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3rd
South Sound
Science Symposium (S4)
South Puget Sound
S4 Planning Committee
• Andy Haub, City of Olympia
• Christina Donehower, People for Puget Sound
• Dayv Lowry, Department ...
S4 Financial Sponsors
Other S4 Supporters
S4 Live Blog
• www.squaxin-nr.org
S4 Poster
Abstracts
• www.psp.wa.gov/southsoundscience.php
Poster Titles
• Status and Trends in Fecal Pollution in
South Puget Sound Shellfish Growing
Areas: 2009 Update
• The Washi...
• South Puget Sound Nutrient Loading:
Magnitudes and Sources
• South Puget Sound Sediment Quality In
Comparison to Other A...
• An Environmental Indicator for Puget
Sound Tributary Low Flow Trends
• Intra-annual Trends in Fecal Coliform
Bacteria Po...
• Amphibian response to alternative
riparian buffer treatments in the first
post-harvest year: The Type N
Experimental Buf...
• Prioritizing aquatic lands statewide for
conservation and protection
• Potential impacts of ocean acidification
on oyste...
• Maintaining Lentic-Breeding Amphibians in
Urbanizing Pacific Northwest Ecosystems:
Do Current Regulations Protect Pond-
...
• 2008-2009 Streamflow Records for Four
Small Puget Sound Streams in
Thurston County
• Expanding Research to Keep Pace wit...
• Transport of heat, salt, oxygen, and
freshwater within the southernmost
extent of South Sound: The year 2010
in review
•...
• Using Metallothionein in Mussels as a
Bioindicator of Metal Stress in South
Puget Sound, Washington
• INCARCERATED MEN A...
• AMPHIBIAN REPRODUCTION IN
STORMWATER DETENTION PONDS
• Salmon Recovery in the Puyallup-White
and Chambers-Clover Creek
W...
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  1. 1. 3rd South Sound Science Symposium (S4)
  2. 2. South Puget Sound
  3. 3. S4 Planning Committee • Andy Haub, City of Olympia • Christina Donehower, People for Puget Sound • Dayv Lowry, Department of Fish & Wildlife • Doug Myers, People for Puget Sound • Duane Fagergren, Puget Sound Partnership • Eric Beach, Green Diamond Resource Co. • Jean MacGregor, The Evergreen State College • John Konovsky, Squaxin Island Tribe • Lawrence Sullivan, Department of Health • Mindy Roberts, Department of Ecology • Sayre Hodgson, Nisqually Indian Tribe • Scott Steltzner, Squaxin Island Tribe • Tom Kantz, Pierce County • Wendy Gerstel, Qwg Applied Geology
  4. 4. S4 Financial Sponsors
  5. 5. Other S4 Supporters
  6. 6. S4 Live Blog • www.squaxin-nr.org
  7. 7. S4 Poster Abstracts • www.psp.wa.gov/southsoundscience.php
  8. 8. Poster Titles • Status and Trends in Fecal Pollution in South Puget Sound Shellfish Growing Areas: 2009 Update • The Washington BEACH Program – BACTERIA MONITORING IN PUGET SOUND • Sea-level rise and the Puget Sound nearshore: The squeeze of forage fish spawning habitat
  9. 9. • South Puget Sound Nutrient Loading: Magnitudes and Sources • South Puget Sound Sediment Quality In Comparison to Other Areas of Puget Sound, and Partnership Opportunities for 2011 Status and Trends Sediment Monitoring in South Puget Sound and Budd Inlet • Determining geoduck larval distribution in Quartermaster Harbor using adaptive trapping and a novel molecular tool
  10. 10. • An Environmental Indicator for Puget Sound Tributary Low Flow Trends • Intra-annual Trends in Fecal Coliform Bacteria Populations on Inter-tidal Sediment in Oakland Bay 2007-10 • Puget Sound Seabird Survey: Science by Citizens
  11. 11. • Amphibian response to alternative riparian buffer treatments in the first post-harvest year: The Type N Experimental Buffer Treatment Study • Effects of Sea Level Rise on Beach Spawning Habitat • Environmental, Economic and Social Benefits of Washington State Shellfish Production
  12. 12. • Prioritizing aquatic lands statewide for conservation and protection • Potential impacts of ocean acidification on oyster recruitment in Puget Sound • A LANDSCAPE BASED STRATEGY FOR PRIORITIZING CATCHMENTS ALONG THE NEARSHORE OF BUDD INLET
  13. 13. • Maintaining Lentic-Breeding Amphibians in Urbanizing Pacific Northwest Ecosystems: Do Current Regulations Protect Pond- Breeding Amphibians? • Biodiversity of Benthic Mobile Fauna in Geoduck (Panopea generosa) Aquaculture Beds in Southern Puget Sound, Washington • Geology and groundwater of a coastal restoration project – balancing objectives and site conditions in 3 dimensions
  14. 14. • 2008-2009 Streamflow Records for Four Small Puget Sound Streams in Thurston County • Expanding Research to Keep Pace with Extensive Restoration in the Nisqually Delta • Proposed Nisqually Reach Aquatic Reserve: A Collaborative Approach to Habitat Conservation
  15. 15. • Transport of heat, salt, oxygen, and freshwater within the southernmost extent of South Sound: The year 2010 in review • Mycofiltration at Oyster Bay Farm: An effort to reduce fecal coliform in Burns Cove, Totten Inlet • Determination of Perfluorinated Carboxylic Acids from Surface Water Samples from Quartermaster Harbor, Puget Sound
  16. 16. • Using Metallothionein in Mussels as a Bioindicator of Metal Stress in South Puget Sound, Washington • INCARCERATED MEN AS PARTNERS TO CONSERVATIONISTS IN REARING ENDANGERED FROGS FOR TRANSLOCATION
  17. 17. • AMPHIBIAN REPRODUCTION IN STORMWATER DETENTION PONDS • Salmon Recovery in the Puyallup-White and Chambers-Clover Creek Watersheds
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