66th field season underway in world’s longest-running effort to monitor salmon

66th field season underway in world’s longest-running effort to monitor salmon

By Sandra Hines
via UW News
University of Washington scientists head out across Lake Iliamna. Source: J. Ching / University of Washington
When the University of Washington launched its Alaska Salmon Program 66 years ago, researchers were tasked with determining why Alaska’s sockeye salmon catches had declined over two decades from 22 million fish per year to 10 million.
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New book explores Noah’s Flood; says Bible and science can get along

New book explores Noah’s Flood; says Bible and science can get along

By Vince Stricherz via UW News David Montgomery is a geomorphologist, a geologist who studies changes to topography over time and how geological processes shape landscapes.
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