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Focus on Funding for Puget Sound Aquatic Cleanup and Restoration (Aquatics) (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
07-09-046February 2007
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Author(s) Joe Crossland
Description Removing contaminants from the natural environment prevents their build-up into the food web and immediately removes exposure risks. Over the long term, incremental cleanup of the entire Puget Sound will restore the health of the ecosystem and the many services it supports. Intervening now in impacted embayments that have received less attention will prevent them from becoming mega-sites and avert costlier future cleanup.
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Keywords funding, restoration, clean up, aquatic
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WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area PS Puget Sound