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This knowledge, they say, is critical to making accurate predictions and informing policymakers of how species are likely to be impacted by rising temperatures.
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Wildfires are expected to increase 50 percent across the United States under a changing climate, over 100 percent in areas of the West by 2050 as projected by some studies.
7 hrs ago | The Lake Stevens Journal Online
The City of Lake Stevens has contracted with AquaTechnex to perform an alum treatment to Lake Stevens to address phosphorus pollution in the lake.
Last October, the Washington Department of Ecology conducted an oil spill drill on the west side of Blake Island, just north of Vashon.
King County announced Tuesday that it is moving forward with its plan for cleaning up Hicklin Lake in White Center by using vegetated 'floating islands' to improve water quality.
A dispute flared into the public eye May 6 as Issaquah officials and the Sammamish Plateau Water & Sewer District sparred over storm water pollution and Issaquah's intentions to take over principal wells owned by the district.
The Environmental Law Institute has announced that Robert P. Brooks , a wetlands scientist at Penn State, has received the 2013 National Wetlands Award for Science Research.
At The Guardian, Jonathan Kaiman reports the approval by Chinese environmental officials of a proposed 314-meter-tall dam despite fears about its effects on the ecology of Sichuan 's Dadu River, an indirect tributary of the Yangtze .
Students at Westlake Elementary School are saying no to a ride to school in the family vehicle and yes to their walking school bus.
Friends of Gardom Lake members Vlado and Helga Vrabac, Dyann Johnson, Stewart Janzen, Gene Dodd and Liz Winter are adamant about the need for a management plan for Gardom Lake.
Sparking off the lantern of enlightenment, you and I can choose to reach the heights of summum bonum for our humanity/womanity. Loving Mother Nature, we can be the voices calling our brothers/sisters to protect, preserve and peacefully care for our Earth.
Chandra Bhushan, Deputy Director General of Centre for Science and Environment said that the Bellary case and perhaps now the Goa case is setting a precedent for mining regulations in the country.
Red algea blooms reported in Sinclair Inlet and other areas of Puget Sound are harmless, the Department of Ecology says.
Most predictions that tropical cold-blooded animals, especially forest lizards, will be hard hit by climate change are based on global-scale measurements of environmental temperatures, which miss much of the fine-scale variation in temperature that individual animals experience on the ground, said the article's lead author, Michael Logan, a Ph.D.