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Exploring wilderness in one of the lower forty-eight’s most untamed landscapes

The College of the Environment recently interviewed Environmental Studies students and faculty member Tim Billo to learn about the Wilderness seminar course (Landscape Change in the Pacific Northwest) he teaches each year. 

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Climate effects on mountain rain and stream-rearing salmon, the value of stewardship volunteers, and more: this week’s College-published research

Each week we share the latest publications coming from the College of the Environment. This week, twelve new articles co-authored by members of the College of the Environment were added to the Web of Science, including research on the survival of steelhead trout, livelihoods and conservation in China, and more. Check them out!

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Ocean upwelling becoming more intense with a changing climate

Our Washington coastline is one of the most prolific and productive in the world, teeming with abundant plant and animal life. In fact, much of entire U.S. west coast is the same, and we can largely thank a strong upwelling system for driving this bounty. 

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Flow experiments, cloud dynamics, extreme fires and more: this week’s College-published research

Each week we share the latest publications coming from the College of the Environment. This week, twenty-three new articles co-authored by members of the College of the Environment were added to the Web of Science, spanning topics from forestry to biogeochemical cycles to algal blooms and more. Check them out!

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Demystifying lush landscapes of the ancient African Sahara

When thinking of rich green landscapes—ones where an abundance of rain keeps everything growing and vibrant, supporting water-loving wildlife like crocodiles and hippopotamus—the Sahara is hardly the place that comes to mind. 

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Using eDNA to help scientists monitor marine ecosystems

Marine plants and animals leave behind tiny markers of their presence, often in the form of skin cells that have been shed, damaged tissues, or waste products – and within that lies their signature DNA. 

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Aerosol effects on Arctic climate, land use effects on ecosystem services and more: this week’s College-published research

Each week we share the latest publications coming from the College of the Environment. This week, twenty-two new articles co-authored by members of the College of the Environment were added to the Web of Science. Read about them here!

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Shellfish center – named after UW’s Ken Chew – to tackle shellfish declines

Washington state’s newest shellfish hatchery – and the federal government’s only such hatchery in the region – has been named after long-time University of Washington faculty member Ken Chew, a professor emeritus of aquatic and fishery sciences. 

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