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    • Habitat relationships and gene flow of Martes americana in northern Idaho

    • Wasserman, Tzeidle N., (Tzeidle Nicole)
    • Forest fragmentation can have a dramatic effect on landscape connectivity and dispersal of animals, potentially reducing gene flow within and among populations. American marten populations (Martes americana) are sensitive to forest fragmentation...
    • American marten--Habitat--Idaho--Idaho Panhandle National Forests Region; American marten--Dispersal--Idaho--Idaho Panhandle National Forests Region; American marten--Genetics; Habitat partitioning (Ecology)--Idaho--Idaho Panhandle National Forests...
    • ANWR landscape : a geographical analysis of rhetoric and representation

    • Moyer, Jessica Renee
    • For over 40 years now, a remote piece of land in the northeast corner of Alaska has been the focus of a highly publicized and extremely controversial debate. This contested landscape, known as the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), is valued...
    • Land use--Social aspects--Alaska--Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; Land use--Environmental aspects--Alaska--Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Alaska); Gwich'in Indians--Social aspects; Inupiat--Social aspects;
    • Effects of the Go for the Green Challenge on electricity use, behaviors, and attitudes of Western...

    • Mauney, Kimbrough Leverton
    • This thesis investigates the effect of the Go for the Green Challenge (GGC), a multi-faceted, educational awareness and behavior change campaign originating in the Office of Sustainability, on residents of Western Washington University. Per capita...
    • Western Washington University. University Residences; Electric power--Conservation--Washington (State)--Bellingham; College students--Washington (State)--Bellingham--Attitudes; Western Washington University--Students--Attitudes
    • Spatially explicit relative elevation model for Padilla Bay, Washington

    • Kairis, Peter
    • The dynamics that govern the elevation of a coastal wetland relative to sea level are complex, involving non-linear feedbacks among opposing processes. Changes in the balance between these processes can result in significant alterations to...
    • Sea level--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Padilla Bay; Coast changes--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Padilla Bay; Zostera marina--Ecology--Washington (State)--Padilla Bay; Padilla Bay (Wash.)
    • Costa Rican ecotourism and the (re)construction of social-natures on the Osa Peninsula

    • Matulis, Brett Sylvester
    • This thesis is concerned with the social construction of nature and society through ecotourism on the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica. It demonstrates that ecotourism is based on an idealized conception of nature external to and separate from society,...
    • Ecotourism--Costa Rica--Osa Peninsula; Nature--Social aspects--Costa Rica--Osa Peninsula
    • Educational programs that feature live animals advertisement, research, and methodology

    • Woodman, Constance
    • This thesis looks at live wildlife programs in two parts, first an essay featuring discursive analysis of advertisement for programming by accredited zoos and aquariums. The analysis determines that current programs available are not providing...
    • Animals--Study and teaching--Environmental aspects; Zoo animals--Study and teaching--Environmental aspects; Aquarium animals--Study and teaching--Environmental aspects;
    • Growth and grazing of microzooplankton in response to the harmful alga Heterosigma akashiwo in...

    • Graham, Sylvia
    • Heterosigma akashiwo is one of the most ichthyotoxic species of phytoplankton, severely impacting marine ecosystems and economies worldwide. Microzooplankton may play a role in regulating blooms of this alga. This study tested the effects of H....
    • Marine zooplankton--Food--Washington (State)--East Sound (Bay); Marine zooplankton--Washington (State)--East Sound (Bay)--Growth; Algae--Control--Washington (State)--East Sound (Bay); Algal blooms--Washington (State)--East Sound (Bay)
    • Proposed closure of Brannian Creek Hatchery : environmental impact assessment

