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Plume Soup: How a Dash of River Water Affects Washington's Coastal Ecosystem

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Title Plume Soup: How a Dash of River Water Affects Washington's Coastal Ecosystem
Creator Horner-Devine, Alex
Subject rivers Columbia River coastal water brackish water Washington Oregon river water Pacific Ocean water analysis hydrobiology sampling hydrologic models water seawater primary productivity lotic systems ecosystems aquatic habitat
Description Horner-Devine will present research investigating the impact of river water on biological productivity in the Pacific Ocean along the Washington-Oregon coast. River water contribution is approximately 0.02% of the shelf waters, yet the effect of this small dash or river water seems to be significant. Horner-Devine will discuss the physical properties, sampling, and modeling of river plumes.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-06-02T22:56:18Z 2011-06-02T22:56:18Z 2008-02-14
Type Presentation Recording, oral
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16563
Language en_US
Relation 2008 Annual Review of Research;Horner-Devine

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