Puget Sound Science Review
The Puget Sound Science Review describes the state of the science of Puget Sound ecosystem recovery. It includes synthesis documents created or reviewed by an editorial board of experts from agencies, academic institutions and other organizations working in the region.
State of the science
The Puget Sound Science Review builds upon and adapts work completed as part of the Puget Sound Partnership’s April 2011 Puget Sound Science Update, a document "synthesizing existing, peer-reviewed scientific information on specific topics identified by policy leaders [Puget Sound Science Update Synthesis 2010]." The completed chapters from that effort are represented here in modified and updated form as part of a collaborative agreement with the Puget Sound Partnership. The chapters include peer-reviewed analysis and state-of-the-science documentation from across a variety of disciplines.
Identifying peer-reviewed content
A green banner identifies content that has undergone a process of peer review facilitated by the Puget Sound Partnership or the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound editorial board.
About the Science Review
- Puget Sound Science Review
- Ecosystem-Based Management: Understanding Future and Desired System States
- Ecosystem-Based Management: Incorporating Human Well-being
- Ecosystem-Based Management: Ecosystem Protection and Restoration Strategies
- The Biophysical Condition of Puget Sound: Biology
- The Biophysical Condition of Puget Sound: Chemistry
- The Biophysical Condition of Puget Sound: Physical Environment
- Threats: Impacts of Natural Events and Human Activities on the Ecosystem