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  • Crandell, Caren; Luiting, Victoria; Stanley, Stephen (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-11-03)
    The speakers will present a guide to implementing watershed approaches: 1. Do you have clear goals and can you stick to them? 2. Go get data on basin hydrology, hydraulics, geomorph and biology.3. Put the basin first, ...
  • Fox, Tom (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-10-31)
    Fox will discuss the following questions: 1. What is reclaimed water? 2. Why do we care? 3. What should we care about? He will ask: What problems are we trying to solve? Is the proposed solution the right one for the ...
  • Hirschey, Steve; Buscher, Mark (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-10-06)
    Steve Hirschey and Mark Buscher, both with King County, will provide an overview of reclaimed water: What it is and its benefits. They will describe where it is being produced and how it is being used locally. They will ...
  • Kiffney, Peter (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-02-14)
    Kiffney will discuss the dispersal, colonization patterns, and reproductive success of anadromous fish in native habitats. He will review the ecological effects of anadromous fish on populations, communities, and ecosystems. ...
  • Batker, David (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-02-24)
    Batker will discuss the social benefits of water in the Puget Sound. He will set the stage by reviewing economic background conditions, and then move on to propose a new way of considering ecological economics in this ...
  • Kaje, Janne; Wait, Micah (University of Washington Water Center, 2010-04-13)
    Janne Kaje will provide a brief introduction to the three-week series on salmon recovery planning, policy, science and implementation. The setting for the series is the Snoqualmie Watershed in eastern King County, where ...
  • Booth, Derek (University of Washignton Water Center, 2001)
    Cold-water fisheries can be strongly affected by elevated summertime stream temperatures. The determinants of stream temperature are relatively well understood in the abstract, but their quantification in any given watershed ...
  • Roberts, Mindy (University of Washington Water Center, 2005-02-17)
    Roberts will discuss riparian vegetation changes, and how these may contribute to Hood Canal's dissolved oxygen issues. She will present historical evidence of the shift in plants, based on pollen evidence in Lake Washington. ...
  • Lucchetti, Gino (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-05-20)
    Lucchetti will present an overview of King County monitoring and regulation programs. Specifically, he will discuss plans to assess the effectiveness of the county's efforts. He will move on to: 1. Explain the Critical ...
  • Anderson, Joseph H. (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-10-20)
    Joseph Anderson will begin with a brief history of efforts to colonize Chinook salmon, as well as some alternative hypotheses. Next, he will present a research project that examined the success of Chinook and coho salmon ...
  • Bolton, Susan; Berman, Cara H. (University of Washington Water Center, 2002-11)
    Through the Wood Compatibility Initiative (WCI), the Center for Streamside Studies at the University of Washington has undertaken a series of research efforts addressing production and protection of forest, fish, wildlife, ...
  • Manuwal, David A. (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-10-10)
    Manuwal will provide an introduction to riparian habitat, including its functions for wildlife. He will discuss how major concerns over the effects of harvesting and grazing has led to restoration efforts. Finally, he will ...
  • Sibley, Thomas; Bolton, Susan; Conquest, Loveday; Edwards, Rick; Fox, Martin J.; Gove, Nancy; Mode, Nicolle; Montgomery, David R.; O'Neal, Jennifer; Scholz, Jenna; Wall, Leslie (University of Washington Water Center, 1999-07)
    Forested landscapes in Washington State are managed by a state forest practice management system that includes Washington forest practice rules, Watershed Analyses and landowner landscape plans. One objective of the ...
  • Shellberg, Jeffrey (University of Washington Water Center, 1999-01)
    This fact sheet introduces riparian conversion monitoring. As more and more riparian habitat restoration projects are developed, there is an increased need to monitor the effectiveness of these projects. Therefore, ...
  • Mikkelsen, Kerri; Vesho, Ilir (University of Washington Water Center, 2000-03)
    This literature review covers a variety of factors that contribute to riparian soils. These factors include water, geomorphic processes, coarse woody debris, litterfall and decomposition, nutrient dynamics, and red alder. ...
  • Vano, Julie (University of Washington Water Center, 2010-02-17)
    Managing water resources for flood damage protection, irrigation, reliable navigation on riverways, and other services is an important function of federal water resource agencies. To determine whether programs are implemented, ...
  • Brown, Sally (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-05-27)
    Brown will present an overview of wastewater treatment. She will discuss the products of wastewater treatment: biosolids and reclaimed water. Next, she will outline the agricultural, bioenergy, and restoration and ...
  • Bolton, Susan (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-01-09)
    Bolton will present a history of the Engineers Without Borders program. She will outline their mission and review the UW Student Chapter history. One of the UW projects, a multi-faceted effort in Yanayo, Bolivia, will be ...
  • Austin, Glenn (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-02-13)
    Austin will present an overview of PATH, the Program for Appropriate Technology in Health. He will provide context for PATH's Safe Water Program, including water, sanitation, and hygiene issues. He will discuss water ...
  • Smith-Nilson, Marla (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-01-23)
    Smith-Nilson will present an overview of the water crisis facing the world. She will begin with a discussion of water as the world's top health problem. She will show the links between water and poverty. She will explain ...

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