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Lessons from the Front: Working in the Real World - a Seminar Led by Professional Engineers and Fisheries Scientists from the WA Section of the American Water Resources Association

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Title Lessons from the Front: Working in the Real World - a Seminar Led by Professional Engineers and Fisheries Scientists from the WA Section of the American Water Resources Association
Creator Klug, Jacqueline Peterson, Beth Steward, Cleve Sturtevant, Peter
Subject water resources wetland conservation ecosystem management environmental engineering fisheries management water management habitat conservation salmon water water quality career planning hydrology nonpoint source pollution water pollution pollution control stormwater management employment opportunities writing skills water policy water supply
Description Klug will provide an overview of the American Water Resources Association. Next, each panelist will describe their educational and work backgrounds. They will also describe a variety of projects they have managed. Finally, they will offer career advice to the students in the audience. Washington State Department of Ecology. HDR Engineering, Inc. Steward and Associates, LLC. CH2M Hill. American Water Resources Association.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-04-07T00:30:03Z 2011-04-07T00:30:03Z 2008-01-22
Type Recording, oral
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16458
Language en_US

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