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How to Save Puget Sound

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Title How to Save Puget Sound
Creator Fletcher, Kathy
Subject estuaries Washington pollution control nongovernmental organizations population growth water pollution food webs urban runoff habitat destruction sewage oil spills climate change endangered species threatened species eutrophication stormwater management pollution control habitat conservation sustainable communities ecological restoration environmental law water
Description Fletcher will present an overview of People for Puget Sound, including their mission statement, tools they employ, and partnerships. She will describe current threats to Puget Sound ecosystem health, such as population growth, pollution, runoff, habitat loss, sewage, oil, and climate change. She will also describe the effects of these threats on the Sound as well as on people. Finally, she will describe efforts to restore Puget Sound to health. People for Puget Sound.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-04-12T18:12:16Z 2011-04-12T18:12:16Z 2008-03-11
Type Presentation Recording, oral
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16465
Language en_US

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