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  • Jim Brennan, Washington Sea Grant, Hilary Culverwell, Starrfish Consulting, Rachel Gregg, Washington Sea +2 others
  • 2010
This document was developed to provide shoreline planners and managers with a summary of current science and management recommendations to inform protection of ecological functions of marine riparian areas (defined in Section III). Washington Administrative Code (WAC 173-26-186(8)) directs that Shoreline Master Programs (SMPs) " include policies and(More)
Acknowledgements We thank members of the Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership Steering Committee who reviewed and commented on earlier drafts of the document. We appreciate the support of Project Managers Bernie Hargrave and Tim Smith. We thank Washington Sea Grant Program staff and Marcus Duke of the University of Wash-ington for their editing, design, and(More)
Acknowledgments We thank members of the Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership Steering Committee, especially Bernie Hargrave and Tim Smith for their support of this effort. We thank Rob Koeppen for coordinating the external review process, the four reviewers, for their thorough reviews, and Anne Kinsinger for her constructive comments on any earlier draft. We(More)
We demonstrate use of restricted access media with reversed phase functionality (RAM-RP) for analysis of low molecular weight proteins and peptides in mouse serum (75 μl) using a custom designed modular automated processing system (MAPS). RAM-RP fractionation with simultaneous removal of high molecular weight and high abundance proteins is integrated with a(More)
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