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  1. Changing the Course

    05:08

    from The Freshwater Trust Added 196 5 2

    Changing the Course is a short story about Joe Whitworth, one of the leading minds on freshwater conservation. His appreciation for water grew at an early age, but it was the lessons learned from…

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    • ZINC in Stormwater: Galvanizing Business Solutions

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      from pprc Added 320 1 0

      Zinc is a troublesome metal for a lot of businesses trying to prevent stormwater pollution. Because the metal comes from so many sources, businesses likely need a variety of site-specific solutions.…

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      • Port Susan Marine Stewardship Area

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        from Transect Films Added 1,134 4 2

        To learn more about the Port Susan Marine Stewardship Area, go to: www.snocomrc.org

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        • A $73 Million Dollar Industry

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          from Kathryn Boyd-Batstone Added 953 6 1

          Pollution from fossil fuel emissions might be killing a $73 million dollar industry. This piece explores the effects of ocean acidification because of pollution from CO2 from the point of view of…

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          • Working for the River - Restoring the Dungeness

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            from Al Bergstein Added

            The Dungeness River flows from the Olympic Mountains, down through the Sequim Valley, and into the Strait of Juan de Fuca near Dungeness Bay. It drains a watershed area of almost 270 square miles.…

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            • Who Swims in the Rain?

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              from John F. Williams Added 790 2 0

              This video is about Olalla Creek and some of its relationships with the community it flows through. Featured are kids at Olalla Elementary and plans for replacing the failing parking lot at the mouth…

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              • Eggs on the Beach

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                from John F. Williams Added 177 1 0

                The sites, sounds, and textures of the beach have been attracting beach-goers for millennia. This video focuses on scientists visiting beaches to find invisible things – eggs, the size of grains…

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                • Return of the Plankton: 2 minute trailer

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                  from John F. Williams Added 48 0 0

                  Who eats whom? Whose dads are guarding eggs? What happens when a crab hides in an octopus den? Did you know that there are seasons underwater? This half-hour movie takes the viewer on an underwater…

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                  • trickle down theory

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                    from John F. Williams Added 30 1 0

                    Human history seems to be decorated with astounding discoveries and abysmal failures. Closer examination often reveals that remarkable discoveries have both beneficial and harmful potentials, and…

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                    • Who Uses the Rain?

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                      from John F. Williams Added 756 3 0

                      This video is about the water flowing from the top of Newberry Hill, through Klahowya Secondary School and the Heritage Park, to Chico Creek. Some influences on this water are shown, from the impact…

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                      • Is This Where Puget Sound Starts?

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                        from John F. Williams Added 488 0 0

                        This video is about kids discovering life in two creeks in Poulsbo, and our relationships with the creeks and Puget Sound. Additional stream movies can be seen at: http://sea-media.org/movies/is-this-where-puget-sound-starts

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                        • Port Townsend Marine Science Center - The Link to Action

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                          from Al Bergstein Added

                          Short video highlighting the work being done by the Marine Mammal Stranding Network and it's volunteers coordinated through the Port Townsend Marine Science Center. You can see the rest of their…

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