2010 South Sound Science Symposium getting underway

Folks from around the South Sound are streaming in ready to spend a day learning about the latest science in the South Sound. Speakers today will be presenting on topics ranging from human population growth, the pelagic food web of the South Sound, and invasive mudsnails in Capitol Lake. There are also a number of posters set up that cover additional topics including monitoring the restoration of the Nisqually Estuary, nitrogen loading in the South Sound, and bacterial monitoring of swimming beaches in Puget Sound.

We will be live blogging the day as speakers present so check back on this website often if you would like to track the conversations today and learn more about South Sound Science.