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Lecture Series


Post event

TVW VideoStream of Innovators event
Seattle Times OpinionStormwater detox: Pollution solutions are within reach

Media contact

Ann Goos, WSU Strategic Communications Specialist

Stormwater news clips featuring Jenifer McIntyre

Available for interviews following the lecture

Jenifer McIntyre, postdoctoral research associate, WSU Puyallup Research & Extension Center, LID Stormwater Program
206-369-1832 |

John Stark, director, Washington Stormwater Center and WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center
253-445-4568 |

Kim Kidwell, Acting Dean, College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences
509-335-4562 |


Our cities: Solving stormwater
A film by The Nature Conservancy and Washington State University

Jenifer McIntyre Bio

Jenifer McIntyre, Aquatic Ecotoxicologist

Dr. McIntyre became a researcher at the WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center in 2011. Her work focuses on the ecotoxicology of stormwater runoff and the biological effectiveness of green stormwater infrastructure. Her doctoral research focused on olfactory neurotoxicity of copper in coho salmon. She received her Ph.D. in 2010 and a Masters in 2004 in aquatic and fishery science from the University of Washington, and has a BS in environmental biology from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.

Press release

Hope for saving salmon lies in reducing stormwater pollution, April 12, 2016