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King County's SciFYI: A digest of current natural science issues in King County

All articles are based on activities that are currently in the Science and Technical Support Section’s work program. All files are provided in Adobe Acrobat format.

» Read the current issue of the SciFYI Newsletter. Individual articles can be downloaded below.


King County Flood Magnitude Map Preliminary Assessment for January 2009 Flood Magnitudes for King County Watersheds
by Jeff Burkey and Kyle Comanor, P.E, Article 1002-1.
View of earth from space. Climate Change Impacts on River Flooding: State-of-the-Science and Evidence of Local Impacts, by Curtis DeGasperi, Article 1002-2 .
Large woody debris at Stuck River revetment 2009 Year 1 Post-Construction Monitoring of the Stuck River Drive Revetment Repair, White River, by Ray Timm and Sarah McCarthy, Article 1002-3.
Flood house from Tolt River Flood in 2006. Focus on Flooding, Article 1002-4.
Man under umbrella - water year 2009 Happy water year 2010!, by Jeff Burkey, Article 1002-5.


Download the full February 2010 SciFYI newsletter in its publication format, printed on 8.5 x 11 inch pages. (2.7 mb pdf file)

For questions about the SciFYI Newsletter, please contact Larry Jones, Senior Water Quality Planner, Science and Technical Support Section.