Watershed Review: v.4:no.2(2006:fall)
Center for Water & Watershed Studies
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Articles include: Developing a Global Perspective on Fresh Water; Snapshots of Research: Damages and costs of stormwater runoff in the Puget Sound region, Hydrodynamics of sloped-baffled culverts to aid juvenile salmon passage, Investigating the aquatic ecology of University Slough before and after the connection of Ravenna Creek.
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