Presentation: The Cocktail that Kills Coho: Stormwater Runoff – Problems and Solutions, Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

August 23rd, 7pm
Lectures are free and open to the public although standard Refuge entrance fee still applies -$3. NO RSVP needed. Presentation by:
Jenifer McIntyre
Assistant Professor Aquatic Toxicology Washington State University – Puyallup REC
When it rains, a toxic soup of chemicals wash off roads and other impervious surfaces into
nearby water bodies. Dr. McIntyre will give an overview on the toxic problem of urban
stormwater runoff, its unique ability to kill coho, and some of the solutions that scientists
and practitioners are developing.

For more information visit:
https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Billy_Frank_Jr._Nisqually/Visit/Visitor_Activities/2017_Summer_Lecture_
Series.html

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