Will Climate Change Impact Water Supply and Demand in the Puget Sound?
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Palmer will discuss the impact of climate change on the Puget Sound region. He will consider potential changes to temperature, precipitation, water demands, stream flows, water temperature, floods, sediment loads, and vegetation. He will examine the impact of climate change on the region's water supply system, and will forecast changes in water demands. He will also address impacts on salmon.
- The Water Center 
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