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The Forsaken Fjord: Science, Society, and Biological Decline in Puget Sound v.1.1

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Title The Forsaken Fjord: Science, Society, and Biological Decline in Puget Sound v.1.1
Creator Rice, Casey
Subject watersheds watershed management ecological restoration anthropogenic activities environmental impact environmental degradation water
Description The Puget Sound Partnership Action Agenda (2008) proposes four basic questions: 1. What is a healthy Puget Sound (and how do we know if we are moving toward one)? 2. What is the status of Puget Sound and what are the biggest threats to it? 3. What actions should be taken that will move us from where we are today to a healthy Puget Sound by 2020? 4. Where do we start? Casey Rice will identify a science problem: Assessment that does not make the biological effects of human activity the primary... National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association's Mukilteo Research Station Watershed Program.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-03-26T00:02:55Z 2011-03-26T00:02:55Z 2009-12-01
Type Presentation
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16412
Language en_US

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