Archives for October, 2009
Interesting to see the Holt et al, 2009, paper still in the popular press. This article provides a nice summary and connects the study to the proposed orca-vessel regulations. http://www.seattlemet.com/issues/archives/articles/orcas-salmon-1109/
This story makes it clear to me that Oregon is WAY ahead of Washington on dam removal. Whether it’s breaching of small dams like Savage Rapids or open discussion of lower Snake River Dam removal, Oregon is setting an inspirational pace in the 21st century. All this is coming from a region/State where the spotted [...]
I recently learned about a new initiative that is wirelessly networking environmental sensors on buoys around the Salish Sea. Developed by a wireless company called Intellicheck/Mobilisa in Port Townsend, most of the buoys provide real-time weather data, video, and/or surface water measurements. The NPB-1 buoy, however, offers real-time profile data from north-central Puget Sound (temperature, [...]
Interesting news of an agreement about dam removal by ~2019 on the Klamath River. The cooperation exhibited by disparate stake-holders mimics what happened with the Elwha, but might inspire hope for more complex basins like the Columbia because the cooperation occurred across a interstate border (OR/CA). Let’s hope CA manages to come up with the [...]
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