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Ecology provides the high-quality science that is the foundation of Washington state environmental policy. Our monitoring, assessment, and modeling services provide a data-rich understanding of our state’s land, air, and water. We provide access to that data through reports, databases, maps and user-friendly online tools.

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Ecology provides the high-quality science that is the foundation of Washington state environmental policy. Our monitoring, assessment, and modeling services provide a data-rich understanding of our state’s land, air, and water. We provide access to that data through reports, databases, maps and user-friendly online tools.

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Climate change publications and reports
Links to all Ecology climate change publications, sorted by year.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Link-Assets/Climate-change/Climate-publications
QuincyWWTFtmdl
TMDL Fact Sheet for the Quincy Industrial Waste Treatment Facility
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Doc-Assets/Water-quality/TMDLs/Quincy-Waste-Treatment-Facility-TMDL
Air quality studies
Information about air quality studies we conduct.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Research-Data/Scientific-reports/Air-quality-studies
Scientific descriptions of species: benthic invertebrates in Puget Sound
We study creatures in Puget Sound sediments. We classify them to observe marine habitat changes.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Research-Data/Monitoring-assessment/Puget-Sound-and-marine-monitoring/Scientific-descriptions-of-species
Marine algae & plankton
Marine algae blooms are overgrowths of plankton. They can look like a spill in the water.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Research-Data/Monitoring-assessment/Puget-Sound-and-marine-monitoring/Marine-algae-plankton
Jellyfish in Puget Sound
Jellyfish numbers may be increasing in Puget Sound. You can help us monitor them.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Research-Data/Monitoring-assessment/Puget-Sound-and-marine-monitoring/Jellyfish
Eyes over Puget Sound
We use aerial photos and data from our monitoring stations and ferries to report on Puget Sound.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Research-Data/Monitoring-assessment/Puget-Sound-and-marine-monitoring/Eyes-over-Puget-Sound
Mapping Puget Sound bluffs and beaches
We collect topographic data about Puget Sound beaches and bluffs.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Research-Data/Monitoring-assessment/Coastal-monitoring-assessment/Projects/Mapping-Puget-Sound-bluffs-and-beaches
Manning's n calculator
An Excel/VBA program to calculate Manning's n (or depth) from cross-section data for trapezoidal or rectangular channels based on equation 14.32 in Chapra's Surface water quality modeling textbook.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Link-Assets/Research-Data/Manning-s-n-calculator-zip
Freshwater Aquatic Plants Manual
An illustrated guide to some of the more common freshwater aquatic plants found in Washington, such as hydrilla, milfoil, pondweeds, bladderworts, and more.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Link-Assets/All-ECY/Freshwater-aquatic-plants
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) publications
Quality Assurance documents that outline scientific procedures and standards
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Link-Assets/Research-Data/Standard-Operating-Procedure-(SOP)-publications
Story Maps: Sediment Quality in Puget Sound
This series of colorful, interactive story maps describes the work of our Marine Sediment Monitoring Team. These scientists conduct long-term monitoring to assess and determine change over time in the condition of Puget Sound sediments and the animals that live in them.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Link-Assets/Puget-Sound/Sediment-story-map
State Agency Greenhouse Gas Emissions Calculator
State agencies use this calculator to determine and report their greenhouse gas emissions.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Doc-Assets/Climate-change/Reducing-carbon-pollution/StateAgencyGHGCalculator
BMP Effectiveness Database
Literature review of BMP Effectiveness conducted to help choose effectiveness study priorities.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Doc-Assets/About-Us/Accountability-Transparency/Partnerships-committees/Stormwater-Work-Group/BMP_Effectiveness_Database
January 15, 2013: Final fish consumption rates technical support document
Former Ecology Director Ted Sturdevant's 2013 transmittal letter announcing release of final fish consumption rates technical support document (version 2.0).
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Doc-Assets/Regulations-Permits/Guidance-technical-assistance/Fish-Consumption-Rates/20130115SturdevantFCRTechSupportDocV2
November 5, 2012: Fish Consumption Technical Review Meeting
Meeting summary from Nov. 5, 2012, technical review panel meeting to discuss the revised version of the Fish Consumption Technical Report V.2, hosted by Washington State Department of Ecology.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Doc-Assets/Regulations-Permits/Guidance-technical-assistance/Fish-Consumption-Rates/20121105FCRTechReviewMtngForV2
July 16, 2012: Ecology's approach to fish consumption standards in Washington state
Former Ecology Director Ted Sturdevant's 2012 transmittal letter announcing Ecology's approach to fish consumption standards in Washington state.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Doc-Assets/Regulations-Permits/Guidance-technical-assistance/Fish-Consumption-Rates/20120716SturdevantFCRApproachToStandards
August 30, 2012: Fish consumption rates technical support document [draft Version 2]
Former Ecology Director Ted Sturdevant's 2012 transmittal letter announcing release of fish consumption rates technical support document [draft Version 2.0].
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Doc-Assets/Regulations-Permits/Guidance-technical-assistance/Fish-Consumption-Rates/20120830SturdevantFCRTechSuppDraftV2
November 27, 2012: Fish Consumption Technical Review Meeting
Meeting summary from Nov. 27, 2012, technical review panel meeting to discuss the revised version of the Fish Consumption Technical Report V.2, hosted by Washington State Department of Ecology.
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Doc-Assets/Regulations-Permits/Guidance-technical-assistance/Fish-Consumption-Rates/20121127FCRTechReviewMtngForV2
Received through January 18, 2012: Comments on Ecology's Fish Consumption Rates Technical Support Document (Version 1)
Comments received through January 18, 2012, in response to Ecology's Fish Consumption Rates Technical Support Document (Version 1).
https://ecology.wa.gov/Asset-Collections/Doc-Assets/Regulations-Permits/Guidance-technical-assistance/Fish-Consumption-Rates/20120118FCRCommentsForVersion1
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