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Research conducted by oceanographer Jill Brandenberger of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Marine Sciences Laboratory near Sequim, Wash., is helping to identify sources of toxic materials and impacts on biological life in the nearshore habitat of the Puget Sound. Using atmospheric deposition samplers, the researchers collect wet and dry samples, which can help determine the amount of toxic materials entering the Sound through the atmosphere.

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Document Title: Toxic mateials in nearshore
Category: Marine Science
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: May 2009
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