WWU Assistant Professor of Geology Brady Foreman has published "Autogenic geomorphic processes determine the resolution and fidelity of terrestrial paleoclimate records" in Science Advances magazine, along with Kyle Straub of Tulane University.
The full article can be viewed here: http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/3/9/e1700683.full
Climate Change, Snowmelt, and Salmon: WWU Faculty Probe for Answers on How to Save a Pacific Northwest Icon
Jim Helfield is in a race against time, and he knows it.
Helfield, an associate professor of Environmental Science at Western Washington University, is researching ways improve the habitat for spring- and summer-run Chinook salmon on the South Fork of Whatcom County’s Nooksack River. Also known as king salmon, Chinook are the largest Pacific salmon species, growing to sizes upwards of 100 pounds in some rivers.