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POSTER: Using Models to Compare and Prioritize Actions in Puget Sound: Who’s Modeling What and Why?
POSTER: Using Models to Compare and Prioritize Actions in Puget Sound: Who’s Modeling What and Why? (Number of pages: 1) (Publication Size: 253KB)
|Author(s)||Ahmed, A. S. Albertson, B. Bahng, B. Cope, M. Kawase, T. Khangaonkar, G. Pelletier, M. Roberts, B. Sackmann, and Z. Yang|
|Description||The poster was presented during 2009 at the Puget Sound Georgia Basin Ecosystem Conference on February 8-11 in Seattle; the South Sound Science Symposium on May 6 at the Squaxin Tribal Events Center in Shelton; and the Puget Sound Model Open House on June 4 at the University of Washington Center for Urban Horticulture in Seattle.|
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