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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.  Please see individually downloadable articles below in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format.  Other archived newsletters.

King County’s Lake Stewardship Program King County’s Lake Stewardship Program (862 Kb) by Sally Abella and Rachael Gravon
Water Resource Inventory Area 9 Stormwater Retrofit Project

Water Resource Inventory Area 9 Stormwater Retrofit Project (1.7 Mb) by Olivia Wright and Jim Simmonds

Evaluating PCBs in the Green River Watershed: Supporting the Duwamish Superfund Site Cleanup Evaluating PCBs in the Green River Watershed: Supporting the Duwamish Superfund Site Cleanup (937 Kb) by Debra Williston and Carly Greyell
2014 Water Year Summary 2014 Water Year Summary by Jeff Burkey (131 Kb)
2014 Science Seminar 2014 Science Seminar-Wednesday, November 5, 2014 (180 Kb)
Why are Lake Washington fish contaminated with PCBs? Why are Lake Washington fish contaminated with PCBs? (482 Kb) by Richard Jack and Jenee Colton
Equity and Social Justice Business Plan Statement The Science & Technical Support Section: Equity and Social Justice Business Plan Statement (116 Kb) by Larry Jones and Jim Simmonds

 

Download the full October 2014 SciFYI newsletter (3.7 Mb) in its publication format, printed on 8.5 x 11 inch pages. (8.3 Mb).

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

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