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2 thoughts on “Carbon emissions and nitrogen releases alter Puget Sound’s chemistry

  1. Nitrates are higher and oxygen is lower in buried streams than those that see daylight. There’s no phytoplankton in a buried stream. Intertidal culverts are the worst because the tide backs up the pipe bringing things to a stop. There are 130 miles of pipe under Olympia carrying buried streams. The City refuses to consider daylighting any. We need to do a better job of managing our urban watersheds. The all important lower ecoregion is heavily urbanized.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4505844/

  2. I wish that you would inform the legislature of these problems. I just read an open letter in the Olympian from Rep Drew McEwan making the case against a carbon tax.

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