Columbia Basin water availability forecast.Interactive workshops June 8 & 17, 2021. “Anyone who has an interest in water management in Eastern Washington will likely be interested in the forecast,” said Dr. Jennifer Adam, the forecast project director and professor of civil and environmental engineering at WSU. “This includes farmers, tribes, boaters, those who fish, and communities throughout the region.”
The spring edition of the Water Currents Newsletter explores new research on how toxic tires impact Coho salmon brains, a DEI focused scholarship for LID, and a debrief on the virtual Municon Conference.
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