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Ferries for Science: Technology hitches a ride to better understand Puget Sound

State marine scientists collaborated to install a high-tech water monitoring sensor on the hull of the 64-car Salish ferry.

WWU, Ecology team to train future cleanup experts
As a college student, Susannah Edwards toured the Everett Shipyard cleanup site on Port Gardner Bay. Now she's working on cleaning up the shipyard as an Ecology employee.
Update about making Puget Sound a No Discharge Zone for vessel sewage

We've asked the EPA to make the Puget Sound off limits to discharging sewage from vessels.  

Earth… pass it on: Ecology’s joint project with the creator of The Twilight Zone
For many of us who sat glued to our black and white television sets for a half hour once a week in the early 1960s, the voice is immediately recognizable
Earth ... pass it on: Tackling Toxics

Toxic chemicals pose an immediate health threat to children. Preventing exposure is the smartest, cheapest, and healthiest way to protect people and the environment.

Studying Puget Sound benthos
Our sediment team scientists examine the benthic community condition throughout Puget Sound and look at changes over time.
New science sheds light on Puget Sound dissolved oxygen

Two new reports evaluate the influence of people, climate, and the Pacific Ocean on oxygen levels in South and Central Puget Sound, as well as the larger Salish Sea.

Working together in Whatcom County to understand the manure-groundwater connection
This is a story about a gracious landowner who was willing to work with us so we could better understand connections between the use of manure on land and nitrate in groundwater.
Let’s Talk Science: A pH Solution
We are all familiar with the term acid and we often hear about the pH scale, but what does it really mean? It is a delicate dance at the molecular level. Let's break it down.
When soap and water are not a good thing

Soap isn’t the answer when there’s an oil spill.

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