economic study of the Puget Sound and adjacent waters area projections: 1980, 2000, and 2020. by Consulting Services Corporation.

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  • Economic indicators -- Washington (State),
  • Washington (State) -- Economic conditions,
  • Puget Sound Region (Wash.) -- Economic conditions

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Paginationvii, 160 p.
Number of Pages160
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Open LibraryOL15437262M
OCLC/WorldCa14117354

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Puget Sound and Adjacent Waters Restoration is a key component of the Puget Sound Partnership Action Agenda, the overarching document prioritizing Washington’s actions for Puget Sound recovery. The program is part of the ongoing effort to restore and improved anadromous fish habitat throughout Puget Sound.

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The strategy has three big goals: open economic opportunities to everyone; compete globally; and sustain a high quality of life. In-person interviews were conducted with individuals residing in twelve counties bordering Puget Sound during and For this study, we defined the geographic extent of Puget Sound as the U.S.

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How important are direct point-source discharges, watershed. What is the study area. The study area encompasses waters in and around the Strait of Juan de Fuca, approximately between longitudes °W and °40′W, including Admiralty Inlet, Rosario Strait and adjacent waterways, Haro Strait, Boundary Pass and the Strait of Georgia.

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Fish and wildlife-related industries bring millions of dollars into the economy. Study area. Sediment for this study was collected from two sites in Puget Sound; Quartermaster Harbor in the south (47°′N, °′W; 13 m depth) and Bellingham Bay in the north (48°′N, °′W; 9 m depth; Fig.

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Census data released inthe Seattle metropolitan area's population stands at million, and ranks as the 15th-largest. Of the derelict fishing nets recovered from Puget Sound and the Northwest Straits as of Junewere gillnets.

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ships engaged in foreign trade must have pilot services, Alexander has said.The Puget Sound and Adjacent Waters (PSAW) Restoration Program funds projects to restore habitat in the Puget Sound Basin of Washington State.

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The inland waters are divided into nine sub-basins, which are defined primarily by oceanographic zones and sills (dramatic.

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