No other developed area in the world matches the Puget Sound region's combination of beauty, wealth, natural resiliency, and history of environmental concern.Saving Puget Sounddevelops a practical proposal to conserve the Puget Sound region's most important ecosystems in the face of long-term population growth, drawing lessons that are relevant across the Northwest and in other parts of the country. It provides both a vision for conservation and a detailed review of the political and legal issues that must be at the core of any practical strategy to achieve it.Addendum to the technical review of the Washington State Department of Ecology stormwater management manual ... Available: http:// www.nwr.noaa.gov/ lhabcon/habweb/habguide/stormwater_032003.pdf (July 2003). ... Panel debates how to fix holes in the Clean Water Act. Environment News Service (September 16). ... Pharris, J. K., and P. T. McDonald. ... 2005 . Low Impact Development: Technical Guidance Manual for Puget Sound. Revised May 2005. Puget Sound Action Team.
|Title||:||Saving Puget Sound|
|Author||:||John Lombard, Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology|
|Publisher||:||Published with American Fisheries Society - 2006|