Cathy Britt works in marketing and communications for KCTS 9 Television in Seattle, WA. Before joining KCTS 9, she started a communications program for Stanwood-Camano School District as their Public Information Coordinator. Cathy attends graduate school at the University of Washington as part of the Master in Communication in Digital Media (MCDM) program and enjoys learning about photography, re-discovering drawing and traveling.
All Contributions by Cathy:
Northwest disaster officials and communities propose new structures for people to get to safety when a killer tsunami wave is on the way, not by trying to outrun the wave, but by trying to out-climb it.Post on Sep 21, 2011
Orcas use sound to navigate, find food and communicate. But underwater noise is making it more difficult. We explore how scientists use hydrophones to track noise from ships and boats to discover what affect noise pollution really has on orcas.Slideshow on Jul 20, 2011
Nothing excites whale researchers and whale fanatics more than seeing a new calf born into the pod. However, researchers have learned that calf survival rates are incredibly low, especially for the orca’s first born. The mother’s young calf often dies because of something the mother passes on to her offspring—PCBs.Post on Jul 19, 2011