SAFS is involved in many collaborative partnerships with research programs and groups across the campus, the region, the nation, and the world. Learn more about our research programs (listed below) and the impact they have on scientific research.

In addition, SAFS faculty and NOAA Fisheries have a partnership to fund graduate students working on stock assessment and resource economics for fisheries management. Scientists at NOAA are also supporting the work of two of our faculty members, Chris Anderson and Trevor Branch, on these topics.

salmon spawning in alaskaAlaska Salmon Program

Directors: Thomas Quinn, Ray Hilborn, and Daniel Schindler

The Burke Museum Ichthyology Collection

Curator: Luke Tornabene

Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST)

Director: Julia Parish

Columbia Basin Research

Directors: Jim Anderson and John Skalski

CoralChange

Director:  Jacqueline Padilla-Gamiño

The Freshwater Initiative

Director: Gordon Holtgrieve

Friday Harbor Laboratories

Director: Megan Dethier

The Molecular Ecology Research Lab

Directors: Lorenz Hauser and Kerry Naish

Ocean Modeling Forum

Directors: Phil Levin and Tessa Francis

Today’s Farmed Fish

Lead Researcher: Chris Anderson

UW Program on Climate Change

Director: Becky Alexander

The Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Unit Leader: Sarah Converse

Assistant Unit Leader: Mark Scheuerell

Western Regional Aquaculture Center (WRAC)

Director: Graham Young

The Wetland Ecosystem Team

Director: Charles “Si” Simenstad

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