The Planet, Spring 2018, The Sex Issue
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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Managing Editor: Allura Peterson; Editors: Isa Kaufman-Geballe, Emily McLaughlin, Meghan Schilling, Emily Stout, Synnove Vandal; Multimedia Editor: Jon Carroll; Science Editor: Jonathan Flynn; Designers: Andy Lai, Frances Dierken, Stephen Smith, Presley Sytsma; Writers: Emily Dietzel, Robert Mercer, Regan Bervar, Molly Gross, Dawson Finley, Francesca Tuazon, Lorin Lindell, Lucy Carrell, Chuck Tookey; Photographers: Nick Pinkham, Hannah Gabrielson, Hailey Hoffman, Matthew Pearson, Greta Lozada
Table of Contents
A Hit to Fertility
Researchers at the University of Washington Fertility Lab in Seattle study the effects of marijuana use on sperm health.
The Clam Before the Storm
Researchers try to control a small clam with an extreme knack for reproducing in Lake Whatcom, Washington.
Behind the Trees
Survivors of sexual harassment in the United States Forest Service advocate for a change in sexual misconduct policies.
Healing With Horses
Therapists and equine specialists use horses to work with patients who have experienced sexual assault.
Scientists at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center in Seattle, Washington, try to understand how contaminants are affecting Southern Resident orca populations.
Washington, during the era of agricultural DDT use tell their stories of developing breast cancer.
Following the death of several beluga whales at their facility, the Vancouver Aquarium faces opposition to their cetacean programs.
While bee populations are in decline all across the board, a Woodinville, Washington, man is trying to save one pollinator in particular.
Protesters and Pipelines
A group of protesters in Burnaby, Canada, including the Secwepemc Nation, oppose the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Hard to Swallow
Researchers in British Columbia and at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Washington, investigate the recent and rapid decline in swallow populations in North America.
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