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    • Soils for Salmon - The Relationship Between Soil and Water 

      Marx, Josh; Bary, Andy; Jackson, Sego; McDonald, David; Wescott, Holly (King County Department of Natural Resources, 1999-09-01)
      Soil degradation and water pollution are widely recognized as major environmental problems. Less widely recognized is that soil and water are interconnected. Soils for Salmon is a project promoting the conservation of ...
    • Solving Water Issues Through Social Entrepreneurship 

      Mayberry, Craig (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-03-27)
      Mayberry will consider the following questions: What is social entrepreneurship? Why does it exist? How can it help solve issues related to water? What are some challenges and next steps? He will also answer audience ...
    • Spices in Puget Sound and in Seattle's Sewage Effluent 

      Keil, Rick (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-02-14)
      Keil will describe his research measuring spices in Puget Sound. Puget Sound sees seasonal inputs of specific spices, such as vanilla, cinnamon, and thyme. Essentially, what we eat winds up in Puget Sound. Spices can be ...
    • The Status of Washington State’s Forest Practice Habitat Conservation Plan: Its Origin, Objectives and Possible Value for Different Landowners 

      Calhoun, John (2005-11-01)
      Partial Abstract: The purpose of Washington State Forest Practice Rules is to regulate certain forest operations – especially harvesting and road construction – on private lands to protect public resources. These public ...
    • Stormwater and Salmon: Assessing the Ecological Impacts of Non-Point Source Pollution 

      Scholz, Nathaniel L. (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-04-11)
      Scholz will discuss one of the major threats to our oceans: non-point source pollution. He will discuss the effects of non-point source pollution on Pacific salmon.
    • Stormwater Management 

      Unknown author (University of Washington Water Center, 2004-01)
      This fact sheet introduces stormwater management. It reviews the following methods of managing stormwater: peak-discharge control, duration control, detention ponds, infiltration ponds and bypass pipelines.
    • Stormwater Performance of Permeable Pavement Systems 

      Booth, Derek; Brattebo, Benjamin; Friebel, Jennifer (University of Washington Water Center, 2004-01)
      This fact sheet introduces permeable pavements as a solution for stormwater management. First, background information is presented about urban stormwater runoff. Next, a study is described, where a permeable pavement test ...
    • Strategic Planning for Water Rights Acquisitions in the Columbia Basin: an Assessment of Regional Streamflow Response to Climate Change 

      Donley, Erin (University of Washington Water Center, 2010-02-17)
      The Columbia River Basin provides numerous water-ecosystem services through its natural flow regime. Wildlife in the basin, including salmon, are evolutionarily adapted to changes in the seasonality of the river’s flow. ...
    • Stream Size Mediates the Ecological Effects of Bear Predation on Salmon 

      Quinn, Tom (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-02-16)
      Quinn will describe a study of salmon predation by bears in Alaska. The study looked at the controls on the number and proportion of salmon killed in a creek each year. Quinn will outline the observed patterns: 1. Bears ...
    • Streamside Runoff: v.10:no.1(1998:winter/spring) 

      Center for Streamside Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 1998)
      Articles include: Urban Stream Rehabilitation; Interactions of Salmon, Bear, and Riparian Vegetation; Residence Time of Large Woody Debris; Effects of Mine Effluent.
    • Streamside Runoff: v.10:no.2(1998:summer/fall) 

      Center for Streamside Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 1998)
      Articles include: Methods of Measuring Light Availability; Social Construction of a Watershed.
    • Streamside Runoff: v.11:no.2(1999:summer/fall) 

      Center for Streamside Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 1999)
      Articles include: Conifer Regeneration; River Regulation and Salmonid Growth; Lummi Nation Riparian Research.
    • Streamside Runoff: v.12:no.1(2000:winter/spring) 

      Center for Streamside Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 2000)
      Articles include: Nutrient Dynamics in Alaskan Streams; Urban Stream Monitoring; Environmental Impacts of Mining.
    • Streamside Runoff: v.12:no.2(2000:summer/fall) 

      Center for Streamside Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 2000)
      Articles include: Eastside Stream Temperatures; Channel Migration Zones; Restoration with a Biological Focus.
    • Streamside Runoff: v.13:no.1(2001:winter/spring) 

      Center for Streamside Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 2001)
      Articles include: Return of the Salmon; Salmonid Movement through Culverts; Wastewater Treatment Wetland.
    • Streamside Runoff: v.13:no.2(2001:summer/fall) 

      Center for Streamside Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 2001)
      Articles include: Land Use and Water Quality; LWD; Agriculture and Salmon.
    • Streamside Runoff: v.14:no.1(2002:winter/spring) 

      Center for Streamside Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 2002)
      Articles include: Hyporheic Research on the Queets; Fish Contamination on the Methow; Regional Riparian Management Cooperative.
    • Streamside Runoff: v.14:no.2(2002:summer/fall) 

      Center for Streamside Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 2002)
      Articles include: CSS Merges into New Center; Salmon Nutrients and Insects; Restoration of Stream Crossings.
    • A Survey of Ditches Along County Roads for Their Potential to Affect Storm Runoff Water Quality 

      Colwell, Shanti; Horner, Richard R.; Booth, Derek B.; Gilvydis, Dalius (University of Washington Center for Urban Water Resources Management, 2000-07)
      Twenty years of research have demonstrated that the water quality of stormwater runoff can improve after flowing in a well-vegetated channel, relatively slowly, at a depth below the vegetation height. These channels are ...
    • Survey of International Opportunities for Alaska Softwood Producers 

      Eastin, Ivan; Braden, Rosemarie (9/1/2001)
      The export segment of Alaska's forest products industry is characterized by its supply of high-quality Sitka spruce, western hemlock, western red cedar, and Alaska (yellow) cedar, all highly valued in domestic and export ...