From the monthly archives:

November 2008

Puget Sound Ship-Spotting, Online!

by Tim Flanagan on November 23, 2008

[Originally published October 23, 2008, at Navagear.] Thanks to BitterEnd for the tip. There’s a new AIS-on-the-web service that’s the “bee’s knees” for armchair harbormasters. MarineTraffic.com has a live ships map that plots almost-current AIS data onto Google maps. They cover several areas worldwide, including much of Puget Sound. So far, so good; but nothing […]

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Puget Sound Partnership Releases Draft Action Agenda

by Tim Flanagan on November 6, 2008

The Puget Sound Partnership today released a landmark draft Action Agenda, a roadmap for protecting, restoring and cleaning up Puget Sound. Two public meetings, both beginning at 9 a.m., will be held this month to solicit feedback: Nov. 11: Embassy Suites Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Triple Crown Ballroom, 15920 W Valley Highway, Seattle Nov. 21: Edmonds […]

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