Recently the Made In Puget Sound Live Stream Crew performed some vital, interactive, live streaming, non-invasive scientific underwater research, in real-time, far below the surface of Elliott Bay. As the water temperature hovered near 52º with a very mild current, we explored and revealed rarely seen wildlife on the sea floor, including Tubesnout eggs on Bull Kelp. Also spotted was a Lingcod resting on the boulders that make up this artificial reef. As usual our audience participated and asked important and interesting questions in real time. We will be returning to this area very soon. You may also watch this and other videos of our live underwater research on YouTube.
Shot on location in Elliott Bay, Seattle, Washington. Water temp: 52º, Air temp: 78º, Average depth: 43'.