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Browsing Environmental and Forest Sciences, School of by Subject "threatened species"

Browsing Environmental and Forest Sciences, School of by Subject "threatened species"

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  • Shellberg, Jeffrey; University of Washington Water Center (University of Washington Water Center, 2002-01)
    This fact sheet introduces the bull trout, a threatened species in the Pacific Northwest. The fact sheet reviews their appearance, distribution, life history, basic biology, and factors leading to population decline. Further ...
  • Plummer, Mark (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-10-24)
    Benefit-cost analysis is as natural to economists as breathing—which sometimes gets us into trouble when we try to ply our trade in a data vacuum. In the data-poor real world, the practice of benefit-cost analysis often ...
  • Hood, Greg (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-04-21)
    This seminar describes a variety of ecological, geomorphological, and hydrodynamic studies that are currently underway in the Skagit Delta, in Washington State, and describes how they are being applied to planning and ...
  • Fletcher, Kathy (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-03-11)
    Fletcher will present an overview of People for Puget Sound, including their mission statement, tools they employ, and partnerships. She will describe current threats to Puget Sound ecosystem health, such as population ...
  • Ruckelshaus, William D. (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-10-30)
    Ruckelshaus will discuss the challenges facing Puget Sound ecosystems, including threatened/endangered species, population growth, water pollution, eutrophication, and the effects of climate change. He will make the point ...
  • Brewer, Scott (University of Washington Water Center, 2006-10-17)
    Brewer will present the Hood Canal Coordinating Council's approach to salmon recovery planning. He will outline recommended actions impacting hatcheries, harvest, and habitat. In particular, he will focus on land use and ...
  • 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.

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