Miles G. Logsdon 
School of Oceanography

Research
Seattle Waterfront
Seattle Waterfront
Fist Time for the Spider
Fist Time for the Spider
Puget Sound Regional Systhesis Model
The Puget Sound Regional Synthesis Model (PRISM) is an collabrative modeling program for integrated science at the University of Washington.

Puget Sound Marine Environmental Model
The Puget Sound Marine Environmental Modeling project (PSMEM) coordinates the development of oceanographic, coastal, and nearshore models within the Puget Sound region.

Strategic and Practical Use of Remotely Sensed Data in Emergency Management
The Strategic and Practical Use of Remotely Sensed Data in emergency Management project is focused on developmental and operational integration of monthly hazard analysis tools from satellite based remotely sensed data.

Puget Sound Nearshore Ecosystem Restoration Project
The Nearshore Science Team (NST) is the science advisory partnership providing guidance to the activities of the Puget Sound Nearshore Ecosystem Restoration Project (PSNERP)

Columbia River Basin Stream Habitat Remote Sensing
The Columbia River Basin Stream Habitat Remote Sensing (CRBRS) investigates the application of remotely sensed data in support of fish habitat and survial modeling efforts.

Coastal Ocean Remote Sensing

This broad category of research includes investigations into the in-water optical characteristics of coastal and nearshore waters, estimates of water-leaving radiance, and the acquisition and processing of both digital aerial multispectral images and satellite remotes sensing data used in ocean color research.