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Special Student Edition

The articles in this special edition of SciFYI were written by students in the 2010 King County YouthSource Summer Environmental Water Resources class sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration, and the King County Work Training Program. The program was conducted in partnership with King County’s Department of Natural Resources and Parks, along with the King County Superior Court and the Highline School District.  Please see individually downloadable articles below in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format.  Other archived newsletters.

Lulu Carpenter at the Cedar River Watershed Thoughts, Observations and Discoveries - King County YouthSource Summer Environmental Water Resources Class by By Luzviminda Uzuri “Lulu” Carpenter, Article 1009-1
About the class

Class Overview by Roger Rigor, Article 1009-2

 Puget Sound Collective Water Poem by the YouthSource class, Article 1009-3
 Class at the Ballard Locks Ballard Locks by William Myles, Article 1009-4
 YouthSource class practising CPR YouthSource CPR by Ron R. Roman, Article 1009-5
 Author examining bugs Bug Monitoring by Dominique Sharteer, Article 1009-6
 Class at Cedar River watershed Cedar River Watershed by Nasir Sheikh, Article 1009-7
 Marine life at the Seattle Aquarium Seattle Aquarium by Lee Cavett, Article 1009-8
 Shark and jellyfish Marine Ecosystem by Emer Gonzales, Article 1009-9
 Class at King County's South Treatment Plant control room. South Wastewater Treatment Plant by Jonathon Laws, Article 1009-10


Download the full September 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.