Monthly Planet, Beavers Invade Bellingham, Volume VIII Number V, May 1987
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Vol. 8, Issue 5
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Western Washington University, Huxley College of the Environment
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Western Washington University
Staff: Claire Cdebaca, Alice Panny, Chris Stirling, Scott Williams; Contributors: Ken Bennett, Michael Kane; Photographer: N. S. Nokkentved
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Table of Contents
Bellingham Beaver Colonies by Claire Cdebaca
Environmental Ethics by Ken Bennett
An Interview with Ron Kendall, Director of the Institute of Wildlife Toxicology by Alice Panny
Life and Technology in San Pedro Chicacauro by Michael Kane
Wetlands Management by Scott Williams
Aquaculture Evolves into a Highly Developed Industry by Chris Stirling
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Morrison, Amy and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "Monthly Planet, 1987, May" (1987). The Planet. 99.
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