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Your Weekly EarthFix: Washington Tribes and Climate Change, CSI: Wildlife And Floating Algae


A cougar skull at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Forensics Lab.

A cougar skull at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Forensics Lab.

Amelia Templeton

Floating clouds of algae viewed from the air, a CSI forensics lab to bust wildlife poachers and one tribe’s relocation to a national park on the Olympic Peninsula because of climate change - All this and more in this week’s EarthFix podcast.

EarthFix Podcast May 21-25 http://earthfix.kuow.org by EarthFix

Podcast Extras

In the podcast, Katie Campbell mentions footage they shot of tribes smelting in La Push, which likely won’t make it into the final video. Here’s an excerpt:

Katie shooting video for her story on Washington tribes and climate change: IMAG0334

Amelia Templeton’s web story In Ashland, A Crime Lab For 34,000 Species

Video from Ashley Ahearn’s recent reporting on algae and ocean acidification:

Here’s a photos of the researchers Ashley flew with over Puget Sound: ocean sensorChristopher Krembs
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Ashley’s coverage on algae and ocean acidification:
Ending Puget Sound’s Bad Acid Trip
Algae And Acidification: Connecting The Dots, From The Air
Cruising Puget Sound For Toxic Algae Hot Spots


Your Weekly EarthFix Podcast

Each week, podcast host Ashley Ahearn will take you “behind-the-news.” You’ll hear conversations with fellow EarthFix journalists and interviews with experts talking about the latest environmental news. The podcast will also feature audio stories from the EarthFix team.

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