King County SciFYI Newsletter
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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. Past SciFYI newsletters are rich in science and you can find them in our archived newsletters. Individual articles are published in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format and authors cited.
Fecal bacteria levels in regional waters – are we making progress?
by Tim Clark
Puget Sound salinity: why it matters
by Kimberle Stark
Measuring sedimentation on kokanee spawning beds to inform effective restoration
by Wafa Tafesh
A tale of two environmental engineers: the evolving relationship between humans and beavers
by Jen Vanderhoof
Not all synthetic turf fields are the same when it comes to water quality
by Jenée Colton
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Download the full February 2020 SciFYI Newsletter (6.7 MB) in its publication format for printing on letter size pages.