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The section’s intent and purpose is to promote the use and understanding of our scientific data and information and to educate and share knowledge on the “value and benefits” of Environmental Sciences.

Articles are based on current activities in the Science and Technical Support Section’s work program.  For past work, see our archived newsletters. Individual articles are published in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format and authors cited.

Cooling down streams: addressing warm summer water temperatures in Green River Tributaries

Cooling down streams: addressing warm summer water temperatures in Green River Tributaries (291 Kb) by Andrew Miller and Chris Knutson

Science Section Successfully Completes Major Federal Research Grants

Science Section Successfully Completes Major Federal Research Grants (71 Kb)

Lake Sammamish Water Quality Response to Land Use Change

Lake Sammamish Water Quality Response to Land Use Change (1.1 Mb) by Rachael Gravon and Deb Bouchard

It’s all about stream bugs

It’s all about stream bugs (608 Kb) by Chris Gregersen

How to calculate the benefits of planting trees to help meet carbon reduction goals How to calculate the benefits of planting trees to help meet carbon reduction goals (486 Kb) by Jen Vanderhoof
2015 Annual Science Seminar

2015 Annual Science Seminar Thursday, November 5th (264 Kb)

Science and Technical Support Section Drought Monitoring Science and Technical Support Section Drought Monitoring (1.1 Mb)

 

Download the full September 2015 SciFYI Newsletter (3.8 Mb) in its publication format for printing on letter size pages.

For more information about the SciFYI Newsletter, please contact Larry Jones, Senior Water Quality Planner, WLRD Science, Monitoring and Data Management.