, is retiring from state government service effective July 2016.  PSEMP and the Puget Sound Partnership have benefited greatly from Ken ...
    Posted Jun 29, 2016, 11:02 AM by Scott Redman
  • Second PSEMP Quarterly Newsletter issued Want to know what's going on with PSEMP's technical work groups?  Curious about the latest observations related to this unprecedented warm and dry year?  Check-out PSEMP's ...
    Posted Aug 6, 2015, 3:56 PM by Ken Dzinbal
  • Scott Powell elected Steering Committee Chair Scott Powell, a member of the Steering Committee since its inception, was elected Chair of the Steering Committee at our July meeting, to succeed Heather Kibbey who retired as of ...
    Posted Aug 6, 2015, 3:53 PM by Ken Dzinbal
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