To learn more about helping reduce the flow of polluted run-off into puget sound
This video was shot on Oct. 14, 2012, it is a storm water outfall off Alki Beach.
It was shot with a Go-pro hero2 in time-lapse mode. We had been monitoring weather all week and then on the day of shooting, watched doppler radar very closely, because we knew we only had about 4 hours of battery life in the go-pro and wanted to catch the plume developing.
This time-lapse is a compilation of ~3000 images.
It is only ONE storm drain, there are hundreds of outfalls that flow into puget sound. If you want more info on numbers and locations: pugetsound.org/policy/stormwater/outfalls
Video by Lamont Granquist and Laura James
Music: "timestretch" by Bassnectar
For more info about the toxicology of storm water and its effects on coho salmon: youtube.com/watch?v=O3546YdJS-0&feature=share&list=ULO3546YdJS-0