The Cook Inlet watershed is a spectacular ecosystem covering 47,000 square miles of Southcentral Alaska. Melting snow and ice from Mount McKinley, the Chugach Mountains and the Aleutian Range drain into rivers such as the mighty Susitna, the Matanuska and the Kenai, which feed the productive waters of Cook Inlet.
Bob Shavelson is a reformed attorney with backgrounds in biology, chemistry, and environmental sampling and compliance. He was Editor-in-Chief of the University of Oregon’s Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation, and has considerable experience in toxics, the Clean Water Act, and Right-to-Know issues.
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