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Observations of Washington State Landscapes, Geology, Geography, Ecology, History and Land Use
Tidal Surge Notes From The Big October Blow
2016-10-16 17:28
NOAA tide gauges are worth taking a look at during big storms. The combination of low pressure and wind can have a pronounced impact on water levels. Of course throwing in wave action due to… Read More
Appreciation For GOES West
2016-10-15 16:10
GOES Satellite  The potential for a 1 in 10 year wind storm has gotten plenty of attention. Perhaps Facebook is enhancing the spread of concern. Hopefully folks will be clever about sta… Read More
Fall Hornets
2016-10-14 05:06
One of the fall field hazards in western Washington are hornet nests in the ground. I stepped in one while picking my way through a thicket of Nootka rose. I found the rose thorns were… Read More
Field Work Anxiety
2016-09-30 15:18
I was a bit surprised to come across these plants during a field venture.  Recreational marijuana is now legal in Washington, but apparently someone prefers growing there buds… Read More
Rainy Field Work Returns
2016-09-17 21:49
It has been a while since I got soaked in the rain. But my moisturizer was back today as I had a bit of field venture up the Skagit valley. Getting wet was going to part of the field ex… Read More
Notes On Atmospheric River Research
2016-09-16 19:05
Western Washington residents are familiar with the weather term "pineapple express". A pineapple express is a warm heavy rainstorm. The weather system that delivers these events is out of th… Read More

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