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    • Climate Variation and Natural Selection in Salmon: Simon and Garfunkel Were Right 

      Quinn, Thomas (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-02-14)
      Quinn will point out that many scientists have focused on the predicted global warming trend, and on the ecological processes. He will ask: what about the other effects of climate? And what about evolutionary processes? ...
    • Food Web Modeling Applications to Fisheries Managment 

      Beauchamp, Dave (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-01-15)
      Beauchamp will discuss how food web modeling can be applied to fisheries management. He will present several studies to illustrate food web models and how this information can be used to guide management decisions.
    • Green Lake Alum Treatment - Dose for a Decade 

      Zisette, Rob (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-12-02)
      Zisette will present a history of Green Lake water quality issues and solutions: 1. Watershed and lake characteristics. 2. Historical lake problems. 3. Early solutions, studies, and plans. 4. 1991 alum treatment. 5. ...
    • Lakes on the Edge: Consequences of Shoreline Urbanization in the Pacific Northwest 

      Francis, Tessa (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-02-14)
      Francis will address the question: What are the consequences of lakeshore development for aquatic habitats, communities, and food webs? She will describe research comparing developed lakes to undeveloped lakes. This research ...
    • Movement Patterns of Adult Sockeye Salmon in Lake Washington 

      Newell, Jenny (University of Washington Water Center, 2004-02-06)
      Newell will present the results of a study investigating the migration behavior of sockeye salmon in Lake Washington. In the study, fish were tagged at the Ballard Locks before they came into Lake Washington. Then they ...
    • 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.
    • Washington Water Resource: v.10:no.3(1999:summer) 

      Center for Urban Water Resources Management (University of Washington Water Center, 1999)
      Articles include: Sediment Budget of a Mixed-Use Urbanizing Watershed; Effects of Hydraulic Loadings and Temperature on the Pollutant Removal Efficiency; Restabilization of Stream Channels in Urban Watersheds; Evaluating ...