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

Show simple item record Horner-Devine, Alex 2011-06-02T22:56:18Z 2011-06-02T22:56:18Z 2008-02-14
dc.description.abstract 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. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher University of Washington Water Center en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries 2008 Annual Review of Research;Horner-Devine
dc.subject rivers en_US
dc.subject Columbia River en_US
dc.subject coastal water en_US
dc.subject brackish water en_US
dc.subject Washington en_US
dc.subject Oregon en_US
dc.subject river water en_US
dc.subject Pacific Ocean en_US
dc.subject water analysis en_US
dc.subject hydrobiology en_US
dc.subject sampling en_US
dc.subject hydrologic models en_US
dc.subject water en_US
dc.subject seawater en_US
dc.subject primary productivity en_US
dc.subject lotic systems en_US
dc.subject ecosystems en_US
dc.subject aquatic habitat en_US
dc.title Plume Soup: How a Dash of River Water Affects Washington's Coastal Ecosystem en_US
dc.type Presentation en_US
dc.type Recording, oral en_US

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