The Planet, Winter 2015, The 35th Anniversary
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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Western Washington University
Editors: Ryan Evans, Shelby Rowe, Yvonne Worden; Multimedia Editor: Kramer Janders; Science Editor: Sam Carlos; Designers: Erica Kutz, Enkhbayar Munkh-Erdene; Assisting Designer: Nicole Rogers; Web Designer: Keghouhi Bedoyan; Multimedia: Daniella Beccaria, Beatrice Harper, Jesse Nichols; Writers: Karen Chlosta, Elise Dresel, Jonathan Hucke, Marissa Jacobsen, Graham O’Keefe, Nick Peterson, Alyssa Stoller, Ryan Tabb, Rebekah Way, Kate Welch; Photographers: Madeleine Banks, Alex Bartick, Reese Bowen, Katie Sawyer
Dr. Rebekah Green
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Table of Contents
A Grizzly Wilderness by Ryan Tabb
Less than two dozen grizzly bears roam the North Cascades, but new efforts may bring the species back.
Toxic Turf by Elise Dresel
A University of Washington soccer coach suspects turf made from recycled tires is causing cancer.
Alcoa Revived by Kate Welch
After a hiatus, Alcoa Intalco Works is smelting aluminum once again.
Trash Talk by Marissa Jacobsen
Roosevelt Landfill in southern Washington is converting trash to energy.
Genetic Timekeeper by Sam Carlos
A plant’s DNA sequence may be used to clock geological events.
Downsized Development by Nick Peterson
Small apartments are causing a big stir among Capitol Hill residents.
Life After Planet by Planet Alumni
Planet alumni tell stories about which they are passionate.
Dam Travesty by Shelby Rowe
A former civil engineer ends his career to advocates for the removal of the lower Snake River dams.
Rotting Away by Kay Molten
A bacterial infection plaguing elk in southwest Washington causes them to limp on bloody stubs.
Silent Forest by Alex Bartick
Hidden in the Hoh Rainforest is one square inch virtually absent of human noise.
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