    • Crystal Bogue; Rebecca Loen; Erin Langley; Owen Moroney; Sean Naman; Robin Westerlund
    • Summary: "The purpose of this Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is to evaluate the potential impacts of closing the Brannian Creek kokanee hatchery located in South Bay Lake Whatcom. Due to a large budget deficit facing the state of Washington,...
    • Brannian Creek Hatchery; Fish hatcheries--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Whatcom, Lake; Kokanee salmon--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Whatcom, Lake; Environmental impact analysis--Washington (State)--Whatcom, Lake
    • Dewey Valley annexation environmental impact assessment

    • Benjamin Albers; Kendra Cutting; Jessica Hardy; Deidre Hunsaker; Tyler Llewellyn
    • Summary: "Property owners within the Dewey Valley / Mount Baker Highway annexation area filed a petition for annexation into the City of Bellingham in 2006. The annexation area is approximately 303 acres of Bellingham's Urban Growth Area and is...
    • Annexation (Municipal government)--Washington (State)--Bellingham; City planning--Washington (State)--Bellingham; Environmental impact analysis--Washington (State)--Bellingham
    • Fidalgo Bay causeway removal

    • Emily Cavaliere; Brittany Wilmot; Mackenzie Dolstad; Christina Hamilton; Gina Auriemma; Kathryn Eyraud
    • Executive Summary: "The purpose of this environmental impact assessment (EIA) is to determine the effects of removing the Fidalgo Bay Causeway portion of the Tommy Thompson Parkway, located in Fidalgo Bay, Washington, (Figure 1). The riprap filled...
    • Fidalgo Bay Causeway; Causeways--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Fidalgo Bay; Environmental impact analysis--Washington (State)--Fidalgo Bay
    • Effects of salmon-derived nutrients on an artificial stream system

    • Love, Danielle M.
    • An artificial stream system was constructed to study responses of autotrophic and heterotrophic stream communities to salmon-derived nutrients. The artificial stream system contained 12 raceways (1.2 m long x 20 cm wide x 13 cm tall) that were...
    • Salmon--Carcasses--Environmental aspects; Periphyton--Growth; Stream ecology; Nutrient pollution of water
    • Local land preservation in Washington

    • Timpson, Kellee C.
    • Preserving open space is an important component of growth management policy because protected lands can help shape the patterns of growth. Washington State provides a unique opportunity to analyze the role of local land preservation efforts within...
    • Open spaces--Environmental aspects--Washington (State); Land use--Environmental aspects--Washington (State);Land use--Washington (State)--Planning
    • Whatcom wind energy ordinance

    • Erica Bartlett; Derek Schruhl; Kimberly Popek; Kurt Niemeyer; Scott DeWees
    • Summary: "The purpose of this ordinance is to create zoning text language that facilitates the installment and construction of wind energy systems (WES) within Whatcom County for private landowners, taking into account interests expressed by...
    • Wind power--Law and legislation--Washington (State)--Whatcom County; Wind power plants--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Whatcom County; Environmental impact analysis--Washington (State)--Whatcom County
    • King Mountain Neighborhood Urban Village environmental impact assessment

    • Sarah Collins; Thomas Hall; Zoe Nelson; Abby Vincent; Jared Zeretzke
    • Two-hundred-eighty-six acres of land were recently incorporated into Bellingham’s urban growth boundary, allowing the land to be developed at higher densities. Alliance Properties has proposed development of a high-density, mixed-use urban village...
    • Community development, Urban--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Bellingham; Environmental impact analysis--Washington (State)--Bellingham
    • Granary Building environmental impact assessment

    • Shelby Cooper; Devon Fredericksen; Bora Kim; James White; Grant Wilson
    • The Port of Bellingham proposes to partially demolish the Granary Building on the Bellingham New Whatcom redevelopment site located on the downtown waterfront. Partial demolition of the building—removing the northern portion of the building,...
    • Waterfronts--Washington (State)--Bellingham--Planning; Urban renewal--Washington (State)--Bellingham; City planning--Washington (State)--Bellingham; Land use, Urban--Washington (State)--Bellingham; Environmental impact analysis--Washington...

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