Scientists have discovered what is killing more than half the coho salmon that return to Puget Sound’s urban streams every fall.
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The Puget Sound Institute at UW Tacoma is launching a new program that will use supercomputers to advance ecosystem recovery of the Salish Sea.
Every year at this time we celebrate faculty and staff for their accomplishments in teaching, research, community engagement and contributions to the UW, our campus and the larger community.
Researchers from UW Tacoma are developing innovative techniques that will reduce the time and cost needed to monitor blooms of a toxic phytoplankton species.
UW Tacoma students and faculty have made important contributions to the Puget Sound Marine Waters 2018 Overview.
A group of UW Tacoma students and one recent alumna spent their summer in the lab as part of Senior Lecturer Julie Masura's environmental research experience course.
Center for Urban Waters' Ed Kolodziej and Kathy Peter talk about how daylighting and re-engineering restored the stream's ability to clean stormwater and host salmon.
A consortium of universities including UW Tacoma is hoping to learn what kinds of pollutants are emitted from communities affected by catastrophic wildfires.
Senior Lecturer Julie Masura connects her love of teaching and her passions for geology and the health of Puget Sound.
Dr. Ed Kolodziej at the Center for Urban Waters is the lead researcher on a project with funding from the National Science Foundation that aims to identify what is killing coho salmon in urban watersheds.