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Puget Sound in Trouble: Can We Manage the Resotration of an Ecosystem?

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Title Puget Sound in Trouble: Can We Manage the Resotration of an Ecosystem?
Creator Ruckelshaus, William D.
Subject threatened species endangered species estuaries population growth water pollution climate change eutrophication conservation programs governmental programs and projects sustainable communities ecological restoration water
Description Ruckelshaus will discuss the challenges facing Puget Sound ecosystems, including threatened/endangered species, population growth, water pollution, eutrophication, and the effects of climate change. He will make the point that our health and the health of Puget Sound go together. Successful restoration efforts depend upon: 1. Coordinated effort by governments. 2. Economic and environmental harmony. 3. Mutual accountability. Finally, he will summarize solutions. Puget Sound Partnership. U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-04-12T20:18:31Z 2011-04-12T20:18:31Z 2007-10-30
Type Presentation
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16467
Language en_US

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