On Wed March 16th, from 2:30 to 4:30 PM, graduate students in a water quality modeling best professional practices course in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Washington will be presenting the results of their final projects.
All of these projects have utilized the Salish Sea Model developed by Tarang Khangaonkar of PNNL. The topics of these presentations will be:
1) Puget Sound dissolved oxygen responses to variation in wastewater and riverine nitrogen inputs.
2) Puget Sound dissolved oxygen responses to variation in the depth of wastewater treatment plant discharges.
3) Puget Sound pH responses to atmospheric and riverine inorganic carbon inputs.
You are invited to attend all of these presentations as well as to participate in a Q&A session after they are complete. Please feel free to forward this announcement to others who might be interested in these presentations.