From cities to rural and wild areas, Kevan Moffett wants to better understand the role of water on the planet.
WSU scientists discover coho salmon die, chum salmon survive in polluted stormwater.
The free livestreaming event will take place 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 11.
By Eric Sorensen, WSU News
VANCOUVER, Wash. – Washington State University researchers have found that salmon face a double whammy when they swim in the stormwater runoff of urban roadways.
It is estimated that 75 percent of contamination in the Puget Sound is unwittingly produced by citizens — via commercial wastewater, sewage treatment plants, stormwater runoff from roads and paved surfaces, construction and other activities.
By Gene Patterson, WSU Public Health/Water Quality
Whether we work or live next to a stream, lake or miles away from either, our everyday actions affect water quality.
By Scott Weybright, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences
SEATTLE – Community workshops to design a “blue greenway” to help the South Park and Georgetown neighborhoods adapt to rising tides associated with climate change will be held Sept. 22-24 at Seattle Community College’s Georgetown campus in C222.