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Olympic Sculpture Park: Year 3 monitoring of shoreline enhancements

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Title Olympic Sculpture Park: Year 3 monitoring of shoreline enhancements
Creator Toft, Jason D. Ogston, Andrea Heerhartz, Sarah D. Cordell, Jeffery R. Armbrust, Elizabeth A. Levy, Claire
Description In January 2007 the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park (OSP) opened at a site along Seattle’s urbanized Elliott Bay shoreline. The park includes enhanced shoreline features designed to benefit juvenile salmon and other organisms. A pocket beach and habitat bench were created in shallow nearshore waters, vegetation was planted in the uplands, and coarse‐grained sediments and driftwood were placed on the beach. These features replaced the relatively unproductive armored seawall and... Seattle Public Utilties
Date 2011-08-30T22:40:12Z 2011-08-30T22:40:12Z 2010-09
Type Technical Report
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/17091
Language en_US
Relation AFS;UW-1002

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