The Seattle Times

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TOM REESE / SPECIAL TO THE SEATTLE TIMES
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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

On Dabob Bay, man and nature nurture preservation

Subtle tidal patterns, which deposit driftwood and some evidence of human activity, operate within the bay as they have for millennia, largely because the contiguous shorelines have not been interrupted by bulkheads or other man-made obstacles, biologists say.