Timothy Melbourne received $97,194 from NASA for Year 3 of his "Hazards Mitigation Through Real-Time Positioning of the Pacific Northwest Geodetic Array" project.
Susan Kaspari received an additional $8,951 from the Washington State Department of Ecology for her project, "Yakima Wintertime Nitrate Study (YAWNS)."
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John Stimberis’ office looks nothing like that of a typical state employee. Sure, there’s an anc