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Day2 chris-ellings-11-08-10 nisq field trip

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  • 1. Pre-Development Condition
  • 2. Post-Development Condition Brown Farm Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Braget Farm Nisqually Indian Tribe The historic tidal channel network was lost due to agricultural development, but local efforts saved delta from irreparable industrialization
  • 3. Salmon Recovery and Conservation Drives Delta Restoration Pilot Project 9 Acres 1996Phase 1 31 Acres 2002 Phase 2 100 Acres 2006 Refuge Restoration >700 Acres Completed
  • 4. September 1997 Source: USFWS Mitigation/Pilot Project = 9 acres
  • 5. Summer 2006 Source: NAIP Phase 1 = 32 acres
  • 6. Summer 2009 Source: Thurston County Phase 2 = 100+ acres
  • 7. December 2009 Source: USGS Nisqually NWR = 760+ acres
  • 8. March 2010 Source: USGS
  • 9. July 2010 Source: USGS
  • 10. August 2010 Source: USGS Nisqually NWR Boardwalk
  • 11. Summer 2006 Source: NAIP
  • 12. Summer 2009 Source: Thurston County
  • 13. December 2009 Source: USGS
  • 14. March 2010 Source: USGS
  • 15. July 2010 Source: USGS
  • 16. August 2010 Source: USGS

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