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Eyes Over Puget Sound - Surface Conditions Report March-June 2022

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22-03-072July 2022
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Author(s) Christopher Krembs
Description Low air temperatures, rain, and late-season snow accumulation have pushed back the discharge of meltwater to Puget Sound later in the season. Water quality conditions are mostly as expected with regional cooler and more oxygenated conditions in May. Cloudy weather made aerial photography challenging. In June, we were amazed by the number of fish, unusually low tides, macroalgae on beaches, and large internal waves in the Central Basin.
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Keywords aquatic life, Puget Sound Basin, Puget Sound streams or rivers, report, water quality, Puget Sound, algae

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