Environmental indicators are simple measures that tell us what is happening in the environment. Since the environment is complex, indicators show a shorthand representation of key environmental statuses and trends. Indicators below are added and updated when new data become available.
Low Stream Flow - Low water flows from rivers and streams around the Sound affect salmon runs, wildlife, and our water supply.
Freshwater Quality - 36 percent of the major rivers in Puget Sound are failing to meet water quality goals.
Marine Water Quality
Marine Swimming Beaches
Toxics in Sediment
Indicating Puget Sound's health and vitality
Track salmon recovery progress as Washingtonians respond to the challenges of restoring healthy runs.
Protecting, preserving, and restoring Washington State's natural resources is vital to our economic vitality, health, and quality of life.
Region 10 includes Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska
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