Data Visualization

Data visualization is the interpretation of information in the form of graphs, charts, diagrams and interactive displays. These visualizations provide insights for data-informed decision making, allowing for improved accuracy and making data easier for audiences to understand.
Data visualization is the interpretation of information in the form of graphs, charts, diagrams and interactive displays. These visualizations provide insights for data-informed decision making, allowing for improved accuracy and making data easier for audiences to understand.

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Voices For The Yakima Basin: "The Future We Want"
We asked Michael Garrity of American Rivers and Trout Unlimited's Lisa Pelly to share their thoughts about the Yakima Basin Integrated Water Resource Management Plan
Even on the 'dry side' we can have healthy streamsides
Riparian restoration experts face many challenges including poor seedling survival, slow tree growth, disconnected floodplains, livestock damage, and competition from noxious weeds.
Big gains in snowpack, but still below normal

Before the infamous 2019 snowpocalypse hit, some of the state’s water supply experts were experiencing mild heartburn over the outlook of water supply for the year.

Curtailments come to the Chehalis River basin

We have notified 93 junior water right holders in the Chehalis River basin that their access to surface water for irrigation is curtailed.

Is this a typical La Nina year?

We’re keeping an eye on La Niña conditions and how the water year will stack up.

Acquavella adjudication winding down
While drought has plagued the state in recent years, its toll in the Yakima Valley has been a concern for many generations.
5 tips for homeowners to prevent stormwater pollution
Here in the Puget Sound, we are exceptionally sensitive to stormwater pollution. But before we get overwhelmed, let's focus on what we do.
31 years of Hanford cleanup
May 15 marks a special anniversary for our Nuclear Waste Program — 31 years of Hanford cleanup under the Tri-Party Agreement.
Cleaning up Hanford: Much progress, a lot left to do
This is the last week on the job for Nuclear Waste Program Manager Alex Smith. Before Smith heads off to her next adventure, however, she reflected on her last five years heading the program.
Join us for Let's Talk About Hanford!
For our first topic in the series, we’re going to look at the history of the Hanford Site, starting before the government chose the area for plutonium production, through the end of World War II.