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June 14, 2017 Active Oceans: How the ECHO Program is working to reduce the impact of vessel traffic on whales in the Salish Sea
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ARTICLE DESCRIPTION:

Coming up June 22, the Whale Trail is presenting "Active Oceans: How the ECHO Program is working to reduce the impact of vessel traffic on whales in the Salish Sea. The presentation will take place at 7pm at Dakota Park Place Building, 4303 Dakota Place SW, Seattle.

The Enhancing Cetacean Habitat and Observation (ECHO) Program is a Vancouver Fraser Port Authority-led initiative aimed at better understanding and managing the impact of shipping activities on at-risk whales throughout the Salish Sea.

Krista Trounce, the ECHO Program Project Manager, will present how the ECHO Program is working with national and international collaborators to develop mitigation measures that will lead to a quantifiable reduction in potential threats to whales as a result of shipping activities.

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